An Olympic trampoline is a specialist piece of equipment and should only be used by experienced trampolinists or gymnasts. If you’re trampolining at this level, you’ll know the importance of purchasing a quality trampoline that not only meets all the required safety regulations but can keep up with you without the need for replacements on a regular basis. Read More
Where to Buy Olympic Trampolines in Melbourne
If you want to buy an Olympic trampoline in Melbourne, Web and Warehouse is the retailer for you. Just as only an expert should use an Olympic trampoline, only a specialist retailer should be selling them. At Web and Warehouse, we have over 40 years of experience in trampolining and ten years of operation in trampoline retail. We are more than adequately equipped with the specialist knowledge required to help you select and purchase a trampoline that is suitable for your needs.
Who Is an Olympic Trampoline Suitable For?
Trampolines aren’t just for trampolining, although that’s what we like best. You might also be interested in an Olympic trampoline if you’re involved in competitive gymnastics. Did you know that Olympic sized trampolines were also used by NASA to help their astronauts get used to the feeling of zero-gravity? Trampolining has been used in a wide variety of different disciplines to help improve athletic performance and, quite literally, reach for the stars.
The increased bounce you can achieve on an Olympic sized trampoline exceeds the bounce on a regular trampoline enabling the user to perform more advanced gymnastic moves than they would be able to without it, pushing the limits of the sport. An increased bounce also means increased air time which means new movements are easier to learn safely with a reduced risk of landing on the neck. Aside from the athletic improvements, you can achieve on an Olympic trampoline, using it provides an excellent form of exercise for any professional athlete increasing endurance and fitness levels.
Olympic trampolines have very specific size requirements, crucial if you’re a competitive trampolinist, however, the safety requirements are the most important thing about them. An Olympic trampoline does not have a safety net as standard, but it does have thick padding around the perimeter of the entire piece of equipment in a contrasting colour to the mat. This makes it easier for the jumper to see where the edge of the equipment is, lessening the risk of extending the jump beyond the reach of the equipment.
Visit Our Olympic Trampoline Display in Melbourne!
We encourage every one of our customers to visit our warehouse in person to take our trampolines for a test bounce before they make any purchases. This ensures that you’re happy with the feel of the trampoline before you buy it and allows you to try out other trampolines in our range in case you find one you unexpectedly prefer. If you’re not able to visit though, we’re very happy to assist your over the phone on 03 5292 1100 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, if you are near to one of our depots in Geelong, Sydney, Adelaide or Brisbane, you are more than welcome to come and collect your order yourself or instruct a courier to do so on your behalf. We’re certain you’ll go home with a spring in your step and a bounce in your back yard.