it depends... if you go on it like everyday all summer it helps aerial awareness- you learn not to flail as much and you get tricks down comfortably before you take it to snow. But there are tricks I can do on skis that I can't do on tramp and the other way around
definitly worth it, tramps help a lot with inverts as others have said. They also help a lot with balance and what not, plus they are fun as hell. You can learn new tricks on them without worrying about killing yourself.
it helped me A LOT. all last summer my friends and i would jump eveyday. we eventually made a trampoline movie. i watched my self jump and realized i wasnt using my hips/head to spin. once i got that i was throwin down on the hill. it was totally worth it. atleast for me
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The real tricky trick is to bring your skis on the tramp. NOW WAIt! Dont go to any hasty conclusions. If you have a good tramp, ductape your edges and have some fun on a tramp. Better it is with bigger tramps.
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not at all. it's a completely different motion. i guess it can give you the feeling of what it's like to be inverted.. but i mean, taking of with a JUMP, where your skis just flow, its so natural, or bouncing off a tramp.. no comparison.