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Equipment for Gymnastics, Cheerleading, Dance and more

Gymnastics, Cheerleading and Dance

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15% off during the month of June!

15% off during the month of June!

The NEW T-Trainer can help train skills for vault, tumbling AND bars. Shaped like a vault top, springy like a Mini Tramp and as useful as a vault board, the T-Trainer will quickly become your favorite training aid. The top surface is made with our Xtreme bed material and measures the same as a vault table, (3’ x 4’). Your athletes will love this bouncy vault top for Yurchenko’s, Tsuk’s, Handsprings and more.

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15% off during the month of June!

15% off during the month of June!

Tumbl Trak’s™ Table Top vault is a progressional trainer to help your gymnasts transfer skills to the vault table.

It is made with high density foam with a vinyl + suede cover. Add two base blocks for Senior Vaulting height. Or, one base block and cross supports on a Tumbl Trak make a great tramp vault station.

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Tumbl TALK

Spring Brings Change to our Local Gym

Spring is my favorite season of the year as the drab cold of winter is warmed by the sun. It is a lovely time of the year which tends to bring a refreshed outlook on the day’s tasks. At our local gym, Twisters Gymnastics in Port Hadlock, WA we are celebrating spring with the new construction of an adjustable high bar station. Twisters has just one set of unevens and nearby, the uneven flooring and nearby I-beam made for a challenging space to use until now!

Doug Davis challenged the Tumbl Trak team with a vision to create a high bar station that uses the I-beam for stability while still keeping the bar adjustable for different heights. In a collaborative effort Tumbl Trak staff, James Parent and engineer Kyle Thalman worked with contracting experts Dom Finnerty and Steve Riley to make Doug’s vision happen.

Doug adds, “If you’re lucky enough to have a high bar over a pit, or several sets of unevens, that’s great. If not, using a bar wall station allows for lots of angle adjustments. Use it for everything from pullovers to big bar releases to front and reverse flyaways. Also, having lots of mats available near the bar station will make it easier and quicker to adjust the bar wall to athletes of different height and ability, as we all know time is precious in the gym.”
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