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02-23-2014 02:14 PM
Kevin137 It all depends, we have a 12 foot round one here, but use a rectangle school type trampoline for training with the snowboard school...

We also use Bounce Boards for training at the snowboard school, but for weight and size, we have a board with pipe lagging around the edge which is tapped on, that helps with the weight etc and awareness of size....

Google is your friend in terms of asking questions, and seeing what is available...
02-23-2014 02:11 PM
Spence680
Trampoline training questions

I'm looking to buy a trampoline to practice on and work on my Ariel awareness and spotting landings. What size trampoline should I go with and would a rectangle or oval shape be better also is there anything special I should look for them to have such as stronger springs etc etc? I know ill need to tape up my board or get a tramp board but just wanted someone's info before I made a purchase.

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