That’s the claim by Rebound. I’d have to agree. The quality of materials is much better than anything else I’ve seen. Lifespan should be longer than any other brand. It’s much heavier than anything else, however.
With the new Mini-Tramp, Dave Ross set out to create a powerhouse: engineer a low flex frame that can safely handle our legendary Bed and Springs. That meant re-designing the frame to be saddle shaped and allow for optimal transfer of athlete speed into height. …
The Dave Ross 2 String Bed is the longest lasting trampoline bed in the world. They are hand crafted and have no stitching in the bed. …
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Dave Ross was inspired by the mini-tramp acrobatics of TeamGym. He engineered a mini-tramp that could handle that kind of power yet still be used by regular kids.
Manjak’s Gymnastics is successfully using one with all their Artistic kids. Manjak’s has a number of different mini-tramps.
They use all of them for different Vault drills, for example.
Air-O-Board is closest to a competition Spring Board. You can use it for Yurchenko approach.
The new Rebound produces by far the most power.
Leave a comment if you have an opinion on using mini-tramps for Vault.