When you buy a trampoline* or swing set in the next:
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Many people believe that all trampolines are generally all the same. They just bounce up and down, right?
Though they do look similar to the untrained eye, trampolines come in many different shapes and sizes, and are built for specific purposes.
Comparing a backyard trampoline with a trampoline at your local trampoline club will reveal great differences in both style and quality. Yes, their essential purpose is the same --- to provide a jumping surface --- but the difference in size, shape and amount of bounce is quite significant.
Some trampolines are designed specifically for recreation – fun, fitness, stress relief – while other trampolines are used for professional sporting purposes. New trampoline uses are constantly being invented and current uses continue to evolve to meet ever-changing needs. Trampolinists must keep their intended purpose in mind when buying a trampoline. Read on to learn more about the many trampoline options that are available!
One of the smallest trampolines around is the rebounder or mini-trampoline. These small, compact trampolines are designed to be used indoors by a single person and are intended to help elevate the heart-rate through vigorous movements, as often seen in exercise videos. They are small enough to be hidden-away in a closet or under a bed when not in use, making them a perfect choice for people living in a small home or apartment.
Rebounder exercise provides:
Olympic / Professional Trampolines
Olympic trampolines (or professional trampolines) are in a league of their own and can't be compared to any other trampoline model. These large trampolines are specifically designed to provide athletes with maximum performance with immense amounts of power and propulsion. Many professional trampolines are especially designed for the Olympic Games and gymnastics clubs, and are therefore the most expensive, costing over $10,000. Due to their increased power and performance, these devices are recommended for trained individuals only.
The differences between Olympic and recreational trampolines include:
Recreational Backyard Trampolines
Recreational backyard trampolines have been a classic in childhood memories since the day they were invented, but new technological advancements have made them safer, more enjoyable and more widely available than ever before. These trampolines are affordable and space-efficient, making them a perfect recreational tool for all families!
As a popular feature of many backyards, there is a huge range of trampoline models available. The quality of recreational backyard trampolines can differ greatly between manufacturers, so it's important to always investigate the general design and materials used in each product and brand. Trampolines are an investment that can be enjoyed for many years, so choose carefully!
Vuly leads the way in providing quality trampolines at competitive prices. We use the highest-quality materials to give your family the best and safest result. Our superior design is immediately apparent upon inspection and we pride ourselves on having the safest and most durable recreational trampoline models in the industry.
The question that most people ask is, “What's the difference between rectangular and circular trampolines?” So here are a few facts for consideration:
Rectangular Trampolines are:
Circular Trampolines are:
Vuly Classic Trampoline
Deciding on the right trampoline model takes considerable thought. When choosing a backyard trampoline for your family, it is important to consider what shape will best suit the user's needs, so don't forget to consider age, weight and skill level.
Please contact our friendly sales staff at Vuly if you have any further questions or more info on Vuly's innovative safety features, safety tips and expert advice!
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