Design Safety at Rebounderz Rohnert 2/2

In our last blog, we covered some of the innovative features that Rebounderz Indoor Trampoline Area incorporates into the design of out jump features to keep all of our jumpers safe. If you have not yet read the first blog in this series, you can do so here. To learn more about the safety features used at Rebounderz, keep reading.

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One great feature in our indoor trampoline area is the wall trampolines. The walls of the trampoline area are specifically designed for maximum safety. The trampoline beds, too, have safety in mind. Every bed is a double layered, so if one fails, there is a second layer to support the jumper. If a layer ever fails, it is replaced immediately.

Trampoline Corners

Older trampoline designs had corners where two trampolines overlapped, creating the potential for someone, or part of someone, to slip between the two membranes and  become injured. This is no longer a possibility. The new, safer, design uses a specially designed and engineered corner that keeps jumpers safe!

Clear Jump Area

If you’ve ever jumped on a trampoline, you know that there is a sweet spot that gives you the best jump. The edge of the trampoline has more tension and a less predictable jump. To solve the problem created by people jumping too near the edge, we’ve created “Joshua Lines”. These red lines remind jumpers where to jump, and the reasons are explained to jumpers in a video they have to watch before getting on the trampolines.

Safety Gear

All jumpers under the age of 18 are required to wear headgear to protect their heads and special socks that offer ankle support and gripping power on the trampolines.

Rebounderz Rohnert Park Indoor Trampoline Arena adheres to a “safety first” philosophy. We want you to come back time and again,enjoy yourself, and stay fit with trampoline and Ninja Warrior Course fun!