trampolining


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trampolining

[ˈtræmpəliːnɪŋ] Nsalto m sobre cama elástica
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Are you aware that trampolining has been considered a sport in the US since 1967?
ur BBC young reporters elective class went trampolining at Skyline in Inverurie for the afternoon.
A TEAM of trampolinists is set to represent the East Midlands Region at the National Trampolining Final and Tumbling Team Finals in Birmingham.
All three boys have only recently started trampolining at Hillside's free after-school club, which is led by nursery class teacher and Kirklees Rebound Trampoline Coach, Rebekah Taylor.
Men and women qualification competitions will be held on the first day in the individual and synchronous trampolining programs along with the men's qualification competitions in tumbling.
Services offered include trampolining, trampoline dodgeball, trampoline basketball, wall climbing, and foam pit race among others.
"RedKangaroo have a great reputation of providing more than just trampolining and this park in Coventry will be their best ever yet providing far more fun activities then even their other two parks."
The history of trampolining. Available at: http://www.jumpsport.com.
"Trampolining, like all sports, does have risks, although home trampolines are far more dangerous than well-run trampoline parks.
TRAMPOLINING has huge fitness benefits, so it's no wonder so many of us are bouncing back to health and getting fit at the same time!
Summary: An hour of trampolining can burn up to 700 calories but not all shall attempt it
After all, he is an elite level competitor in the unforgiving sport of trampolining - and in 2009 suffered an horrific leg break after which he was warned he may lose his leg.