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06-28-2014 01:37 AM
timmytard
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Originally Posted by slyder View Post
man since you live there I'd just go for the experience of going !!! Then draw a conclusion whether it is worth continuing or just being something you tried during your snowboarding career.
If I lived within 6 hours of a facility like this any facility like this I'd at least try it, but that's me
I do & I've never been.

It can't be that much, I'm gonna have to go check it out


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06-27-2014 01:25 PM
slyder
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Originally Posted by Someoldguy View Post
Thanks for all the advice. The multi tramp thing looks like exponential injury risk. Last thing I want is to ruin my upcoming season busting my ass in a trampoline.

Might just pay up and try this indoor training place in Denver called "Progresh" which has an airbag. I don't want to sound like a douche, but I'm pretty comfortable in the air, just feel like it takes so much effort to grab anything other than melon and I am boot grabbing indys way too much. Suspect it's related to my beer gut and not being very limber anymore. Hoped the trampoline would help, but might skip it. Breaking down a used one and reassembling it sounds like a pain in the ass.
man since you live there I'd just go for the experience of going !!! Then draw a conclusion whether it is worth continuing or just being something you tried during your snowboarding career.
If I lived within 6 hours of a facility like this any facility like this I'd at least try it, but that's me
06-27-2014 01:22 PM
timmytard
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Originally Posted by Someoldguy View Post
Thanks for all the advice. The multi tramp thing looks like exponential injury risk. Last thing I want is to ruin my upcoming season busting my ass in a trampoline.

Might just pay up and try this indoor training place in Denver called "Progresh" which has an airbag. I don't want to sound like a douche, but I'm pretty comfortable in the air, just feel like it takes so much effort to grab anything other than melon and I am boot grabbing indys way too much. Suspect it's related to my beer gut and not being very limber anymore. Hoped the trampoline would help, but might skip it. Breaking down a used one and reassembling it sounds like a pain in the ass.
It's a bit of a bitch, or @ least the one I got was.

The one I grabbed, is an old fold up one that used to belong to a school.
It's way way overbuilt.

Mine doesn't come apart, it only folds into one extremely fuckin' heavy unit.
2 of the wheels didn't spin.

It took 3 of us to lift one end.




Every one of those 4 I found for you, is light as fuck & comes apart super easy.

Sorry dude, I found em.

You are now obligated to get @ least one.
Guess you didn't read the fine print?


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06-27-2014 12:55 PM
larrytbull if you are in Colorado, have you thought about going to Woodward. they train adults as well as the kids

not sure where you are in relation to copper mountain but Woodward at Copper - Intro/Drop-in Sessions
06-27-2014 12:48 PM
Someoldguy Thanks for all the advice. The multi tramp thing looks like exponential injury risk. Last thing I want is to ruin my upcoming season busting my ass in a trampoline.

Might just pay up and try this indoor training place in Denver called "Progresh" which has an airbag. I don't want to sound like a douche, but I'm pretty comfortable in the air, just feel like it takes so much effort to grab anything other than melon and I am boot grabbing indys way too much. Suspect it's related to my beer gut and not being very limber anymore. Hoped the trampoline would help, but might skip it. Breaking down a used one and reassembling it sounds like a pain in the ass.
06-25-2014 11:32 PM
tonicusa ^
Agreed. +1
06-25-2014 08:22 PM
timmytard
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Originally Posted by larrytbull View Post
you mean like this


Kinda

Just a lot less gay sounding


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06-25-2014 04:36 PM
larrytbull you mean like this


06-25-2014 04:33 PM
timmytard
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Originally Posted by larrytbull View Post
no worries,
So back to original thread

while you're at it looking a freebies on craigslist..... find me a free tramp phila pa area ...I know that is your specialty..... my kids would love it
K, well....

Get all 4 & make Trampoline town in your backyard

Start chargin' money, franchise out & hit me with some royalties
Walmart 16' Trampoline with fence
free 12' trampoline
Free Trampoline
Trampoline


TT
06-25-2014 04:09 PM
timmytard Shitty, that one was a pretty old one.

I have a brand new Sunset, 1 year newer that yours.


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