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Hattiesburg trampoline park offers fitness courses

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

On Tuesday, the Updown Indoor Trampoline Park in Hattiesburg officially opened for business.

“This is something you can do no matter what the weather is,” General Manger Jessie Smith said. “Whether it’s cold whether it’s hot. You’re able to come inside.”  

The park offers an event space for birthday parties, field trips and corporate gatherings.

“Anyone can come out grandparents can come out and bring their kids if they feel like jumping,” Smith said.

The indoor trampoline park also offers fitness classes Monday through Saturday.

Lead Trampoline Fitness Trainer Joseph Gadilhe said the classes make for a good cardio workout.

“We’re also going to be working on your core,” Gadilhe said. “Doing different ab exercises. You’re going to be building strength for your arms, your legs. It’s just going to be a great overall workout for your body.”

Gadilhe said the classes are for all fitness levels.

“It doesn’t matter if you haven’t worked out in 10 years or maybe you’re someone who’s worked out every day for the last 10 years, anybody can come and do this," Gadihe said. 

The park is located on 41st Avenue in Hattiesburg.

Click here to learn more about Updown Indoor Trampoline Park services.

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