Spring Action is a Canadian team of trampoliners combining comedy and high flying in a family affair. Sean McManus is the comedy side of things, wearing orange coveralls for the better part of the show, acting the part of an oblivious clumsy oaf who can't handle himself on the trampoline and keeps falling into inopportune places (by the end of the set, he's not the clumsy oaf anymore). His wife Heather, who competed on the circuit including at the Olympics, plays it straight and impresses with her acrobatic skills. Their son even takes part in the show. This particular trampoline has spots set around the edges for Sean to tumble into as part of the routine. I'll have some more of them from the finale show (I'm still in the process of getting the posts ready; I took like a thousand shots over the course of the weekend between this event and Colonel By Day).
Sounds so fun! I would enjoy the trampoline show and laugh till my stomach ache! Have a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
It's been too long since I dropped by. A trampolining post is the perfect time to make an appearance. :)ReplyDelete
Takes a lot of practice to work one properly, it's not just jumping about.ReplyDelete
Trampolines used to be the rage when I was in junior high. You'd pay by the hour. Pretty safe, and good exercise.ReplyDelete
...life is all about ups and downs!ReplyDelete
I always admire people with gymnastics moves, I never had them.ReplyDelete
The trampoline looks so fun and at least everyone in the crowd can see.ReplyDelete
very cool, i have not been on a trampoline in years. looks fun. ( :ReplyDelete
Desporto ao ar livre é mais saudável.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Feriado.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
I can’t see past the danger of such acts most of he time. Don’t think I could watch it.ReplyDelete
Hello, what a fun event. Looks like a big crowd. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
@Nancy: it's fun to watch!ReplyDelete
@Deb: thank you!
@Bill: it's a lot of training.
@Pat: I've been on trampolines the odd time, but I'd have nothing near the skill set for this.
@Tom: that's true!
@Marianne: me either.
@Janis: yes, you do get good views, and they certainly attract a crowd, especially as the act goes along.
@Beth: it was!
@Marie: I enjoyed it.
@Eileen: thank you!
Sean and Heather look like they are having so much fun performing.. you can see that by the size of their audience, super captures William ✨ReplyDelete
They make it look so easy!ReplyDelete
Looks funny and I'm not even there. Great facial expressions.ReplyDelete
When I was a teenager, I loved jumping on a trampoline but, I don't think I ever got as high as the fellow in the first two photos.ReplyDelete
I had fun just looking at the pictures. I'll bet it was great to see it live! :-)ReplyDelete
That must have been so much fun to watch. They are very talented!ReplyDelete
That looks like fun to watch, it's for the experienced and talented people only. :)ReplyDelete
@Grace: they're very good at what they do.ReplyDelete
@RedPat: they certainly do.
@Red: it was a blast to watch.
@Sharon: she got quite high.
@DJan: it was indeed.
@Marleen: they are!
@Bill: oh, yes!
Fun to watch.ReplyDelete
It's a good few years since I was last on a trampoline! LOL!
The grandchildren enjoy it at school :)
All the best Jan
I haven't been on one in years.Delete
I think I'd be terrified just watching them!ReplyDelete
It was a blast!Delete
Fun to do ~ fun to watch ~ fun to photograph !ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Sounds like a lot of fun!ReplyDelete