Thanksgiving is always associated with tons of food. What better way to burn off all that extra energy gained from eating that Thanksgiving turkey than climbing through an inflatable obstacle course, or bouncing up and down in a super fun bouncy house? Entertaining is not an easy task, and having the kids running around can add extra stress to an event. But with a bounce house right in the backyard, the kids will want nothing more than to hang out and bounce around with their friends and family.
Safety Tips for Inflatable Obstacle courses:
- No food or drinks inside: Imagine this: You are racing to the finish line, you are only 2 seconds behind, with only the climbing wall to go. You step up onto the first peg, and you slip on a banana peel causing you to fall off the wall. Now you are too far behind to catch up. If only that banana peel hadn’t been there you could have completed the course with ease. For your safety (and so you don’t slip and lose the race) that is why there should not be any food or drinks inside the obstacle course.
- Take off shoes: Don’t let the extra weight of shoes hold you back. Take off those sneakers and boots and race to the finish line to claim your title as Ultimate Obstacle Course Champion!
- Race against those most similar in age/size: You don’t want to win based off an unfair advantage, do you? To earn your trophy fairly and safely, compete against someone around your age and height.
- Don’t exceed capacity limit: