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Hentz

Good Trampoline Board Ideas?

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Hentz

We were able to procure a trampoline this winter and I was wondering if people use anything special for a board while training and practicing on the tramp.

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windy1

we have tried several different boards from skateboards to home made. after 2 + years we find that the tramp is an exellant tool for inverts and handle placement for spins but havent found any board worthwile. we do use a 30' rope tied to a tree at tower level and bare feet. My son works out on the tramp at least 20 minutes most days and the results have been amaizing.

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jaciche

I made one by gorilla glueing a pair of my old shoes to a skate deck. One of the shoes came off 3 days later. It was very helpful and doing flips with a handle and was great practice. I just did flips after the shoe came off without anything on and the feeling was very similar. I just try to keep my feet the same distance apart from each other on every trick i do on a trampoline. The only difference from that and a wakeboard is that the flips and spins take a little longer to rotate on a wakeboard due to the weight.

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Hammertime

$215.00, I want one

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smooth as glass

20 years ago set my son up with a 3 ft piece of stiff foam, carved out space for his feet and turned him loose on the tramp, with a rope to a tree. I think it worked out pretty good>>>

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wakeboarder3780

Old pair of shoes + skateboard deck (cheap) + duct tape. Take the duct tape and wrap all the way around the shoes and the skate deck in an X shape. Not the classiest looking board but I'm not drilling on a tramp for the looks. I've considered adding weights to the nose and tail to make the spins more difficult. That would be as simple as screwing some metal to the ends or even duct taping a ziplock bag full of sand to the nose and tail.

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Stevo

Old pair of shoes + skateboard deck (cheap) + duct tape. Take the duct tape and wrap all the way around the shoes and the skate deck in an X shape. Not the classiest looking board but I'm not drilling on a tramp for the looks. I've considered adding weights to the nose and tail to make the spins more difficult. That would be as simple as screwing some metal to the ends or even duct taping a ziplock bag full of sand to the nose and tail.

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