mini trampoline

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  1. heather-bell

    heather-bell pigpower

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    Hi
    I was thinking of getting a mini trampoline to jog on while using the wii fit - has anyone got one? Are they good and any recommendations?
    Thanks!
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    my trampette is one of the main things i use in my exercise regime! i like just jumping on it or running trying to get my knees as high up as possible.
    using it with jogging for the wii sounds like a good plan, wish i still had my wii to test it out actually :rolleyes:
     
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    judimac Mad old Bat with Attitude

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    They are very good as they don't wreck your knees. I haven't room for one, (and I suspect it would be in a cupboard under the stairs gathering dust after a few weeks!) :eek:
     
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    Thanks, my flatmate isn't too keen as I've already got the Wii fit, swiss ball, ab max frame littering the living room
     
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    Not sure about the little ones but my sons have 10ft one in the garden which I love!
     
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    I'd love that! but live in a small flat in london :-(
     
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    They are fantastic to use. They don't do damage to the joints and can be used by all the family for a bit of fun. Just don't get caught by the family air guitaring in pink pj's to meat loafs' bat out of hell at 7.30 in the morning like I did. Not a nice sight!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    you can't beat a bit of meatloaf!
     
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    I use mine for jogging with my wii fit, also use it with the wii fitness trainer cardio section. Bought mine from Argos, think it was only about a tenner, although I've spotted them at boot sales, you could probably pick one up there for a few quid. I paid about £2 for my step at a boot sale...new in the box. Makes the fitness trainer a little more interesting.
     
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    i really like this idea.... off the check out prices.
     
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    QUOTE=heather-bell;

    "you can't beat a bit of meatloaf"


    Especially with a nice syn free tomatoe sauce and salad hehehe xx

    sorry couldn't resist that.
     
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