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Why We Bounce

 
Trampolines are great for everyone of any fitness level. They offer immediate success with opportunities for endless new challenges. And they are incredibly fun.
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    Improves your sense of balance

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    Visual and body control development

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    Low impact exercise

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    Trains the brain to function bilaterally

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    Development of body rhythm

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    Stronger bones

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    Cardopvascular fitness

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    Increased lymphatic circulation

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    Increased metabolism

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    Great cross training for any sport


 

First Time Bouncers

Before You Visit

1. Register as a trampoline club athlete

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    Choose your age group, youth is under 20

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    IMPORTANT – Check YES, you are a part of a sports club

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    IMPORTANT – Input club code WWDAEY

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    Youth membership is $14/yr, adult $24/yr

* If you need to, you can reach AAU at 407.934.7200

AAU Explanation

2. Sign the waivers at the front desk

* The downloadable waivers are here for your reference. Signing at Snowcreek’s front desk is all you need to do.

3. Attend Orientation

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    We require every athlete to complete a First Time Bouncer Orientation regardless of previous trampoline experience. This is a quick review of the facility rules as well as some trampoline basics.

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    Orientation costs $5 in addition to a purchase of a class or open bounce. This is a one-time only fee.

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    Orientations are offered hourly

AAU stands for the Amateur Athletic Union, with whom the MTC is registered as a trampoline training facility. The AAU requires that anyone using our facility be registered as a Trampoline Club Athlete. AAU membership is an annual membership that must be renewed yearly, every August 31.

Before You Flip

To be cleared to flip, you must take the Bail Out Class and pass the Bail Out Checklist.

Though back flips & front flips may seem to be easy tricks, should an athlete get lost in the air, the impact on the body is intense and the consequences are very higher. By taking the time to develop air awareness and a strong body that is familiar with the impact of a trampoline, athletes greatly reduce the chance of injury. It is in the best interest of the athlete that the fundamental trampoline drops be learned and practiced before attempting higher consequence skills, such as flips. In order to keep our doors open, the Mammoth Trampoline Club wants to ensure that everyone can advance their skills with safety.

We require that the athlete have a proficient backdrop and demonstrate a mastery of all of the skills on the Bail Out Checklist to be able to pass the Bail Out Class. Backdrops require a significant amount of core and neck strength, and if the athlete should get lost in a rotation, this is primarily the position in which they will land on the trampoline. It takes time for core and neck muscles to develop and be able to cope with the impact. You must therefore demonstrate that you can complete the checklist with consistency and full control.

As much as this sounds mundane, our regulars will gladly confirm that learning the mandatory bail out skills levels up everybody’s trampoline game. Bail out skills serve as a rock solid foundation that will make you have more fun and learn new steezy tricks much, much quicker.

360’S Left & Right
Athlete must be able to jump and twist 360’s degrees of rotation, also known as a full twist. They must be able to do this to the right and the left.
SEAT DROP 180 TO FEET Left & Right
Athlete must be able to perform a seat drop and as they come up to their feet, spin 180 degrees before they touch the trampoline again. This is also known as a half twist. The athlete must perform this skill to the right and left
SWIVEL HIPS Left & Right
Athlete will perform a seat drop, thrust their arms and hips upwards, look over their shoulder to rotate and land in another seat drop without putting their feet down. Must be performed both directions.
BACK DROP 180 TO FEET Left & Right
Athlete’s will perform a backdrop and as they come up from the drop, twist their hips 180’s degree before they land back on their feet. They will be required to be able to twist to the right and left.
BACKDROP PULLOVER: Feet, Table and Stomach
The athlete will perform a back drop with their feet pointed more towards their head.They will then allow the momentum of the bounce and the position of their feet to pull their feet over their head, landing on their feet for the first drill. The second drill lands in table drop and the third lands in a stomach drop. This skill demonstrates the ability to show control of the momentum of a flip.
10 BACKFLIPS, 3 WITH A STOP-BOUNCE LANDING

The athlete must perform a backflip without a spotter 10 times. Then 3 more that are landed with a stop bounce. The backflip must demonstrate skill and control, not a flip that relies on whipping the head back for momentum to finish the rotation. The flip must be initiated from the lower body. Athlete must demonstrate enough skill and confidence that the MTC Coach believes they can land a flip on the quicker trampolines located on the Chilly Bin without assistance.

TABLE BOUNCE FRONT FLIP

This is essentially a front roll or a ground front somersault on the trampoline. They will jump into a table drop and roll forward on to their back and up onto their feet. Next they will perform the trick shown which simply skips the backdrop.

10 FRONT FLIPS
The athlete will start by performing flips from the trampoline onto a pad with a spot by the coach.
BACKRDOP 180 TO BACKDROP Left & Right
Athlete must be able to perform a backdrop with a 180 out that leads straight into another backdrop without placing their feet on the trampoline in between the skills. This trick must be performed to the right and the left.
180 TO STOMACH DROP Left & Right
The athlete will bounce and look over their shoulder to fall into a stomach drop. This is the first step in the 360 airplane progression.
360 AIRPLANE Left & Right

This trick is combined with the 180 to stomach drop skill from before. Athlete will begin the move by acting as though they are moving into a stomach drop. However, instead of landing on the stomach, the athlete will pull their arms into a twist and land on their back instead. Skill will be performed to the right and the left.

360 LOG ROLL Left & Right
This skill is performed with the body staying parallel to the trampoline as it twists. The athlete will perform the backdrop and then drive their hips and feet up into the air as they look over their shoulder and pull into a full twist landing in a backdrop again. It is simply the backdrop 180 to stomach drop 180 to back drop without the stomach drop in the middle of the skill. This skill must be performed to the right and the left.

Classes & Programs

 

Trampoline Classes

Open Bounce & Evening Sessions

During open bounce and evening sessions, everyone is welcome to come and enjoy bouncing. There is no formal class in progress, but a skilled coach is present at all times and happy to point you in the right direction.

Pre Bail Out, Bail Out & Custom Classes

Everyone who wants to flip at our Trampoline Club needs to pass our unique Bail Out Checklist. This gives you a solid foundation that will keep you safe, make you understand bouncing better and enjoy yourself more, and help you learn new tricks quicker.

Pre Bail Out is there for you if you need to work your way up to the Bail Out Checklist.

Do you want to practice wall tricks, tricks specific to freestyle snowboarding or skiing, or something else? We have you covered. Bail out sessions are there for you to get full, one-on-one attention, and you are welcome to communicate a special request to any of our amazingly great coaches.

Bitty Bouncers

Every Sunday 4 to 5pm, we have a special class for young athletes between the ages of 3 and 6 – so they too can enjoy trampolines safely.

Programs

NEW: Trampoline & Swim Camp

Every Saturday in July, 9am – 1pm, for $179. Comes with AAU membership & a free class. Drop-in rates available. Must have three athletes to run.

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    Mono County Unified Special

    Mo/We/Fr, 3pm-5pm. 2 Hour Open Bounce for $15. Show local student ID.

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    Mammoth Mountain Ski & Snowboard Team

    Freestyle training. Wednesday 2-4, Elite and ILC. Saturday 2-4, Elite and ILC. Saturday 4-6, Mini Shred, Devo, Junior, Intro Teams.

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    Visiting Sports Teams

    Will trampolines be a good complement to your team’s training? We can arrange specialized programs to meet your needs. Contact mammothtrampolineclub@gmail.com


 

Schedule

Holiday Hours

  • Christmas Eve, we close 4pm
  • Christmas Day, we’re CLOSED
  • New Year’s Eve, we close 4pm
  • New Year’s Day, we’re on regular hours, until 7pm

Mammoth Trampoline Schedule winter


Prices

 

PASSES

Open Bounce

$15

First Hour
  • Any additional hour $10
  • Includes evening sessions
  • Group of 5 or more gets $5 off per person
  • Supervised free bounce, coaching available upon request

1-Month Pass

$129

30 Days
  • Perfect for your extended stay in Mammoth
  • Unlimited access to all classes, open bounce and evening sessions
  • Be on time to attend classes

MEMBERSHIPS

Bronze Membership

$33

/mo. Snowcreek Members
  • Public $43/month
  • Unlimited access to Evening Sessions, Mo-Fr 7-9pm
  • Requires a 3-month commitment with a 35 day cancelation policy

Silver Membership

$63

/mo. Snowcreek Members
  • Public $73/month
  • Unlimited access to open bounce, evening sessions and 2 free classes per month
  • Requires a 3-month commitment with a 35 day cancelation policy

 

Coaches

Jackie Jones trampoline coach

Kain Wilmot

My name is Kain Wilmot and I have lived in the Eastern Sierras for a greater portion of my life. I grew up skiing with the Mammoth Freeski Team, and learning tricks on a trampoline has greatly progressed my tricks on snow. Trampolines have not only helped me progress on snow, but they have kept me active, and gave me a safe way to learn new tricks. I am very happy of be part of the Mammoth Trampoline Club, and excited to teach anyone who wants to come bounce.
Jimmy Greenleaf trampoline coach

Jimmy Greenleaf

“My Name is Jimmy Greenleaf and I have lived and breathed the Mammoth lifestyle for all of my life. I am a coach for the Mammoth Freeski Team in the winter and I believe trampolines play a huge role in the sport of freeskiing and snowboarding. I have had my own trampoline at home since 8th grade and it has given me so much in terms of health, air awareness and just something to do everyday! I am so excited to be a part of this brand new top of the line trampoline facility at Snowcreek Athletic Club here in Mammoth. Our team is going to teach you how to jump safely and creatively with all the best tools for progressing at any ability level. Come join me in some of my special classes.”

MORE TALENT FEATURED VERY SOON

Stay tuned and meet more of the great coaches on our great team, such as Brandon or Becca.

Group Rentals & Birthday Parties

Contact & Directions

In this exact spot, we’re about to place information about rates for groups of different types and sizes. Stay tuned.

Book

Contact Jene Dietz at 760.934.8511, ext 108

3-Day Notice

To make reservations, please allow for a 3-day notice


 

Contact & Directions

CALL

Reach the front desk at: 760.934.8511

Email

Email the manager at: mammothtrampolineclub@gmail.com

Come

We’re open 3-9pm on weekdays and 11am-7pm on weekends.