Rotating Beam

A rotating beam trampoline is a type of trampoline that features a rotating beam or bar in the center of the jumping surface. This rotating beam challenges the users to perform unique and challenging acrobatic maneuvers in order not to be knocked down.

The rotating beam of a rotating beam trampoline is made from a sturdy material, such as steel or aluminum, and is designed to rotate freely while users jump and perform acrobatic maneuvers. The rotating beam may be adjustable, allowing for different levels of difficulty and customization.

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