The origin of the trampoline is related to acrobatics. The French acrobat was the first to use modern trampolines. Trumbo was the founder of the modern flexible trampoline. He used a hemp rope to create a protective net to enhance the safety of the "Skywalker" and use the elasticity of the net to cast the cast Air, complete a variety of actions.
As early as the mid-19th century, the North American Comanche Indians used a trampoline similar to today's game, circus acrobats using a similar trampoline at least 200 years of history. In the 1930s, American diving champion Nissen produced a trampoline similar to the one used today to help with his diving and rollover training. During the Second World War, the United States used trampoline training pilots and pilots positioning skills, and achieved good results, then gradually become a sport, in the United States in secondary schools, universities extensively.