Visiting a trampoline park has a lot of benefits for both physical and mental health. Believe it or not, trampolining actually improves posture. Also, besides the exercise in disguise, the increased oxygen circulation stimulates the release of endorphins that are mood-enhancing. So are you ready to soar through the air, do some gravity-defying flips, and be filled with endless joy? If you are, prepare to leave bouncing with excitement yet sweaty and exhausted. At least you’ll enjoy a good night’s sleep afterwards. With that said, let’s have a look at some of the best trampoline parks in East London.
You’re probably thinking that trampoline parks are for children. Well, it has actually become a popular wellness activity for adults too. In fact, The Trampoline and Play Park is equipped with cool obstacle courses for adults to complete. Whether you want to turn it into a competition and crush your boyfriend (no judgement), or merely challenge yourself, it’s a great place to do so. Additionally, the park caters to younger children as well with a soft play park that prevents most injuries.
2. Flip Out
If you’re looking for the biggest trampoline park in London, you found it! Flip Out prides itself on being the largest adventure park in London, equipped with everything fun you can think of. Not only are there about 100 trampolines but also indoor caves for the little ones to climb through. Following the caving activity, visit the stunt zone area which is designed to optimise every level of your enjoyment. Next, for the adults, why not dabble in a friendly slam ball match on the trampolines? It’s hard not to get your fun on at Flip Out.
3. Rebounding at Frame
This one is mainly for adults and is solely based on getting some cardio exercise. However, at Rebounding, having fun is still part of the experience. Enjoy a workout that’s good for your heart, lungs, and muscles with no strain on your joints. Essentially, the class is filled with mini trampolines, one for each participant. This fun workout gives you a natural high because it releases endorphins (the happy hormone) and reduces stress. Also, it’s a full-body workout that mixes cardio and muscle endurance. Maybe it’s time to change up your workout routine.
At Oxygen, you experience something that’s more than just jumping on trampolines. This is because they offer trampoline sports like dodgeball, dunk basketball and diving into giant airbags (I have no short word for that yet). Best of all, all those sports are included when you book a free jumping session. Similar to Trampoline and Play Park, Oxygen also provides a soft play area for children under the age of 5. In addition to soft play equipment, there are ball pits, slides, and countless mini trampolines.
5. Jump Giants
Head to Jump Giants for the world’s first 8-lane entry foam zone. You might be asking “What is an 8-lane entry foam zone?” Well, it’s basically a super large foam pit to fall into without the probability of getting hurt. The lanes are dedicated to age groups so it’s safe for all ages. Of course, there are hundreds of interconnected trampolines for you to jump on too. Plus, Jump Giants boasts a Ninja Court and an action-packed Wipe Out area. This is certainly the perfect location to burn calories and have a blast in East London.
One, Two, Three…Jump!
It’s clear that trampoline parks are super popular in East London. Best of all, these parks offer a unique and exhilarating workout for all ages. So, get your exercise done in a fun way with some friends. Can it get any better? I highly doubt it! For another fun activity in the British capital, check out the grooviest silent discos in London. As always, thank you so much for being here!