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A camas elasticas gigantes is actually a gymnastic and recreational equipment manufactured from a steel frame with a piece of taut, strong fabric stretched regarding this using coiled springs as anchors. The attached fabric or strong canvas sheet can be used for tumbling. Innovative trampolines are made from dense net, stretched elastically over a frame of varied shapes. Durable materials like tarpaulin are often used as an alternative choice to nets.

Trampoline inherited its name in the Spanish "trampolin" meaning a diving board. Trampolines were first employed by the Eskimos who used to toss each other up in to the air on walrus skins. The first modern trampoline was built by Larry Griswold and George Nissen in 1934. They later established the Griswold-Nissen Trampoline and Tumbling Company in 1942 and started making trampolines commercially in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


America Navy Flight School used trampolines in their training of pilots and navigators during Wwii by allowing pilots to rehearse their orientation. Trampolines were also utilized in the space flight programme to aid train astronauts in experiencing various body positions flying.

Since the 2000 trampolining was unveiled in the Olympics as a competitive gymnastic sports. In competitive trampolining the user is able to bounce as high as ten metres.

Trampolines are of two types, recreational and competitive. Recreational trampolines are generally circular, octagonal or rectangle shaped, and the materials used like the springs as well as the bed fabric usually are not as sturdy as those of competitive trampolines. Alternatively, competitive trampolines are constructed with stronger and less-elastic fabric, with the trampoline's elasticity provided only by the springs. The frames of competitive trampolines are made of steel that may be folded up for easy transportation to competition venues.

Some of the popular and essential trampoline accessories include covers, safety nets, ladders, anchors, tents, trampoline bounce boards, trampoline enclosure locks and spring tools. Trampoline weather covers protect the frame pads, material and stitching about the mat of the trampoline against UV rays. Trampoline accessories such as nets, also known as trampoline enclosures, are constructed with zinc tubes along with a tough polyethylene net to include extra safety for the trampoline. Using the growing popularity of trampolining, more and more trampoline accessories are available at inexpensive price points.

Trampolines can be used for entertainment. Also, they are used for diverse activities for example physical education, competitive gymnastics, diving training etc. In recent years, trampolining has become a popular sport among children, since they never appear to lose their enthusiasm for trampolining.