Instructions for using products by Bounceboard®

Recommended for trampolines meeting ASTM safety standards. The following instructions are intended for safe and enjoyable use of Bounceboards, LLC products: BounceBoard® and Bounceskate™ By using the Bounceboard Trampoline-board you are agreeing to our terms and are aware of the inherent dangers associated with this product. Due to the risk of head or neck injuries, tricks involving somersaults and/or flips should only be attempted under the supervision of a professional trainer. Inverted tricks may result in severe injury or death.
Directions for using the Bounceboard on trampolines meeting ASTM safety standards.

Safety gear is always recommended and will reduce potential injuries but it cannot prevent all accidental injuries. The Bounceboard trampoline-boards unique design allows an individual to simulate a variety of extreme board tricks while preventing damage to the trampoline bed.

When you jump on a trampoline a mouthguard is recommended to protect your lips if your knees or other hard object accidentally hits your mouth. A strong blow to your mouth may cause a concussion and a mouthgaurd will protect you against getting a severe concussion. See safety page for more on mouthguards.

You have purchased a product that has been professionally tested.

We are constantly updating our safety information as we learn more about this new sport of cushioned trampoline-boarding with Bounceboards.

The main thing you want to remember is that when you are jumping on a trampoline, you should begin and end your trick as close to the center of the mat as possible. Try the trick first without a trampoline board and then if you can land in the center, try it with a trampoline board. Always use a spotter and jump one at a time!

Tests conducted by an independent mechanical engineering company support our safety claims. “The Bounceboard Trampoline-board properties fall below the critical pressure value required to puncture human skin.” Testing of the board also proved that under high impact (humanly possible) the Bounceboard trampoline-board fell below levels which would tear or rip standard trampoline mats or the resilient surfaces.

Please be aware that this is an extreme sport. Users of the Bounceboard Trampoline-boards use at their own risk.

  • First remove shoes. A mouth guard, helmet, wrist guards, kneepads, and elbow pads are recommended. Have a capable spotter near you.
  • Climb on the trampoline to attach the Bounceboard Trampoline-Board.
  • While keeping head erect, focus eyes on the perimeter of the trampoline and begin bouncing. It is recommended that only ONE person jump on the trampoline at a time!
  • Practice a Stop-Bounce by flexing your knees as you come in contact with the jumping surface.
  • Do not put your hands completely through the hand holes as these holes are for hand grabs only.
  • Never jump off a trampoline to dismount.
  • Ensure that spotters are always stationed around the trampoline. Do not use a floatable trampoline without a spotter on land or in a boat nearby.
  • To avoid damage to you and the board use only on trampolines with padded springs and safety nets.
  • Trampoline nets and spring pads and divider pads may provide additional safety but you should not ever rebound off of them! The trampoline boards are for trampolines only.
Tip from the Trainer: 5 22 2012

Training information:

Please do not use the Bounceboard® footboards on wooden surfaces. They are intended for resilient, (elastic) trampolines only. Using your cushioned bounceboard on wood gymnastic
boards like the jumpboard as seen in this video, may cause your footboard to break.

Thanks for taking good care of your trampoline training boards by Bounceboard!  With proper use they will lasts for years to come. Used incorrectly, they will break.

Enjoy and Have Fun!

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Instructions for using the Bounceboard®

Recommended for trampolines meeting ASTM safety standards.

Please be aware that this is an extreme sport. Our patented system was developed with safety in mind but: Users of Bounceboard® agree to use at their own risk.

First remove shoes. A mouth guard, helmet, ankle supported trampoline shoes,wrist guards, kneepads, and elbow pads are recommended. Have a capable spotter near you. Trampoline safety nets and padding over springs are highly recommended but won’t prevent all injuries.

Climb on the trampoline to attach the Bounceboard Trampoline board to your feet.

While keeping head erect, focus eyes on the perimeter of the trampoline and begin bouncing. ONE person on the trampoline at a time! In trampoline parks, follow the rules and allow space for yourself! One square per user.  Do not jump near a person who is much bigger than you.

Practice a Stop-Bounce by flexing your knees as you come in contact with the jumping surface.

Due to the risk of head or neck injuries, tricks involving somersaults and/or flips should only be attempted under the direct supervision of a professional gymnastics trainer or certified athletic coach.  Inverted tricks may result in severe injury or death.  Direct supervision means one on one supervision with the supervisor within arms length of the student.

Do not put your hands completely through the hand holes as the holes are for hand grabs only.

Never jump off a land trampoline to dismount. Do not remove the trampoline board when you are still jumping.

Your feet may not come out of the straps and this may cause greater risk for injury.

Do not attempt to dismount or remove the board while jumping.

If you are using a water trampoline wear a personal flotation device (i.e. life jacket).

Ensure that spotters are always stationed around the land trampoline. Do not use a floatable trampoline without a spotter on land or in a boat nearby.

To avoid damage to the board use only on trampolines with padded springs. Bounceboard is intended for use on the trampoline deck only.

Additonal information for trampoline parks:

Trampoline Parks

Using Bounceboard in trampoline parks may put you at greater risk for injury. Practice one at a time. Ratio should be one user per trampoline. Make sure you have enough space to try your tricks. Bouncing off of pads and nets is not recommended and may cause your trampoline-board to tear when flexed like a “frown”. Follow park rules and ask before you try inverted moves like flips. Ask if your spotter is a certified trainer.

Avoid jumping on the dividers between trampolines. The footboard products by Bounceboard(R) are only for the trampoline mats.

For Dealers: Ok to copy:

Instructions for using the Bounceboard®

Recommended for trampolines meeting ASTM safety standards.

Please be aware that this is an extreme sport. Our patented system was developed with safety in mind but: Users of Bounceboard® agree to use at their own risk.

First remove shoes. A mouth guard, helmet, ankle supported trampoline shoes,wrist guards, kneepads, and elbow pads are recommended. Have a capable spotter near you. Trampoline safety nets and padding over springs are highly recommended but won’t prevent all injuries.

Climb on the trampoline to attach the Bounceboard Trampoline board to your feet.

While keeping head erect, focus eyes on the perimeter of the trampoline and begin bouncing. ONE person on the trampoline at a time! In trampoline parks, follow the rules and allow space for yourself! One square per user.  Do not jump near a person who is much bigger than you.

Practice a Stop-Bounce by flexing your knees as you come in contact with the jumping surface.

Due to the risk of head or neck injuries, tricks involving somersaults and/or flips should only be attempted under the direct supervision of a professional gymnastics trainer or certified athletic coach.  Inverted tricks may result in severe injury or death.  Direct supervision means one on one supervision with the supervisor within arms length of the student.

Do not put your hands completely through the hand holes as the holes are for hand grabs only.

Never jump off a land trampoline to dismount. Do not remove the trampoline board when you are still jumping.

Your feet may not come out of the straps and this may cause greater risk for injury.

Do not attempt to dismount or remove the board while jumping.

If you are using a water trampoline wear a personal flotation device (i.e. life jacket).

Ensure that spotters are always stationed around the land trampoline. Do not use a floatable trampoline without a spotter on land or in a boat nearby.

To avoid damage to the board use only on trampolines with padded springs. Bounceboard is intended for use on the trampoline deck only.

Additonal information for trampoline parks:

Trampoline Parks

Using Bounceboard in trampoline parks may put you at greater risk for injury. Practice one at a time. Ratio should be one user per trampoline. Make sure you have enough space to try your tricks. Bouncing off of pads and nets is not recommended and may cause your trampoline-board to tear when flexed like a “frown”. Follow park rules and ask before you try inverted moves like flips. Ask if your spotter is a certified trainer.

Avoid jumping on the dividers between trampolines. The footboard products by Bounceboard(R) are only for the trampoline mats.

For Dealers: Ok to copy:

Instructions for using the Bounceboard®

Recommended for trampolines meeting ASTM safety standards.

Please be aware that this is an extreme sport. Our patented system was developed with safety in mind but: Users of Bounceboard® agree to use at their own risk.

First remove shoes. A mouth guard, helmet, ankle supported trampoline shoes,wrist guards, kneepads, and elbow pads are recommended. Have a capable spotter near you. Trampoline safety nets and padding over springs are highly recommended but won’t prevent all injuries.

Climb on the trampoline to attach the Bounceboard Trampoline board to your feet.

While keeping head erect, focus eyes on the perimeter of the trampoline and begin bouncing. ONE person on the trampoline at a time! In trampoline parks, follow the rules and allow space for yourself! One square per user.  Do not jump near a person who is much bigger than you.

Practice a Stop-Bounce by flexing your knees as you come in contact with the jumping surface.

Due to the risk of head or neck injuries, tricks involving somersaults and/or flips should only be attempted under the direct supervision of a professional gymnastics trainer or certified athletic coach.  Inverted tricks may result in severe injury or death.  Direct supervision means one on one supervision with the supervisor within arms length of the student.

Do not put your hands completely through the hand holes as the holes are for hand grabs only.

Never jump off a land trampoline to dismount. Do not remove the trampoline board when you are still jumping.

Your feet may not come out of the straps and this may cause greater risk for injury.

Do not attempt to dismount or remove the board while jumping.

If you are using a water trampoline wear a personal flotation device (i.e. life jacket).

Ensure that spotters are always stationed around the land trampoline. Do not use a floatable trampoline without a spotter on land or in a boat nearby.

To avoid damage to the board use only on trampolines with padded springs. Bounceboard is intended for use on the trampoline deck only.

Additonal information for trampoline parks:

Trampoline Parks

Using Bounceboard in trampoline parks may put you at greater risk for injury. Practice one at a time. Ratio should be one user per trampoline. Make sure you have enough space to try your tricks. Bouncing off of pads and nets is not recommended and may cause your trampoline-board to tear when flexed like a “frown”. Follow park rules and ask before you try inverted moves like flips. Ask if your spotter is a certified trainer.

Avoid jumping on the dividers between trampolines. The footboard products by Bounceboard(R) are only for the trampoline mats.

Warning: Following these guidelines (adapted after the ASTM Standards for Trampoline use) will not prevent all injuries. Like other physical activities, use of the Bounceboard® B2 involves the risk of injury. The ASTM standards cannot list every known hazard associated with the use of Bounceboard. However these guidelines promote safe enjoyable use of this accessory. User agrees to use Bounceboard Trampoline-Boards at own risk.
Bounceboard is intended for experienced users of trampolines or similar jumping devices such as the inflatable Astro Jumps® and floatable water-trampolines, Aqua Tramps® with a minimum dimension of 3300 in². Important Warning: Some trampoline manufactures will void their warranty if accessories of any kind are used on the surface of the trampoline. Check with your manufacturer before using trampoline-boards. We have found the Bounceboard Trampoline-Boards to be no more wearing to jumping surfaces than bare feet. Because the boards flex with the trampoline, Bounceboard Trampoline-boards exceed the voluntary ASTM guidelines for impact performance. Bounceboards, LLC and North Shore Inc. will not be held liable for any damage Bounceboard Trampoline-Boards may cause to jumping devices. All rights reserved. Bounceboard is a licensed product. All art protected by copyright. Bounceboard, LLC Protected by US Patent No. 6,196,558 and 7,748,722