Looking for a fun way to exercise and stay healthy? Doctors say that rebound exercising is one of healthiest, safest kinds of exercise for your joints and heart. It's aerobic, it's fun, and it doesn't put same stress on your joints and tendons that impact exercise like jogging does. What's rebounding? You probably know it better as 'jumping on a trampoline'.
Trampolines for garden or yard have become one of hottest sports in world. And why not? It's great for you. You can do it alone or with others. You can use a trampoline to help you brush up on other skills - snowboarding, anyone? A trampoline in your back yard or garden is like having a gym right outside your door.
Alone or with others? Trampolining is a recognized Olympic sport, and was one of official gymnastics events of 2000 Olympics. It has been an official competitive sport since 1947, though it wasn't recognized as one in United States until 1967. Among events that are held in official competitive trampolining and tumbling are Synchronized Trampoline in which two athletes perform identical routines on two trampolines, and double mini-trampoline, in which one athlete performs on two mini-trampolines set at two different levels. Just think - a trampoline for your yard or garden could start your family off on road to competitive success!
Even if you've got no ambitions to become a tumbling superstar, though, health and fun benefits of having a trampoline in your yard/garden are clear.
To set up a trampoline, all you need is a backyard that is clear of obstruction around width and height of trampoline and for about 15 feet beyond. Trampolines come in many different sizes and styles to fit your space and your needs. Round, square, rectangular or octagonal, in sizes from 6 feet across to 30 - there's a trampoline out there that's perfect for your yard or garden space.