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What You'll Get
Overcoming gravity has preoccupied man’s imagination for centuries, as illustrated by the myth of Icarus, whose father used feathers and wax to build the first trampoline. Leap toward the sun with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get two hours of drop-in bounce at Anti-Gravity Trampoline in Whitby (a $30 value, including HST).
Anti-Gravity Trampoline welcomes leapers of all ages to its launching environs, where a staff of bouncers certified by the National Coaching Certification Program—including an Olympic coach—supervise safe gravity defiance. During two hours of drop-in bounce, bounding bodies receive a basic safety overview before engaging spring-loaded limbs and activating the body’s natural helicopter capabilities. As participants surge toward vertical limits, they may experience a cardiovascular workout while sharpening spatial awareness and improving coordination. Any two-hour period can be chosen during drop-in bounce sessions Fridays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (not offered September 2), requiring a minimum of three people and held to a max of 20 participants, lest gravity gets jealous thinking there’s a party it wasn’t invited to. Anti-Gravity asks vaulters to not wear jeans or clothing with buckles and zippers, which can inhibit movement and be uncomfortable for the trampolines.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per individual. Limit 1 per visit. Please do not wear jeans, clothing with buckles or zippers, as they may inhibit movement and damage trampolines. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Anti-Gravity Trampoline
The coaching staff at Anti-Gravity Trampoline trains students in the aerial arts on the indoor gym's floor exercise area, four olympic-size trampolines, and one double mini-trampoline. Coaches help beginners hone basic jumping skills and develop strength, flexibility, and coordination; they also teach more advanced manoeuvres that could help students evade the shadows sewn to their feet. When not leading classes, instructors conduct full- and half-day children's camps filled with trampoline practice, games, and crafts.