The Haymans Trimilin "Superswing" trampoline with soft, cloud-like springs
The trampoline bed in the Heymans Trimilin "Superswing" trampolines is particularly well crafted and maintains its excellent bounce characteristics even after years of use. The sprung bed is sewn with a special thread that ensures long-lasting durability. Specially coated rubber cord holds the bed in place and guarantees great stretch and elasticity. If you only intend to move your mini trampoline occasionally, we recommend a version with screw-on legs. If you need to put your rebounder away after each training session, then a version with folding legs is ideal: with little effort you can fold it up and simply store it out of the way, saving space.
- Total diameter: 120 cm
- Suitable for body weights from 10 to 80 kg
- Trampoline bed: black
- Edge cover: silver
- Incl. instructions
- Choice of screw-on or folding legs
- Height (to top edge of frame): 35 cm
- Weight: approx. 9 kg
The Heymans Trimilin "Superswing" trampoline for an optimal full-body workout
Very few pieces of training equipment are more versatile: with a rebounder you can get your whole body going. Thanks to the gentle up-and-down motion of the extremely softly sprung mini trampoline you can experience the effects of weightlessness and gravity, which helps train your circulation, lymphatic system, musculature and connective tissues. As a result bouncing is much more effective than, for example, just jogging. The exercise is very back- and joint-friendly. The result being that the extremely softly sprung trampolines are becoming increasingly popular in gyms and fitness groups. The trampolines are also used in rehabilitation and sports therapy due to their highly effective and gentle exercises. The Heymans Trimilin trampoline impresses with its exceptional quality and durability. If a part breaks after prolonged use it is easy to order a replacement.
Experience back and joint-friendly, full-body training with a great fun factor and lasting motivation. Get your hands on the Heymans Trimilin "Superswing" trampoline now.