Newest Review: ... any spare time I made the BIG decision of giving up gymnastics. All I was left with was football. I play football very ... more
Customer Trampolining/Rebounding Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/08/01, updated on 06/08/01 (Very useful, 86 readings)
When I was about 5, every Thursday I went Trampolining, I was quite a sporty ickle kid, as well as bouncing up and down every Thursday for fun, I also did gymnastics about 4 times a week and played a lot of football with my dad. Then came a problem, if I wanted to carry on training as a gymnast (Which I was pretty good at if I may say so myself!) then I needed to give up trampolining altogether so I could do extra gym training, so at around the age of 7 I gave up trampolining. I carried on with my gymnastics until I joined secondary school, with loads of homework and hardly any spare time I made the BIG decision of giving up gymnastics. All I was left with was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/01, updated on 15/05/01 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I used to be a serious trampolining fan, I used to go to lessons once a week - Id started competing locally aswell. However for some reason or other I stopped going, I assume I just got bored of it really. However dont let that put anyone off, its still a great sport to get into, great fun more than anything. Now I can understand from the point of view of someone who has never been trampolining, that simply jumping up and down looks pretty darn boring...believe me on this one! Id say, and I did notice this, that the most likely time for you to get bored is in the second or third lesson you go to. This is because, unlike many other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/00, updated on 29/06/00 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Easy exercise, for the entire body. Most people think of trampolining for kids or gymnasts. But using a mini trampoline is for us unfit grown ups too as it can really make a difference....and it`s easy. It is probably the best Aerobic & strengthening exercise you can do indoors. I had cancer a few years ago and all the treatment & the time it took left me tired, weak and unfit. With a mini trampoline, if you are too sick to do it or are bedridden all you have to do is sit & place your feet on it while someone else does the bouncing! My kids were great for that. It`s all to do with gravity & the forces of it. It ... Read the complete review
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