You have probably ever jumped happily on a trampoline at home or in the gym, and wondered what it was like to be able to do this repeatedly. People often believe that the trampoline mat's stretchy synthetic fabric gives them the feeling of elasticity under their feet. Understanding the workings of trampoline parts is important so you can maintain it for many years.
A little bit of physics is used to create the trampoline's jumping action. If you have never seen a trampoline in person, it is still manufactured according to their original design. The more force you exert on the Berg in ground bounce mat, the higher you will fly.
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The spring coils present in Berg trampolines represent potential energy. When a person's weight causes them to stretch, the energy is released and they return to their original shape. The trampoline mat becomes depressed and the energy is released quickly. This propels the jumper into the air.
The trampoline is a very simple machine with just a few parts. It's vital to ensure that these components are working properly. One spring can easily become bent, stretched or rusted and ruin the trampoline mat's elastic nature. The springs of trampolines stored outside are at risk of getting rusted. This reduces their ability to store energy and can cause them to snap rather than return to their original position.