Trampoline Park!9:56:00 PM
If you have been following this blog, you would know that I love trying out new things, especially things that will force me to sweat. So when Trampoline Park opened last February, I invited Wella and Beloi to try it out! The park, located at The Portal, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City, has 70 trampolines. They also offer training methods like high-intensity interval training (HIIT), circuits, and Zumba. And there are areas for dodgeball, volleyball, and basketball. It can be the ultimate stress relief!
Here are some reminders:
1. Grip socks are required for jumping at PhP 80 a pair.
2. You can also choose to put your stuff in a secure locker for PhP20. There are also lockers outside if you didn't carry valuables with you.
3. Bring lots of water, extra set of clothes and a towel.
4. Remove all accessories. You don't want some poor kid stepping on your earring, am I right?
5. Go there 15 mins of your schedule. One is required to watch a safety orientation video.
6. Always be careful when you jump because there are little kids jumping--you don't want them to get hurt.
We felt like kids again! We opted for the Friday night, where DJ Beats was playing, which got me more pumped. It was exhausting and I can really feel my lack of core training. 10 mins of jumping made me feel like I jogged for 2 km already. It was one of the most enjoyable things I have done, even if I didn't try any of the tricks and stunts. I just wish there are more assistants to teach you how to do them, that could have made me more confident.
|Saya ni Wella!|
|These babies were dead tired after!|