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Tricks

Before you attempt to do any tricks, you need to have completely grasped the basics; walking, running, jumping and getting up after a fall. If you want to do something really spectacular with your Flying Jumpers, here are a few of the more popular tricks performed by those who have mastered their skills.

  • The Back Scratcher
    To do The Back Scratcher, you should follow the instructions about jumping in the 'getting started' section. This trick is one of the simpler ones to perform. Start by stretching out your legs and bending your knees before you put your Flying Jumpers on. If you do not stretch, you could strain a muscle! Now, with your Flying Jumpers on, make several smaller jumps on both legs. Now start lifting your knees up to your chest higher and higher on every jump you do. After you are getting good height off the ground, try to twist your body around 90 degrees and look at the Flying Jumpers behind your body. If you have enough time, touch one of them with one hand. The higher you jump, the more down force you will create, which in turn pushes you back up higher. The more height you get, the more time you have to complete The Back Scratcher! It looks best when you are at the highest point of your jump. Go for it!

  • The High Splits
    To do High Splits, you should firstly follow the instructions about 'jumping' in the 'getting started' section. Start by stretching out your legs and doing the splits before you put your Flying Jumpers on. If you do not stretch, you could strain a muscle! Now, with your Flying Jumpers on, make several smaller jumps on both legs. At first, just lift the knees up to your chest higher and higher on every jump you do. After you are getting good height off the ground, try to kick your legs and put your arms in between them at the same time. The higher you jump, the more down force you will create, which in turn pushes you back up higher. The more height you get, the more time you have to complete The High Splits! It looks best when your legs are straight at the highest point of your jump. Go for it!

  • The Giant Leap
    To do The Giant Leap, you should follow the instructions about 'jumping' in the 'getting started' section. This trick can also be described as ‘the front splits’. Start by stretching out your legs and doing the splits before you put your Flying Jumpers on. If you do not stretch, you could strain a muscle! Now, with your Flying Jumpers on, make several smaller jumps on both legs. Now start kicking out one leg forward and one leg back on every jump you do. After you are getting good height off the ground, try to really kick your legs into the splits and throw one arm forward and the other arm back at the same time. The higher you jump, the more down force you will create, which in turn pushes you back up higher. The more height you get, the more time you have to complete The Giant Leap / Front Splits! It looks best when your legs are straight at the highest point of your jump. Go for it!

  • The Somersault - the ultimate trick!
    To attempt to do The Somersault, you should be able to do all of the above tricks competently before you try this one - and you do it entirley at your own risk! You can do both forward and reverse somersaults, but backwards tends to be a bit easier because you can time your landing with more accuracy. If you spin too far around when you do a forwards somersault, you might land on your face - ouch! If you cannot do a somersault on a trampoline, you should not try this trick. Most people who do try it however, say they are a lot easier to do than they look, because the Flying Jumpers give you so much spring, which helps you to spin! Are you game to go for it!

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