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What are the risks of trampoline? (The trampoline park tips)

Update:05 Aug 2019

The trampoline park is a toy/sport that many children a […]

The trampoline park is a toy/sport that many children and adults love. The feeling of free body emptiness is really irresistible. But the trampoline park is also a dangerous place. Whether it is an outdoor trampoline or a small trampoline bought at home for children, if you do not pay attention to safe use, it is likely to cause serious and even life-threatening injuries.
In recent years, trampoline parks have gradually become popular in domestic families. Recently, several parents have asked us about the problem of trampolines. But unlike people who are always worried about what causes exercise to cause bone development. These authorities of the American Academy of Pediatrics do not recommend the use of trampolines, but more because of the many accidental injuries associated with trampolines, rather than affecting development. (I’m always worried about some rumors of skeletal deformation caused by XX movements, but I’m not wearing a helmet and other protective gear to prevent accidental risks. This is a mistake many parents make.)
Where is the risk of the child playing the trampoline, how to avoid it? Last week, the American Academy of Pediatrics website HealthyChildren posted new safety recommendations for trampolines. We will translate the proposal to everyone. If you have a baby who likes a trampoline in your home, I hope parents can read it carefully to reduce the risk of accidental injury.
Trampoline parks are popular among children and teenagers and even some adults. Although jumping and tumbling on a trampoline can be fun, the wrong way to land can cause serious permanent damage. Even if the trampoline has mesh and padding for protection, parents are watching it, and injuries can happen.
Common injury
Thousands of people are injured in trampolines every year. Most of these injuries occur on the trampoline of the family. Children under the age of 6 are most likely to be injured.
Common injuries include:
Fracture (sometimes surgery required)
Concussion and other head injuries
Bruises, scratches and cuts
Head and neck injury (may cause permanent paralysis or death)
How does the damage occur:
Most trampoline injuries occur when more than one person uses the trampoline together.
Children will get hurt when they do this:
The error occurred when jumping.
False landing when flipping and tumbling (because the head and neck are at risk of injury, this is not allowed).
Try a difficult action.
I was touched or bumped by another person.
Drop or jump out of the trampoline.
The floor falls on the spring or frame.
Suggestions for Ruixue Trampoline Park
Don't put a trampoline at home! Trampolines may be popular, a fun way to exercise, but you can encourage your child to do physical activities in a safer way, such as taking the ball, riding a bicycle (don't forget to wear a bicycle helmet) or playing team sports project.
Ruixue Trampoline Park recommends that mini and full-size trampolines be not used in the home, daily fitness classes or on the playground. They can only be used in guided training courses in gymnastics, diving or other competitive sports. Only one person is allowed to be on a trampoline at any time.
If you choose to place a trampoline at home, AAP recommends the following safety precautions:
Need adult full care
Only one person can be on a trampoline at a time
Can't turn somersault
Properly placed a good protective pad on the trampoline
Check all equipment frequently
Repair or replacement of the protective mat, mesh cover and any other parts