Without healthy sources of competition, human beings would resort to engaging mirrors in eternal staring contests or reading about fantasy baseball. Unleash sporting aggression with today’s Groupon to Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym in Murrieta. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get two all-day passes (a $30 value).
- For $25, you get four all-day passes (a $60 value).
- For $19, you get a one-month membership (a $40 value).<p>
The bouncy emporium at Trampoline Cageball pits patrons against one another in high-octane trampoline-cageball competitions. A one-on-one contest that combines the basic concepts of basketball with the aerial dynamism of trampolines, cageball places players on two adjacent, Olympic-size trampolines, from which they spring up to 14 feet skyward in an attempt to shoot a ball into their opponent’s hoop. Governed by a simple set of rules, the innovative contest requires the strategic panache to read competitor’s movements and the ability to withstand the physical rigors of constant up-and-down explosiveness, like a confused firework. The Ninja Warrior obstacle course challenges gladiators with a 17-ft. warped climbing wall, a salmon ladder to test upper body strength, and a campus board to better climbing techniques, and the facility also boasts a gym filled with free weights and free credit reports. Those looking to spurn gravity’s tyrannical regime in an uncompetitive forum can make the bicep-burning ascent to the top of the center’s 24-foot pegboard, or traverse the unsteady bridge of a slackline, which is like a tightrope, but thicker, looser, and immune to the charms of traveling circuses.
Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym
At Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym, visitors build strength, endurance, and awareness while participating in contact-free competition on several obstacle courses and inside innovative sports arenas. The facility's namesake, trampoline cageball, places participants in a one-on-one contest on an enclosed, Olympic-size trampoline. Players can reach heights up to 14 feet in the air while attempting to toss a 20-ounce palmable ball into the opponent's hoop, in a game that unifies the basic concepts of basketball, volleyball, and moon ballet.
In addition to burning calories and strengthening vestigial wings, visitors exercise total body musculature on obstacle courses such as the Ninja Warrior. Ninja Warrior challenges participants with varying routes on a 17-foot climbing wall and a ladder that requires significant upper body strength and a desire to impress potential mates in order to finish. Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym also provides free weights, slack lines, and climbing ropes.
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