Jumping on a trampoline is not only fun, but it also exercises some muscles. While jumping, you or your child not only have fun but also engage in sports activities. That’s where a trampoline from Berg is ideal.
We have linked the best Berg trampolines in our product recommendations. In our checklist, you will find an overview of everything you need to know.
- Berg offers round, oval and rectangular trampolines. You can choose here between ground trampolines (InGround) and garden trampolines with frames.
- Rectangular trampolines provide excellent control over jumps and extra bounce.
- Oval trampolines also provide high bounce and good control over jumps. In addition, your child will automatically jump in the middle here.
- Round trampolines are very robust due to their shape. Here, too, your child will automatically jump in the middle of the jumping surface. At the edge, the bounce is significantly reduced here.
- Note: the larger the jumping surface, the greater the bounce. Rectangular trampolines allow higher jumps than round and oval ones.
- Preferably choose round trampolines for small and inexperienced children between 3 and 6 years old. Large rectangular models are suitable for more experienced children 6 years and older.
- Most round trampolines from Berg have a diameter between 200 and 330 cm.
- Oval models can be up to 430 cm long.
- The jumping surfaces of rectangular trampolines from Berg are usually 300 x 500 cm.
- The maximum user weight specified by Berg for your model must not be exceeded. For the common garden trampolines it is between 70 – 120 kg.
- Berg uses its specially designed Goldspring+ wheels. These can withstand any weather conditions and can individually withstand a weight of up to 50 kg.
- For safety reasons, only one child should jump on the trampoline at a time. However, if there are two children on it, make sure they are of similar weight.
- Berg trampolines are equipped with an approx. 38 cm wide protective rim, which is designed to cushion misjumps.
- Make sure your trampoline has a safety net. The XL safety nets from Berg are 220 cm high.
- Note that Berg jumping nets are more air-permeable due to their special Airflow technology, allowing for higher jumps than ordinary trampolines.
- For safety reasons, there should be no objects or people under garden trampolines with a frame
- Of course, you do not have to pay attention to this with ground trampolines. Ensure a distance of 2 m between your trampoline and surrounding objects and buildings.
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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Children can jump on a trampoline from the age of 6. It would be ideal if an adult supervises. If you let your child on a trampoline before the age of 6, there should always be an adult present and a safety net
For younger children, round to oval trampolines are recommended. For larger children, rectangular trampolines are well suited
Trampolining exercises not only the leg muscles, but also the back and spine.
For 2 children, the trampoline should have a diameter of at least 330 cm. Smaller diameter should not be, otherwise the two children can get in each other’s way.
A trampoline is a great way for your child to exercise while having fun. Many children don’t see trampoline jumping as a sport, but as fun.
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