RULES ARE RULES
Xtreme Springz Safety Rules

Steps have been taken to comply with the standards established by the American Society for
Testing and Materials (“ASTM”) Section F24 Standards committee: As set forth on its website,
ASTM is a not-for-profit organization that provides a forum for the development and publication of
international voluntary consensus standards for materials, products, systems and services. Our park
has been developed with the trampoline safety standards in mind. See url for details regarding the
standards dev
eloped: http://www.astm.org/committee/f24.htm
Assumption of Risk. The risk of injury from the activities on trampolines is significant, including the
potential for permanent paralysis and death, and while particular rules, equipment, and personal
discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious injury does exist. As participation in trampoline
activities can be a dangerous recreational activity and involves a level of risk that each participant
must evaluate on
their own, by using this facility, you are assuming a risk of serious injury or death.
WARNING!!! Catastrophic injury, paralysis or even death may result from failing to follow the rules
established by the park, some of which are set forth below and due to inherent risks, sometimes
even if all rules are followed.
Liability Waiver. By using the equipment and property at this facility, all guests are bound by the
liability waiver and release set forth in the terms of the Agreement that must be executed upon
admittance to this facility. Those under the age of 18 must have the Agreement completed and
signed by their parent or legal guardian before their flight takes off.
Alcohol, tobacco, and drug use of any kind are not permitted. Consumption may impair a
jumper’s coordination and overall perception, thus increasing potential injury.
The Park
Safety Crew - Our safety crew moves throughout the trampoline courts to monitor compliance with
park rules. They are present to assist with safe jumping practices, and injury assistance if needed.
Items - We are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged personal property brought into or
stored on the premises.
Springs - An effort has been made to cover all springs between our trampoline beds to help avoid
injuries.
Equipment – Our staff regularly maintains our equipment and performs daily inspections in an effort
to identify and replace worn down parts.
Padded Posts - Steps have been taken to secure pads to all metal posts in the jumping arenas to
help protect jumpers from injury.
Strategic Netting - Where appropriate, netting is in place in an effort to help contain jumpers on the
trampoline.
Gripper socks – Our Xtreme Springz socks are required on the trampoline courts. They are
available for purchase. Keep them and bring them for future visits too! They give the jumper just the
right amount of traction on our trampolines!
Safety Signage - is placed throughout our park and our safety crew will gladly remind you of these
rules should you happen to “forget” while you’re having fun.
Jump Time
WARNING: FAILING TO ABIDE BY THE RULES BELOW AND POSTED AT THE PARK MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY, PARALYSIS OR DEATH.

Do not attempt somersaults - Landing on the head or neck may cause serious injury, paralysis or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
Do not double bounce –which is described as attempting to propel someone higher by timing
a jump as another lands on the trampoline. This may also occur when jumping on a
trampoline pad with others in close proximity, so you should avoid simultaneously jumping
with others close by. It is especially dangerous for larger people to double bounce smaller
people.

Do not sit or lie on the court. If you are tired and need to rest, you must exit the court.
Wear appropriate clothing. Clothes must be free of hanging zippers, belts and strings. Please
remove all jewelry. Please empty your pockets and remember no gum or candy allowed.
Dangerous tricks. Flips and other tricks are dangerous. Perform at your own risk only if you have
sufficient skill to avoid injuring yourself or others.
Be alert. Be aware and considerate of those around you. Jump with people that are of similar size.
No Climbing. Do not climb on walls or netting and do not touch basketball apparatus.
No drugs. Do not use a trampoline when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
No tackling, pushing, or participating in any other activity that may unnecessarily interfere with
the jumping or concentration of another participant. No running/relay races across trampolines.
Hitting the frame. Jumpers should stay in the center of the trampoline when jumping. Injury may
result from hitting the frame when control is lost. Do not jump directly onto the safety pad.
Incorrect transfer from trampolines to the decking, or platform areas. Improper transfer can
result in broken ankles or other injuries. Please walk from the trampoline to decking areas.
Foreign objects. Jumping with a foreign object can also increase the chances of getting injured.
This includes keys, phones and cameras.
Inadequate skill level. Attempting maneuvers above one’s skill and ability may cause serious injury,
paralysis or death.
THE LIST ABOVE IS NOT ALL-INCLUSIVE AND WE CANNOT LIST ALL OF THE ACTIVITIES
THAT MAY LEAD TO INJURY. PLEASE CONSULT A PHYSICIAN PRIOR TO JUMPING
REGARDING ALL MEDICAL CONDITIONS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO; ASTHMA,
DIABETES, PREGNANCY, ETC.