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I would like to know, where do i go for trampoline training? i am not allowed to have my own trampoline (i am 15 and my parents don't want one) and every trampoline park i find are meant for birthday parties. i train alone, so i don't think that birthday trampoline parks are the way to go. please let me know what i should be searching for (or correct me if i am wrong about trampoline parks for parties) also, i live in fullerton, CA if that helps with getting a more specific answer.
 

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You can always hit a Sky High near you, those are all over the place in CA, pretty sure there are a couple near fullerton.
 

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I don't know what you actually want to do and I don't know about your area but in my area several YMCA's have trampolines and foam pits. They have public access like 2 nights a week and private lessons all the rest of the time.
 

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I don't know what you actually want to do
i want to practice flips, to put it simply. i want to be able to have your basic front flip, back flip, wildcat, and tamedog down on land before i get to failing attempts in the snow (i am trying to achieve aerial awareness)
 

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You should check to see if there's a Sky Zone near you, they have a few locations in cali but I'm not sure how far from you they are. There's one in my city, they have 2 tramps with a foam pit, a room that's about 100' x 30' with trampolines covering the floor and walls, and another smaller room setup the same way for trampoline dodgeball.
 
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