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We know parents want to find ways to encourage their kids to spend more time outdoors, being active. That’s why we’ve turn our trampolines into Smart Trampolines with tgoma. It’s the only digitally interactive and encourages safe, active outdoor play.
How does it work? Sensors on the trampoline mat connect via Bluetooth® to your tablet. Using your body as a controller, the sensors track your movement creating an interactive experience. With games to exercise both the body and brain tgoma encourages families to go outside and be active.
tgoma's games are designed to offer a fun physical workout to challenge the entire family, while increasing the family time outside in the backyard. It has games and apps for everyone, including high-energy activity games, educational games for exercising both body and brain and fitness training apps for adults and kids!
Education - Studies show that physical activity supports child brain development by improving memory and concentration. That's why we created fun educational games to get kids learning and moving at the same time!
Fitness - NASA researchers found that 10 mins of jumping is a workout equivalent to a 30 min run! tgomaFit was created by a world-class trampoline coach and personal trainer providing you with the ultimate fitness workout in your own backyard.
Fun - The secret to getting active is to make it fun! Just try to play Fruitants or Alien Stomp without smiling. Our collection of high-energy games will keep the family outside and active for hours!
Smart Trampoline Features
tgoma isn’t just about playing games, it is a rich platform that allows you to track activity, set goals, participate in worldwide events, preview games and a whole lot more.
JumpFit – Track your progress on tgoma. You can view the number of jumps you’ve done, time spent jumping and even total jumped height!
Set Goals – Jump 500 times? Jump for 10 minutes? Parents can use tgoma as an incentive to get kids outside and active.
Worldwide Events – Join jumpers from around the world in events and competitions. Think you’ve got what it takes to be the best jumper in the world?