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- Starting out, I spent a lot of time on the trampoline getting comfortable landing on my back.
- The trampoline and safety nets were valued at more than £400 and would have taken thieves some time to dismantle.
- But the highlight for my children was probably the three trampolines, equipped with safety nets to stop them falling off.
- Gone will be the trampolines, table tennis tables and badminton nets that occupy the main auditorium on weekday nights when there is no concert.
- I felt like if he snapped his fingers, I would turn some wicked somersaults, spring off a trampoline, and dive into a routine directly from the page of a gymnastics handbook.
- And an award-winning troupe of 11 gymnasts perform simultaneously on trampolines.
- Surely he should have been safely caught in the trampoline like net and bounced to safety?
- Hazel, whose diary is fully booked, takes clients for walks and bike rides and takes trampolines and skipping ropes to their houses for toning exercises.
- The World Cup is not a mattress to lie back on, it is a trampoline from which to spring to a new era.
- Experience in gymnastics or on a trampoline helps a lot, as it teaches control and manipulation of one's body as it moves unpredictably through space.
- The trampoline area is also good with the bigger kids.
- And the community child federation has asked all parents to stop hogging up playtime on the various trampolines throughout the area.
- Both guys were jumping on the regular bed, which evidently belonged to Todd, because they had already put their sheets on the two bunks and their new trampoline had no sheets at all.
- She is hoping for a CD player and a trampoline because she attends gymnastics in Portlaoise.
- In their most relaxed mode, the performers bounce from trampolines to execute gymnasts' feats aloft, intermittently seizing monkey-bar poles overhead and holding hands in space.
- They headed down through his back yard, pausing momentarily for Matt to show off yet again, by doing a back flip off the trampoline.
- In previous incidents trampolines have been vandalised and on one occasion a knife was left in the playground.
- Basketball hoops were on either side of the rectangular room and a gymnastic trampoline stood in the far left corner of the room.
- At home he exercised on a trampoline and chinning bar and did roadwork like a prizefighter.
- The two plates in this system work like a trampoline, flexing on impact, then springing back.
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