Weekly training session at Universum in Amsterdam-Oost. For both beginners and more advanced slackliners. You’ll learn to balance and walk the slackline first, after which tricks will follow. But it can get way more spectacular, like jumping or a butt and chest bounce!
Which membership do you choose?
You can book a slacklining training with a single entry, multiple entry or a membership for one of the sports below:
You can have 2 active reservations for the upcoming 6 days. But as soon as your first reservation is over, you can make a new one. So, you can work out more than twice a week (if there are free spots)!
You can choose how you enter USC: by using the finger scan or by using the My USC – mobile access app. Download the app: Android and iOS.
Beginner slacklines are shorter and close to the ground, so you can learn to balance and walk the line.
The rodeoline is a loose hanging line that looks like a swing. You can use it to relax, but you can also walk it.
A trick- or jumpline is a tight, 15 meter line. This line is used for jumps and dynamic movements.
The USC teacher for slacklining is Frank Hemmes. He is one of the instructors at Slacktivity.
Crossover with other sports
Slacklining adresses your ‘core stability’, and by doing so you’ll be using muscles you did not even know existed. Top athletes use the slackline to train their balance, knees and ankles. Slacklining is a very effective training for balance sports like (kite) surfing, gymnastics and climbing.