Did you know that stretching helps to stop injuries and allows you to be more flexible when jumping!
Stretching Helps Prevent Injuries
Stretching your muscles before engaging in any physical activity is important. Whether it’s dancing, playing soccer or swimming it is important to prepare your body to perform the best it can – so why should trampolining be any different? Do you love to perform for mum and dad in the backyard or are you seasoned pro at your local gymnasium? No matter what level you are you should always stretch your muscles in order increase your flexibility and then you will get even bigger jumps.
Check out the huge jumps these professional jumpers get in Central Park in America – I Bet they did some serious stretching to achieve the complexity and intricacy of the jumps.
Please note: This type of jumping with flips and somersaults should only be done in a controlled environment under the supervision of experts. Springfree™ Trampoline is the only safe way to jump in the Backyard!
A fantastic Jumping MOVE you can try at home is the…..
Take one of your heels up to your bottom, hold your balance for 1…2…3…4…5 seconds, try and keep your knees together. Now test your other leg. Take one of your hands to the opposite shoulder blade, take your other hand and place it on your elbow, push down on your elbow
Can you hold 1 leg at a time for 30 seconds without falling over? Ready, Set, GO! Now try your other led! Ready, Set, GO!
Keep popping in and we will provide you with heaps more jumps you can try at home! Do you know of any other awesome and SAFE moves you can do on the Springfree™ Trampoline? Let us know by leaving a comment or posting to our Facebook Fan Page wall.