Safety

 

Safety is a major priority at Go Jump Trampolines; please understand the risks and take extreme care by adhering to all safety rules. Like all sports, injuries can happen at Go Jump Trampolines and jumpers need to ensure the benefits of participation are worth the risk of injury. Even jumping and rebounding safely on trampolines still has potential risks for injury. The risk of injury is greatly minimised when you:

• Watch out for other Jumpers
• Jump only within your skill level
• Follow the rules

We want you to have as much fun as possible at Go Jump Trampolines and our safety rules are in place to keep everyone safe and reduce the possibility of injury. Rules for the Centre, Free Jump, Olympic Trampolines, The Wall, Slam Dunk and Big Bag can be seen around the centre. Please read all rules carefully and abide by them.

• Go Jump Trampoline socks must be worn at all times to ensure good grip.
• One person at a time on each trampoline.
• Look out for other jumpers and always give smaller jumpers right of way.
• Only attempt skills within your skill level and ability.
• Safely land on two feet or your bum when jumping.
• Do not jump or land on the padding.
• No double bouncing, running, pushing, wrestling or horseplay of any kind.
• Pockets should be completely empty and jumpers should remove large or loose jewellery, studded belts and, where possible, glasses and hearing aides.
• No Food or Drink near the trampolines.
• No jumping under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Follow each area’s specific rules.
• Obey all instructions given by Go Jump Trampoline Staff, and have fun!


Free Jump Safety Rules

With over 40 interconnected trampolines, the Free-Jump area is the ultimate area to jump from tramp to tramp and even bounce off the walls. Devise your own jumping combinations as you bounce along and the better you get, the more moves you can try! The Free-Jump area is the epitome of trampoline playgrounds for both big and little kids.

• One person at a time on each trampoline.
• Look out for other jumpers and always give smaller jumpers right of way.
• Only attempt skills within your skill level and ability.
• Safely land on two feet or your bum when jumping.
• Do not jump or land on the padding.
• No double bouncing, running, pushing, wrestling or horseplay of any kind.
• Obey all instructions given by Go Jump Trampoline Staff, and have fun!


Slam Dunk Safety Rules

Whether you’re a basketball superstar, fan or just willing to try something different, the Slam Dunk area has the right amount of bounce to brush up on your dunking and other basketball skillz. ?

• Don’t hang off the rim.
• Don’t jump across the padding.
• One person at a time on each trampoline.
• Only attempt Slam Dunks within your skill level and ability.
• Obey all instructions given by Go Jump Trampoline Staff, and have fun!


The Wall Safety Rules

• The Wall is for advanced jumpers only.
• Use The Wall within your skill level and ability.
• No climbing up The Wall; if you can’t run or jump up, develop your skills in other areas first.
• One person at a time on each Wall trampoline.
• Only stand on top of The Wall when you are actively using The Wall trampolines.
• Ensure there is no one else on the trampoline before jumping off The Wall.
• Obey all instructions given by Go Jump Trampoline Staff, and have fun!


Olympic Trampoline Safety Rules

• Take extra care on the Olympic Trampolines as they provide extreme height and increase the amount of difficulty and risk.
• Only attempt skills within your skill level and ability.
• One person at a time on each trampoline.
• Don’t jump or land on the padding.
• Only jump forward and land feet first on the Big Bag.
• Go Jump Trampoline staff enforce strict safety measures and their direction must be followed at all times.

Big Bag Safety Rules

Go Jump Trampolines have two huge soft air bags acting as the optimal landing space after getting some serious airtime off our Olympic trampolines. The simple feeling of flying through the air as you rebound off the tramp provides an unrivaled adrenaline rush. This area is a favourite of athletes in pursuit of high-level performance in sports like skate boarding, skiing, snowboarding and wake-boarding as well as a trampolinists and gymnasts. It is also an essential space for utilizing that ‘air time’ to develop skills that can be used in free jumping and other sports that incorporate airborne skills.

Please ensure you carefully read and follow the safety rules before use.
 
• Only jump forward onto the Big Bag.
• Jumpers must land feet first.
• NO landing head first or diving onto the Big Bag.
• One person at a time on each trampoline.
• Wait until the previous jumper has returned to the platform.
• Exit the Big Bag as quickly as you can.
• Only attempt skills within your skill level and ability.
• Obey all instructions given by Go Jump Trampoline Staff, and have fun! 

Dodgeball Rules

• Start the game with an even amount of players and balls per team.
• There is a maximum of 6 or 8 players per team.
• A team wins a game when they get all of the opposing players out.
• The referee’s call is final.

You’re Out if:

• You are hit by a ‘live’ ball.
• You throw a ‘live’ ball and a member of the opposite team catches it.
o A ‘live ball’ is a ball that hasn’t touched the ground, wall or another person.
• You throw a ball and it hits someone in the head.
• You cross, enter or reach for a ball in the other teams zone.
• You hold a ball for longer than 10 seconds.
• You argue with the referee.

Other Rules:
• You can only throw the ball.
• You may catch a ball with any part of your body.
• You can deflect a ‘live’ ball thrown at you by using a ball in your hands.
• No head shots.
• No unsportsman like conduct.
• When you are out, walk across the centre pads with your hands wrapped around your head.
• Once you are out, exit until the next game begins

 

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