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TrampoRun: A Gravity Intensified Run

Studies by NASA scientists show that rebounding on a trampoline is 68% more effective than running.**10 minutes of rebounding is equivalent to 30 minutes of running in terms of health benefits, and without impact on weight bearing joints too. So why not run on the rebounder at TrampoRun, a unique running experience created especially for runners!

As you move up and down on the rebounder in the field of gravity, the increased G force acting on your body greatly intensifies the run, thereby requiring greater endurance and determination to complete the 2 hour non stop challenge. The TrampoRun is not a feat for the faint hearted.

TrampoRun Registration

Sign up for the Challenge and help us to raise funds for our $5M building project, Project Elevation — to setup a Life Skills Training and Retreat Centre for low-income families & individuals. We hope each TrampoRunner would attempt to raise a minimum of S$200. Your participation will go a long way in helping us achieve our fundraising goals towards a brighter future for our beneficiaries.

Please note that participants must be at least 7 years old (in 2018) to register. Participants under the age of 18 years old (in 2018) must complete the Parental Consent Form and submit to our event coordinator at belda@newhopecs.org.sg before the event. By participating in the TrampoRun Challenge, your profile will be available on SJF website for public viewing.

Thank You For Your Support

For a minimum $5000 raised during the Singapore Jump Fest, you are entitled to 48 jumping fitness sessions (to be completed within a year) at any of our jumping fitness studios.

For a minimum $10,000 raised, you will receive a one-year unlimited free pass to any jumping fitness class at our jumping fitness studios.

(Fill in the registration form below and the organizer will be in touch with you shortly regarding your personalized donation page.)

** According to a study published in “Journal of Applied Physiology” in 1980 by NASA’s Biomechanical Research Division both running and rebounding produced similar heart rate levels and oxygen consumption. However, rebounding produced greater biochemical results with less demand on the heart, making it more efficient than running.

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