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A recreational device consisting of a horizontally-placed heavy-duty cloth bound to a rigid frame by rubberised ‘shock’—bungee—cords
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Coventry served by Warwick Kangaroo Vernon West, At the time Jump In said it had hoped to have the new trampoline park up and running as early as this spring.
He said: "We're excited for work to get underway to create a trampoline park that will be the first for the area and offer a very different experience as it will be considerably bigger than other facilities of its kind.
Nowadays, there are trampoline parks organized in wide areas designed as adjacent and seperated with a septum composed of multiple jumping surfaces.
The planning application for the Aspley trampoline park show it will be in Unit 5-8 at the Shaw Park Office Centre, Silver Street.
Trampolining, like all sports, does have risks, although home trampolines are far more dangerous than well-run trampoline parks.
Leigh Pugh, from Limitless Trampoline Park, said: "Trampolining is perfect for people who want to keep fit but who have struggled with joint problems.
The first Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park opened in 2011 in Dublin, CA and the company has grown to 41 US parks with one in Thailand and one in China.
Dr Venkata Phaniraj, specialist orthopaedic surgeon at iCARE Multi-Speciality Clinics, told Gulf News that trampoline is a good and fun way of exercising particularly when you are young and fit.
Our trampoline park is one of the safest in the world.
North Wales is already home to an underground trampoline attraction - the first of this kind in the world - after Zip World opened Bounce Below in 2014 in giant caverns at Llechwedd slate quarry, Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Meanwhile, the second trampoline hall is to be constructed nearby, on part of the car park at the shopping centre, after the scheme was given the green light by North Tyneside Council's planning committee.
Between July 2009 and June 2014, there were more than 2200 hospital admissions for trampoline injuries in Victoria, with more than 1700 bone fractures and 280 head injuries, according to figures from the Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit at Monash University.