So, ANCHEER made one of the easiest and most reliable trampolines with a weight limit of about 100 kg. Let’s take a closer look at its advantages and possible disadvantages to understand who this trampoline is most suitable for.
The first thing we always prefer to note is the jumping surface. And here we were lucky again.
The surface is made of heavy-duty polypropylene, which is breathable enough to withstand intense workouts. Moreover, it’s waterproof.
However, water resistance is controversial: on the one hand, this trampoline is easy to clean. It’s not scary to leave it on the veranda or in the garden if you prefer to exercise outdoors. The fabric won’t deteriorate from the weather effects. On the other hand, we don’t recommend you practicing barefoot.
With intense jumping, your legs begin to sweat and release moisture. Since moisture isn’t absorbed into the trampoline jumping surface, there is a chance of slipping. Therefore, it’s better to train in special socks with rubber insoles or gym shoes.
And here it’s worth mentioning one more point, which seemed to us not entirely safe.
Let’s talk about the benefits because there are a lot of them also. The first and most important of these is quietness. Yes, rubber trampoline legs are great at reducing noise during exercise, and that’s true. You don’t have to worry about disturbing your neighbors with early training, they won’t hear you anyway.
Another important advantage is the reliability of the frame. We can say this with confidence, because the legs are 1.5 mm thick, and they are made of durable steel alloy.
Thus, it’s one of the more remarkable and reasonably cheap trampoline options for home workouts. And if you use it correctly, your body will feel a great effect.