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AfterBangGuyOk so right to the point, is it worth it to practice tricks on trampolines? In my opinion it is, however a lit of people have been saying no its not the same and it practices bad habits. I do know that many tricks are different on a trampoline as you don't have skis. Also what are your thoughts on tramp parks? What similarities are there between trampolines and snow? Differences?
*sorry if it's a repost nothing I have seen helped! :D
perryhunterMaybe it might help or maybe it's not. For an air flipping thing, it might be helpful, but I don't think it's really necessary. I also think that doing it in a trampoline with skis on is dangerous. I have a friend who accidentally broke his nose while doing some back flips in a trampoline
joopsegaltramps are awesome for bringing stuff to snow. They're also wicked fun. Definitely a good investment
shreddinthegnarrthe only place I know of is skyzone and those tramps aren't bouncy enough and you'll get bitched at for doing doubles so it's not really a training place.
john18061806I've been to a gym once and I didn't really like it because the tramps were high off a concrete floor so you will essentially die if you fall off, I'll be heading to a better one this Saturday I think, hopefully get some doubles.
shreddinthegnarryou just need more height and you just need to stay tucked. If they have a tramp to pit, definitely do it there before just a regular tramp.