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Most children use trampolines as toys, but there is no denying that trampolines are also a great sporting item. Compared to other sports, trampolining is easy and fun and has become a new favourite for many sports enthusiasts (including adults).
Different people have different needs and should choose different trampoline sizes. Generally speaking, trampolines for home use take up less space, generally between one and one and a half metres in diameter, and the jumping area may be even smaller. It is possible to choose the right size of trampoline according to the space available in the home. Generally speaking, if the trampoline is for children, it is recommended to buy a larger size for safety and fun. If the trampoline is for adult fitness, the size should be sufficient to meet the exercise needs.
Trampolines are simple in shape, mostly round or hexagonal in shape, with a diameter (or diagonal length) of 38-50 inches (96cm-127cm). The relationship between trampoline size and exercise effectiveness is mainly in terms of comfort and support. The larger the trampoline, the greater the span of the bed and the less support per unit there may be, but there will be more undulation up and down the bed, which will help to achieve better bouncing results. However, in the case of overweight people, a trampoline with a relatively small surface area is preferable.
When determining the size of the trampoline it is important to consider the space available in the room. If you have more space and are lighter, a larger trampoline will be more suitable. However, it is also important to "tailor" the trampoline to your needs. Most trampolines are foldable, so some people think: buy a trampoline that is big enough to unfold when you are using it and put it away when you are done, without having to worry about space. However, it is important to note that most trampolines are made of springs that pull the bed surface to form an effective support, which is tense and can make folding or re-installing them a bit of a chore, and you may get injured if you are not careful.
Trampolines are mainly used by children and come in a variety of shapes - round, polygonal and rectangular - and cover an area of between 1.2 and 2 metres square. Where space allows, the larger the trampoline, the better the size. However, for domestic use, a trampoline with a diameter of 1.5 metres is sufficient for two children to play on at the same time; if only one child usually plays, a trampoline with a diameter of 1.2 metres is also sufficient.
Outdoor trampolines are generally purchased in the USA to be installed in the back garden and the size depends on the size of the open space in your own garden, the larger the trampoline the more room for activity and the more fun it will be. Outdoor trampolines for children are generally available in sizes of 8FT, 10FT, 14FT and 15FT.