Five Reasons You Should Invest in a Trampoline this Year

If there was ever a year to make the most of what you have at home, this is it! 2020 has seen trampoline sales go through the roof, and with no wonder – people are spending more time at home and parents are doing what they can to get their kids out of the house and away from screens.

  1. Family fun for years to come.

Trampolines are certainly an investment that will keep on giving. With so many choices available, it can be tempting to opt for the cheapest brand that you can find, but that could be a false investment. Supermarket or mass produced, cheaper products will mean a compromise on quality and you will probably find yourself having to buy another trampoline in a couple of years’ time. Buying from a specialist trampoline company will offer you complete peace of mind: quality, a good warranty and the ability to buy accessories and parts if you need them means that the investment will undoubtedly last longer.

  1. Hours of peace!

Parents rarely get a break – requests for food, drink, attention are enough to fill every second of a mum or dad’s day. Of course, we all love playing with our children, but equally we like five minutes’ peace to do stuff around the house or just have a cup of tea while it is still hot. Children will while away the time on a trampoline, freeing you up for some “me” time.

  1. Secret exercise

Trampolining is so much fun that it is easy to forget that it is such great fitness. If you’re worried that your kids aren’t getting enough fresh air, you definitely need a trampoline! You’ll go from trying to chuck them out to calling them to come in!

  1. Fun for everyone

Nobody is too young or too old for a bit of bouncy fun. From toddlers to grandparents, a trampoline can be as relaxing or as energetic as you like. And with an array of accessories from basketball hoops to tents and even interactive mats, trampolines offer hours of versatile fun.

  1. Banish the screens

The battle to limit screen time is familiar to most (honest) parents. The endorphins released when bouncing are compelling; once a kid starts to bounce, they won’t want to stop, leaving their mobile, tv or games console firmly switched off.

Buying a trampoline is a big decision, but with some thought and research, you will find one that will revolutionise your family’s fitness and quality of life.