Id be channelling that energy into safer zoomies. Use a frisbee, ball whatever and allow him to let off steam.
When he comes bounding toward you, about turn so your back is turned. He's less likely to jump and bite, especially if you can time the frisbee to catch his eye before he pounces so he's chasing that, not sinking his teeth into your arm.
go outside to greet him. more room to explode safely there.
up the walks by double
get children involved in playing 'where's x' fetch etc, burn off that exuberance
decent recipe for zoomies.