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Trampolining Class Structure

Lessons incorporate the basic moves of trampolining through a variety of fun and games to increase flexibility, coordination and fitness eventually leading to learning basic routines.

Lessons incorporate the basic moves of trampolining through a variety of fun and games, to increase flexibility, co-ordination and fitness eventually leading to learning basic routines.

The nature of the sport of trampolining is that there is a 1:1 coaching ratio. This does mean that there can only be 1 participant on each trampoline at any one time, meaning the other participants will be waiting their turn.

For all trampoline classes, the structure of the lesson will include a floor based warm-up and stretch followed by a warm-up on the trampoline for each participant. Thereafter each turn on the trampoline will focus on learning and developing skills. 

General

The general level of trampolining is for children in primary 1 upwards. Lessons incorporate the basic moves of trampolining through a variety of fun and games to increase flexibility, coordination and fitness eventually leading to learning basic routines.

Intermediate

In the intermediate level of trampolining, gymnasts are required to be able to safely perform front somersaults without help and be working towards back somersaults. In this class gymnasts work towards more difficult skills and routines and also work towards British Gymnastics Trampoline Proficiency Awards.

Club Level

Following on from the recreational trampolining classes available, participants will be encouraged to continue with their talent joining one of the Trampoline Clubs.

City of Edinburgh Trampoline Club

Two Foot Higher Trampoline Club

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