Inground Trampolines

In-ground Trampoline Safety Tips

Both in-ground and above ground trampolines need to be used wtih safety in mind. Responsible in-ground trampoline ownership means that the adults in the household need ot set rules and that everyone needs to follow them to assure no one is injured on the in-ground trampoline.

When children, or adults for that matter, land incorrectly or improperly on the trampoline they can break a bone, or worse. Children must be aware that performing "stunts" is off limits for safety's sake.

In-ground Trampoline Safety Tips

Here are some in-ground trampoline safety tips to consider putting in place for your family:

  • Only one person on the trampoline at a time.
  • No somersaults or backflips
  • Don't jump on or use the in-ground trampoline without having knowledgeable supervision aka a "spotter"
  • Walk onto the trampoline -- don't bounce from next to it then into it. Injuries could result.
  • If you're under the influence of alcohol, don't use the in-ground trampoline as you may get careless and get injured.
  • Don't use the trampoline to jump from one surface to another.
  • Remove sharp objects when jumping. You may also want to remove your glasses.
  • If you have physical limitations or circulatory impairment, don't jump unless you have cleared it with your doctor.
  • Focus your gaze on the edge of the trampoline to help with balance issues.
  • Don't bounce too high. To stop a bounce, you will want to bend your knees as soon as your feet touch the trampoline.
  • Know the weight limit of the trampoline
Whether you have a swimming pool or a jungle gym for your children, there needs to be safety measures in place and everyone in the household and visitors understand what they are when they are using the in-ground trampoline. If you're curious about how to be as safe as you can be on your in-ground trampoline ask us, we have many tips and bits of advice we can offer.
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