Trampolines Williston ND

The trampoline isn't just reserved for athletes. Children, seniors and adults new to exercising can benefit from the lower leg blast that a trampoline delivers. The gentle activity of bouncing on a trampoline doesn't only strengthen the body's voluntary and involuntary muscles, it also helps bones to become stronger and stay denser.

Stringliner Company
(701) 774-2000
4401 16th Ave W
Williston, ND
 
Play It Again Sports
(701) 795-1424
1803 S Washington St
Grand Forks, ND
 
Dakota Curling Supply
(701) 256-3471
914 6th St
Langdon, ND
 
Mb Products Inc
(701) 748-5400
1000 Highway Dr
Hazen, ND
 
Scheels Corporate Marketing
(701) 364-5695
4550 15th Ave S
Fargo, ND
 
All Seasons Sport About
(701) 577-1837
209 1st Ave W
Williston, ND
 
Varsity Bags Inc
(701) 766-4777
Fort Totten, ND
 
Training Room Inc
(701) 235-2728
3401 University Dr S
Fargo, ND
 
Foot Locker
(701) 258-1060
Kirkwood Mall
Bismarck, ND
 
Hockey World
(701) 775-9752
1004 S Washington St
Grand Forks, ND
 

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Bounce your way to a firmer body and stronger bones on a trampoline.

Trampolines are a fun way to workout. They're commonly incorporated into the fitness regimes of professional and amateur skaters, dancers, divers, skiers or gymnasts. Gravity, or the G force, allows athletes to simulate their sport's complex maneuvers including techniques such as turns, flips, and splits, without injury.

The trampoline isn't just reserved for athletes. Children, seniors and adults new to exercising can benefit from the lower leg blast that a trampoline delivers. The gentle activity of bouncing on a trampoline doesn't only strengthen the body's voluntary and involuntary muscles, it also helps bones to become stronger and stay denser.

Achieving consistent height and balance on a trampoline takes coordination and lower leg strength. The aerobic activity involved in jumping strengthens the heart and provides the same benefits that jogging offers, however less stress is absorbed by the joints. In comparison to jogging or running on a treadmill, using a trampoline can reduce stress by 80%, providing a safe, effective way to exercise for older adults and those with physical limitations.

Mini trampolines, also called rebounders, are designed for exercising inside the home. Mini trampolines start at approximately 40-inches across in square, rectangle, circular and octagon styles. They are available in standard, super soft and therapeutic styles that include a safety hand rail that attaches to enclose three sides for safety. Rebounders are also available in folding styles with carrying cases for easy transport.

Mini trampolines start at approximately $100 online; where as full-sized trampolines start at approximately $1,500 online.

Trampoline-associated injuries and deaths have garnered quite a lot of news lately. In almost every case of trampoline injuries occurred on full sized trampolines used improperly in private backyards.

To protect from serious...

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