When your usual workout regimen gets monotonous, perhaps it’s it’s time to take a leap—literally!

Indoor trampoline parks are where both kids and kids at heart come together to relive a childhood favorite activity. While trampolining is a fun way to bond with others, it is also a low-impact workout that aids in weight loss and releases natural endorphins. You don’t have to worry about the strain on the joints commonly experienced when running on pavement since the trampoline springs absorb the impact.

study by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) finds that bouncing on a mini trampoline for less than 20 minutes is just as good for you as running. Trampoline exercises work out the entire body, but it specifically tones and strengthens the core muscles, abs, buttocks, thighs, and calves.  

So what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for a fun way to get healthy and active in the metro, trampolining is an answer. Gather your family, friends, colleagues for an adrenaline-pumping good time!

You don’t have to look far because Metro Manila is home to two indoor trampolining parks, namely: Trampoline Park and Jumpyard. Or you can buy your very own trampoline right here on the Health Begins With Her online store.

Trampoline Park
The Portal, Mayflower Street, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila

Trampoline Park
Trampoline Park in Mandaluyong. Image taken from Lifestylemanila.com.
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Another view of Mandaluyong’s Trampoline Park. Image taken from Wazzup Pilipinas.

Originally a 700-square meter warehouse turned indoor jumping ground, Greenfield’s District’s Trampoline Park is home to 50 interconnected trampolines.

They offer several classes that cater to different fitness levels such as the high-intensity Gravity Fitness, Zumba-inspired Aero Dance, and Gravity Parkour. Gravity Kidz is perfect for kids as popular Disney songs are played, while Gravity DJ Beats is for those who prefer to jump to the hottest beats!

Contact Details:
TrampolineParkPhilippines@gmail.com
(0905) 453 3879

Operating Hours:
Monday to Thursday, 12 PM – 9 PM
Friday, 12 PM – 10 PM
Saturday, 9 AM – 10 PM
Sunday, 9 AM – 9 PM

How to Get There:
1. South (SM Southmall, Alabang)
Private car
(via Skyway: 1 hour, 14 minutes)
(via S Luzon Expy/Osmeña Hwy/Pan-Philippine Hwy/AH26/R-3: 1 hour, 20 minutes)

Public Transportation (according to Google Maps)
(Via bus and MRT: 2 hours, 26 minutes)

2. North (SM North, Quezon City)
Private car
(via Epifanio de los Santos Ave/C-4: 30 minutes)

Public Transportation (according to Google Maps)
(via MRT Line 3 – Line 3: 29 minutes)
(via Bus: 40 minutes)

 

Jumpyard

Road E, Frontera Verde, Ortigas Avenue cor. E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave (C-5), Pasig

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The Jump Yard. Image taken from Trip Advisor.
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An inside peak of Jump Yard. Image taken from Jumpyard.ph.

With over 2,000 square meters of jumping space, Jumpyard offers a dozen of exciting activities that you can enjoy with your family and friends. Play a round of dodge ball, score the most points in 2 minutes in Cage Ball, practice your slam dunks, sink into the ultra-soft Foam Pit, or try Wall-Climbing to name a few.

Contact Details:
(02) 544 0703 / (0908) 472 0031 / (0915) 618 2183
JumpyardPH@gmail.com

Operating Hours:
Monday to Thursday (except holidays), 12 PM to 8:30 PM
Friday (except holidays), 12 PM to 9:30 PM
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays, 9 AM to 9:30 PM

How to Get There:
1. South (SM Southmall, Alabang)
Private car
(via S Luzon Expy/Pan-Philippine Hwy/R-3: 1 hour, 6 minutes)
(via Metro Manila Skyway: 1 hour, 10 minutes)

Public Transportation (according to Google Maps)
(Via bus: 4 hours, 57 minutes)

2. North (SM North, Quezon City)
Private car
(via Epifanio de los Santos Ave/Pan-Philippine Hwy/AH26/C-4: 28 minutes)
(via C5: 35 minutes)

Public Transportation (according to Google Maps)
(via Bus: 1 hour, 17 minutes)

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