Not just for kids’ birthday parties, high-flying trampoline skills are a serious sport at the Summer Olympics. If it’s been a while since you’ve done a bouncy backflip, sign up for a class at this large-scale indoor trampoline park in Richmond. Participants can expect to burn up to 1,000 calories in an hour-long, low-impact, high-energy workout that’ll have you bouncing across 42,000 square feet of wall-to-wall interlocking trampoline space. The signature AIRobics workout blends heart-racing cardio moves with calisthenics and other core-strengthening exercises. The flexible trampoline surface is especially forgiving for those who suffer from bad joints.
Some days it feels like the kids are bouncing off the walls. Well, they can do just that – literally – at Extreme Air Park in Richmond. Canada’s largest trampoline park has a whopping 42,000-square-feet of wall-to-wall interlocking trampolines. A great way to keep kids moving when it’s too wet and cold to go outside.
The word spreads far and wide when there’s a trampoline in a friend’s backyard. Now imagine 42,000 square feet of enclosed, interlocking trampolines and the fun really begins! Round up eight buddies to enjoy Extreme Air Park’s birthday package that includes jump time, jumping socks, a t-shirt for the guest of honour, a private party room, pizza, drinks and ice cream cake – it all adds up to a bouncing good time.