This case involves a serious injury to a female who was visiting an athletic center. The plaintiff, a twenty-four-year-old female, accompanied her peers to an athletic center for a company outing. The athletic center had multiple basketball courts, batting cages, swimming pools, and other items which were available to the employees. Additionally, there was a gymnastics area, but only the trampoline was made available to the employees, with the remaining areas being marked off-limits (in addition to all employees being verbally told that they were not allowed to use the other gymnastics equipment). Also, prior to entering the athletic center, all employees signed a waiver, and multiple supervisors were monitoring the different athletic activities. While waiting for the trampoline, the plaintiff saw the uneven bars and decided to swing once around them. When she attempted to swing, however, she lost her handle and fell on her head. She sustained a concussion and a fractured spine. In the subsequent litigation, there was a question about whether the uneven bars were properly maintained.