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INFORJT{ATIONON USE OFTHE TRAMPOLINE

INTRODUCTION
Initially, get accustomedto the feel andbounceof the tampoline. The focus must be on
Before using this trampoline, please read all information the fundamentalsofyour body position and you should practice eachbounce (the basic bounces)
provided in thls manual carefully. To reducethe risk of injury, pleasefollow appropriatesal'cty until you can perform each with easeand contol.
rules and tips.
To brake a bounce,flex your kneessharply before your feet come in contact with the mat
X Misuse and abuseof this trampolineis dangerousand can result in seriousinjury! This techniqueshouldbe practicedasyou are learningeachofthe basicbounces.
X lnspect the trampoline before eachuse for wear and tear, loose or missing parts. The skill ofbraking shouldbe usedwheneveryou losebalanceor control ofyourjump'
X Assembly, care and maintenanceof product, safety tips, warnings, and proper techniquesin
jumping and bouncingareall includedin this manual. Always learn the simplest bounce fust and be consistentwith the control of your bounce before
X All usersand supervisorsmust readand familiarizethemselveswith theseinstructions. moving on to more difficult and advancedbounces.A controlled bounce is when your teke
X All usersmust be awareof their own limitations when performingjumps and bounceswith this offpoint and landing point is the samespot on the mat If you move up to the next bounce
trampoline. without first masteringthe previous, you increaseyour risk of injury.

Do not bounce on the trampoline for extendedperiods of time as fatigue can increaseyour
risk of injury. Bounce only for a brief period of time. Only one person should bounce on the trampoline
at a time.

Jumpersshould wear a t-shirt, shorts or sweats,and regulation gymnastics shoes,heavy socks, or be

o barefoot. If you arejust beginning, you may want to wear long sleeve shirts and pants to protect

warnrng againstscrapesand abrasionsuntil you mastercorrect landing positions and form. Do not wear hard
sole shoes,such as tennis shoes,on the tampoline as this will causeexcessivewear on the mat.

you should always mount and dismount properly in order to avoid injury. To mount properly, you should
place yogr hand on the frame and step or roll up onto the frame, over the springs, and onto the
NO MORE THAN ONE IX)NOTPERFORM
PERSONATATIMEON THE SOMERSAULTS (FLIPS)AS trampoline mat. Always rememberto place your handsonto the frame while mounting or
TRAMPOLINE! 1'IIISWILL INCREASERISK OF dismounting. Do not step directly onto the frame pad or grasp the frame pad. To dismourrt properly, move
MULNPLE JI.JMPERS LANDINGON HEAD ORNECK to the side of the trampoline and place your hand onto the frame as a support and step from the mat to
INCREASETHERISK OF RIJSULTINCIN INCREASED
INJURYSUCHASBROKEN RISKOF SERJOUS INJURYOR the ground. Smaller children should be assistedwhen mounting and dismounting.
NECK, LEq BACK OR DEATH
HEAD INJURY Do not bouncerecklesslyon the tampoline asthis will increaseyour risk of injury. The
key to safety and having fun on the trampoline is control and mastering the various bounces.Never try to
out-bounceanotherbouncer in terms of height! Never use the trampoline without supervision.

Alwaysconsulta physicianbeforeperformingany kind of physlcalactivity

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