A Glimpse Inside
- Must wear trampoline socks and required wristband.
- Somersaults not recommended.
- Do not double bounce.
- Do not sit or lie on the court.
- Wear appropriate clothing.
- No diving or double flips into the foam pits or air bag.
- Be alert of jumpers around you.
- No climbing.
- No drugs.
- No drugs.
- No rough housing.
- No running.
- No chewing gum.
No Running or Racing
Do not run or race across the trampolines (therefore no playing games such as “Tag”).
Do Not Double Bounce
Double Bouncing is attempting to propel someone higher by timing a jump as they land on the trampoline. Avoid simultaneously jumping with others close by. It is especially dangerous for larger people to double bounce smaller people. Additionally, games such as “Crack the Egg” or “Popcorn” are not allowed due to their high probability of causing an injury.
Always Land on Both Feet
When jumping, be sure to land safely. Landing on one foot may cause serious injury.
No Double Flips
Do not attempt double flips of any kind.
No Aggressive Behavior
Do not push, tackle, wrestle, or engage in any other activity that may interfere with another jumper.
No Landing on Safety Pads
Always jump near the center of the trampoline. Do not jump directly onto the safety pads, as injury may result.
Do Not Sit or Lie Down
Never sit on top of the safety pads, trampoline mats or on the top ledge of the waterfall (ramp-like) trampolines. If you need to rest, please exit the court.
Attempting maneuvers beyond one's skill may cause serious injury.
Flips and other tricks are dangerous.
Perform at your own risk only if you have sufficient skill to avoid injury to yourself or others.