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Responsible Trampoline Ownership: An Overview of Benefits and Safety Concerns
by: James Druman




Who wouldn't want to own a trampoline? There are so many different benefits to take into consideration when you own one. For instance, did you know that ten minutes of jumping on the trampoline is the equivalent of thirty minutes of running? If you have children, you know how hard it can be to get them to exercise. The great thing about the trampoline is that it is a different type of exercise, and it is a more fun type of exercise.

For this reason, your children will be more than happy to take part in it without any cajoling from you.

There are the obvious health benefits to consider, and then there is the fact that it simply gives you something to do. Trust me when I say that there is nothing like jumping up and down defying gravity, if only for a short while. Then again if you are a parent, sometimes in out fast-paced society when we?ve got a thousand things to do, it's nice to just keep the kids busy for a little while with something positive while we get things done.

The trampoline additionally gives children a way to work on their motor skills, which for some children is a great advantage. Jumping up and down, learning how to land and keep their balance, and using all of their limbs is an activity that will help them to develop strong, supple limbs and core structure, helping their bodies to function and grow properly.

As you can imagine though, there are a few things that you will need to do to ensure child safety while using these contraptions. First of all, a net can do a lot for keeping the user from flying off and receiving injury in that way. These nets are an increasingly popular accessory that you might want to look into because when a child is on something so high off the ground that is build to propel them into the air, it's only obvious that they will sometimes be propelled in the wrong direction.

Something to keep in mind though is that they are supported by poles, and you should try to purchase poles which are flexible, because by doing so you ensure that children do not simply trade one injury for another. Poles made of metal simple present another obstacle to smack into, and even padding creates a hard, unforgiving surface that can tweak the neck upon impact of the heat. Rather, the poles would flex with the children's bodies and yet be supportive enough to keep them on the trampoline.

In addition to that, you need to follow the weight restrictions and ensure that you do not have more than one person on at the same time. So long as you keep to these rules and make sure everyone else does the same, you are most certain to have an enjoyable time without a lower chance of being injured.

Another thing that you could do is look into safer trampoline models, as there are some that take the emphasis away from the springs in construction. It may take you some time, but eventually you will find the perfect combination of safety and design. It's all a matter of perseverance.

Keep your children healthy, keep your children safe. The trampoline can do both of these things so long as you follow the guidelines and of course create your own set of rules centered around trampoline safety.

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