When I was asked if I wanted to go trampolining on Thursday evening, I was hyped if not quite baffled.
I remember spending my last day before A Level study leave began, bouncing around my mate’s trampoline dressed like a St Trinians’ extra, shortly before getting rat faced in a crappy pub round the corner.
Trampolining can be tiring work and it can be pretty precarious. We’ve all accidentally fallen through the gaps at the sides, impaling ourselves on the springs – and half of the time we’ve been sober when we’ve done it.Good times.
The concept of trampoline fitness then seems both dangerous and random.
Except it’s not random – it’s a growing fitness phenomenon.
Bounce is a company which is spreading its tentacles across the UK’s fitness scene, with more than 100 studios in the UK and over 20,000 class attendees every month.Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/07/12/forget-the-treadmill-the-best-workout-this-summer-is-bouncing-on-a-trampolene-6768621/#ixzz4mcX4O4Xo