You can jump off of 3 trampolines in a V-shape at the same time. As the bungee cords stretch, you will soon be demonstrating your acrobatic talents by doing somersaults, flips, twists and spins, then landing safely on your feet!
They are able to spin 360 degrees on a snowboard. Safety is always present thanks to the special structural support design.
This unit allows two people, over 5' height, to spin regardless of their weight. This equipment requires the user's coordination and effort to do such activity. There is no motor; the user is the one that makes it go up and down, and eventually making it go all the way around, if he so chooses.
Each participant is kitted out in a skydive suit (to control the amount of friction) and a helmet. Then they hold on to a handlebar and are pulled up the face of the slide using a winch controlled by a supervisor.
This is a ‘challenge of choice’ and the participant can let go at any time he or she chooses. Participants going to the top of a 25 foot slide will have about 10 feet of freefall before engaging seamlessly with the slide and through the radius, and down to the end of the slide.
The Leap of Faith is an immensely popular element which is a real personal challenge for many. The goal is to climb up the central pole and onto the jump platform from where the participant leaps out to catch hold of one of two items.
Participants have the choice to either go to the right and jump and hug the punching bag or go to the left and jump and grab the handle, to gain the admiration of spectators and a huge sense of achievement. The position of the Trapeze can quickly and easily be set closer or further away to suit the physicality and conﬁdence of each participant.
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