A place where kids, teens, and adults can go for hours of endless fun, any time of the year and it offers great physical activity… sign me up! Right? Trampoline parks have become extremely popular due to the fun activities and obstacles they have, the fact that the activity can be done year round, tire out busy-bodies, and provide a form of cardiovascular exercise. However, despite all of these great aspects, many wonder are the risks worth the rewards? An increase in broken bones, concussions, and spinal cord injuries at trampoline parks have led to a call for regulation in Canada. Recently, a trampoline park death has increased the urgency of addressing this inadequacy. Learn more in the following care of CBC News.
CBC News: ‘They are very dangerous’: Trampoline park death highlights calls for regulation