The largest trampoline in America stretches across Roswell, New Mexico, and primarily serves to bounce undocumented extraterrestrials back to where they came from. Exercise recreational bouncing privileges with today's Groupon: for $24, you get four one-hour trampoline-jump passes (up to a $12 value each) at AirHeads Trampoline Arena in St. Petersburg/Clearwater and Tampa (up to a $48 total value).
AirHeads makes airborne amusement easy with daily open-jump sessions that require no reservations, allowing gravity loathers to launch themselves skyward at the drop of a hat. Simply strap on a provided helmet and jumping shoes and you're ready for an hour of aerial cardio action. The trampoline's bounce-intensive surface promotes ever-increasing hang-time increments in a low-impact workout that's easy on joints but puts lower-body muscles through rigorous training. The bouncing is also intensely aerobic and much better for lungs than underwater body-building competitions. Patrons bored with free-floating fitness can join a bouncing band of ball dodgers in one of AirHeads' pick-up trampoline-dodgeball games.
There's no experience required at AirHeads, which provides a soaring experience that's great for group outings or individual jumpers frustrated by the limitations of gravity. Use your Groupon for four individual one-hour sessions, or bring along three leap-ready companions for an hour at AirHeads Trampoline Arena. After galumphing up an appetite or intense skeeball craving, head to the AirCafé or AirCade for fresh fare and fair games.
AirHeads Trampoline Arena
AirHeads Trampoline Arena's wall-to-wall green and blue trampolines abound with bouncers of all ages. Its lively atmosphere and attentive staff even earned it a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence a 2014. In addition to open-jump sessions, the facility's extra-large trampoline hosts pickup dodgeball matches and basketball games. The concessions area sates appetites with snacks such as pizza, hot dogs, and chicken wraps, and the full arcade reacquaints jumpers and astronauts with gravity's awkwardly relentless grip.