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Flippin' Family Fun Turns 1 Years Old

Flippin' Family Fun Turns 1 Years Old

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Flippin' Family Fun in Great Falls is celebrating it's 1 year anniversary of bringing indoor exercise fun.

"I am so grateful that we got to this point I was just talking a customer who is here for our customer appreciation, telling us how grateful she is for us being here and brought this to Great Falls," says owner, Natalie Riggin.

One of the new features the trampoline park has added is something called Air-Aerobics, a fun new way to workout and feel great.

"We just do a lot of different kinds of things that you could do off the trampoline, we just do them on the trampoline which makes it a little bit easier on the joints and a whole lot more fun," says instructor, Michelle Kerr.

Christina Miller has been a part of the class since last September, she had to stop going for a bit after an injury.

"I did a mud run last year and I had a bone spur so it was like irritating me," explains Miller.

But now back out on the trampoline, she says the unique workout has really help the healing process.

"It's helped it a lot building strength back into it, something's I have to be careful with but over all it's helping it a lot," says Miller.

In fact doing their brand of exercising is burning off way more calories than their normal, non-trampoline related exercises.

"From what we have done here in the building during our classes is heart rate monitor we noticed that people in a 45 to 50 minute class will burn on average 7-800 calories in that amount of time. which is considerably higher then you would do on a treadmill," explains Dr. Reese Riggin.

So wither your looking a great new workout or just want to bounce around the Flippin' Family Fun plans to be here in Great Falls for more anniversary's to come.

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