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Date Idea: Jumping World trampoline fun

Adulting is hard. Slack off once in a while at a place like Jumping World.

When I was a kid, I had a couple friends who had trampolines. I jumped at every opportunity (See what I did there?) to go over to their house. Who says that once we reach adulthood, trampolines are off limits? Sure, Jumping World, indoor trampoline park is designed for kids, but they allow us adults so why not burn some calories and have fun at this huge trampoline park? If you are both active, it’s a good date idea too. It’s where we went while celebrating my hubby’s birthday week this year.

It only cost $11 for one full hour, so I thought I’d check out Jumping World on a recent weekday. Since it’s located next to an LA Fitness, I figured I’d burn off some calories, then go lift weights. When you walk in to Jumping World, there are waivers to sign, so you can get that out of the way right away. After paying, you can either rent a locker or put your shoes in one of cubbies (make sure you are wearing socks!).

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Shoot some hoops while jumping on the trampoline and Jumping World

Though we were a given a full hour of jumping, shooting hoops, and jumping into the foam pit, we were pretty wiped out after about 40 minutes. While I loved the foam pit as a kid in gymnastics, it was incredibly difficult to get out of as an adult. Thank good ness for the rope to help pull yourself out. In fact, I took ibuprofen as soon as I got home to thwart the back pain I felt coming on.

Adulting is hard. Sometimes you just need to go jump on trampolines and free fall into a foam pit. 

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Specials to know about at Jumping World:

  • Tuesday & Thursday all day. $33 for 4 Jumpers for 1 hour.
  • Every Saturday – Jump Jam. $20 for a laser light show 9 – 10 pm.

Find out more information about Jumping World here.



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