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Trampoline facilities in NW CH?

Does anyone know of trampoline (and why not general acrobatic) facilities that cater for adult trainees?
I'd be interested in north-westerly locations in order to get weekly practice, but if there are none here, knowing about options further out helps too. Something like a foam pit would be interesting as well.

I'd feel slightly uncomfortable joining something like this... I wonder why everything even slightly acrobatic is geared toward kids. The country is full of pro athletes, surely they train somewhere? Or do they only do proper straightforward unbouncy sports?

For those wondering, the point is to train coordination and body control to hopefully reduce the slamming feeling you get with snow.

I did notice this post concerning Zurich, will check whether that info is still current.
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Re: Trampoline facilities in NW CH?

Your Liestal link says from juniors to elderly, so clearly, they assume adults as well.

That said, my experience so far is that your either take things "seriously" or not at all. So facilities tend to be geared towards clubs rather than people wanting to use facilities independently.

This is based on my children joining clubs where very quickly you are expected (as a child) to train every week and in between sessions etc etc. There's no sense of doing it for "fun".

I would suggest you contact the Leistal guys - they will be able to point you in the right direction.
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