Eli Cedeno, right, leads a jumping fitness class; all the exercises are done on trampolines. The class is at Light 08 dance club and studio in West Kendall on Oct. 27, 2015.
Eli Cedeno, right, leads a jumping fitness class; all the exercises are done on trampolines. The class is at Light 08 dance club and studio in West Kendall on Oct. 27, 2015. Allison Diaz For the Miami Herald
Eli Cedeno, right, leads a jumping fitness class; all the exercises are done on trampolines. The class is at Light 08 dance club and studio in West Kendall on Oct. 27, 2015. Allison Diaz For the Miami Herald

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