Nothing is better than the original. The original Tumbl Trak™ is a training tool designed to allow for increased repetition of tumbling and gymnastic skills by decreasing stress on body parts.
For "extreme" use, a layer of vinyl* is sewn to the top of the black tramp bed, adding durability. Clean, soft sole, indoor shoes can be used on this bed, appealing to Cheer gyms. The Xtreme Tumbl Trak™ bed also features a 4-inch wide white line down the middle for visual coordination.
The Porta Trak offers the same high quality and versatility as the original Tumbl Trak. In addition, the Porta Trak is designed for easy mobility.
The original Tumbl Trak™ is now available with SOFT springs designed specifically for gymnasts that weigh 110 lbs. or less.
For increased safety, many gyms prefer to have the Tumbl Trak™ flush with the floor.
Inground Tumbl Traks require a poured cement pit in the floor of your gym. The pit should be 78 inches wide and 24 inches deep.
Over the years, Tumbl Trak has been fortunate to collaborate with folks in the industry who have like-minded goals - offering great education to coaches, athletes and parents in an effort to improve the quality and safety of gymnastics, martial arts, cheer, special needs and kid fitness.
As Tumbl Trak begins our 27th year, our 2015 newsletter will include featured articles from a variety of top notch, outstanding professionals. We look forward to another fantastic year of learning, sharing and fun!
Al Fong of GAGE gymnastics has proven his dedication to the sport of gymnastics through his commitment to athletes, coaches and families in his program and beyond. Al’s coaching education outreach includes clinics, blogs, articles and more that range in topics from parenting tips, coaching strategy and technique or business philosophy. Tumbl Trak is proud to be a part of Al’s professional “team”.
The Art of the Fall
If you’ve been in the sport for any length of time, you’ve either seen or heard of a gymnast getting hurt because she didn’t fall properly. The injury could have been prevented, but wasn’t due to a lack of awareness and training.
Falling goes hand in hand with doing gymnastics. It’s inevitable. [Read More]