How to Fold Up an Urban Rebounder

Written by kimberly johnson
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The Urban Rebounder is a small, lightweight trampoline on which various aerobic and strength training exercises can be performed. The Urban Rebounder is different from other types of exercise trampolines in that it can fold up into a flat position for easy storage and transportation. Folding up the Urban Rebounder is a relatively easy and should take no longer than one or two minutes. The process does require the assistance of an additional person since the trampoline springs are quite strong.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Pull back the round fabric cover from the top of the Urban Rebounder until the hinges on either side are exposed. The fabric cover contains elastic and simply is stretched to remove it.

  2. 2

    Turn the unit upside down so that the legs are pointing upward.

  3. 3

    Pull each leg over its platform pin. Fold the legs toward the centre of the trampoline until it lies flat.

  4. 4

    Locate the hinges positioned midway along the edge of the metal frame. Kneel down at the side of the unit near one of the hinges, and have the other person kneel down on the opposite side near the other hinge.

  5. 5

    Place one knee on the metal frame approximately two inches below the hinge. Have the other person place their knee on the frame two inches below the opposite hinge.

  6. 6

    Lean forward simultaneously with the other person and grasp a spring near the top end of the device with one hand while bracing your other hand on the floor for support.

  7. 7

    Pull on the spring simultaneously with the other person and pull the rebounder towards you until it is folded in half. Move your knee when you have closed the Urban Rebounder part of the way.

  8. 8

    Insert the unit in the provided storage bag.

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