At Mediaworks, we like to work hard – but we also enjoy our downtime. When it comes to a spot of team building, we like to think outside the box. In the past, we’ve played bubble football and fought fire with fire at endurance races like Total Warrior. This time, a team of Mediaworkers headed to Infinite Air, a trampoline park in Durham.
An initial safety demonstration showed off the dangers of improper trampoline use, with bad mistakes leading to injury — or as we were frequently reminded, death! We donned our special Infinite Air neon green socks and we were off!
The park is comprised of a large area with different sized trampolines and padding designed to let you bounce from one to another and perform tricks to your heart’s content. As newcomers, team MW literally threw themselves into it!
We got started in the first trampoline area to get used to things, before heading off for a spot of trampoline basketball. From there, we played a few rounds of trampoline dodgeball, firing up some inter-team rivalry as we battled to score points.
After a few rounds of dodgeball, it’s fair to say most of us were starting to tire but we climbed up onto a platform to brave a few front flips onto the air bag. Members of the team took the leap of faith and went flipping and tumbling off the platform, much to everyone’s delight.
A workplace is only successful if the staff are happy and our trip to Infinite Air proved just how great a team we all are, with plenty of laughs to go around – alongside plenty of sore legs the following day!
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