On a cold week like
this, it can be difficult for parents and kids to find enough space to run
around and burn off some energy. But Sky Zone, a new indoor trampoline park in Sioux Falls, can help
everyone burn off all kinds of energy this winter season.
Sky Zone is located near
the intersection of 57th and Solberg in Sioux Falls; its open Tuesday through Sunday for
jumping, toddler time, aerobics, basketball and more.
To learn more about
their daily aerobics, check the schedule online. Sky Zone's General Manager
Jeff Reed said the classes are a unique, fun way to add variety to your work
out and burn a lot of calories in the process. From intense cardio to muscle
development, the trampolines at Sky Zone provide a great platform for your
Sky Zone also has fun
for the whole family, with Middle School Sky Mania Friday Nights, High School
Sky Jam Saturday Nights and Toddler Time Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
"Yes! I'm going to
bounce on that! Like this—bouncy, bouncy, bouncy," said three-year-old Shelby
For toddlers like Shelby, the wait getting
ready in the Sky Zone lobby seems like an eternity.
"Come here, mom, come
here!" shouted Shelby,
motioning her mom up the stairs to the bounce room.
"It's kind of nice to
get out of the house and get some of that energy burned off when they can't get
out in the winter," said Erin Mitzel, one of the mom's at Sky Zone's toddler
Jump time is a special
treat for both kids and parents during the long South Dakota winter.
"You have to expect that
there is going to be times when we can't get out and can't find things to do
inside as often. We don't want her watching TV all the time so we try to come
and do stuff," said Mitzel.
Visit skyzone.com for more information on how you and your family can enjoy some jump
time at Sky Zone.
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