Trampolines are widely used for fitness training and recreational purposes. Over the years, manufacturers have invented several types of this equipment to handle this application. When buying a trampoline, there are several things to consider for the purpose of the purchase; Budget constraints; space available for the device; size and shape.
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In general, a trampoline consists of four main parts: the frame, the base of the frame, the mat, and the spring. The frame acts as the body's skeletal system. It outlines the shape and provides support for the trampoline. Obviously, a rectangular trampoline is a rectangle. Frame pads provide protection for the frame and trampoline users.
The pads act as a protective layer on the frame as well as shock absorbers for the user if they accidentally collide with the frame. The pad provides a jumping area. The length and width of the pads vary, depending on the size of the rectangular trampoline.
The springs allow the user to bounce off the trampoline. When purchasing a rectangular trampoline or any type of trampoline, these parts should be carefully considered. The number of springs and the thickness of the spring coils all have to do with response.
In general, the jump height on rectangular trampolines is higher than on other types. Therefore, when buying a rectangular trampoline, consider the thickness of the coil and the number of springs. Keep in mind that the greater the thickness of the coil and the number of springs, the better the jump response.