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Our Jr. Kip Bar is a gymnastics training bar for kids just beginning their athletic career. A perfect kip bar for home use, it features a 1-½ inch diameter solid beech wood bar and offers a good amount of stability for beginner to intermediate ... [ more ]
If you like our Jr. Kip Bar, you will LOVE our Jr. Bar Pro. The stable design will give your gymnast confidence when training new skills. This extremely versatile piece of equipment is great for all skill levels and ages in the gym or at home.
Our most versatile, high end training bar system that we offer. With 5 separate set up options, the uses are endless! 5 different set-ups in 1 Bar System! (1) Single bar, (2) Double bar, (3) Mini Unevens, (4) P-bars, or (5) Multi-Use Fun/Wall ... [ more ]
Tumbl Trak's Adjustable Height Parallette Bars are the only parallette bars on the market which feature height adjustments. Each bar can be raised or lowered to three different heights using an easy pull knob system. These bars are made to last ... [ more ]
This is no ordinary floor training bar! Gaining handstand control is a very important skill for beginners up through advanced gymnasts, and the use of a floor bar puts less stress on an athlete’s wrists. Gymnasts will appreciate the Velcro ... [ more ]
The Forster Bar is a training aid intended to help perfect shifting of the wrists for bar skills such as clear hips, giants, and back extension rolls. Bundle and save...receive free shipping when you purchase the pack of 2 or 5.
The Cast Trainer is a device that offers developing gymnasts a progressive approach to casting to a handstand. It is a super useful attachment to any of our Jr. Training Bars to help develop and train casting to a handstand.
An incredibly useful attachment to the Tumbl Trak for practicing bar skills and drills. The Frame Bar allows gymnasts to practice a variety of bar skills including handstand skills, uprises and several release moves.
The Quick Flex Bar allows for lots of repetitions when learning to hit a handstand with open shoulders. Bouncing off the stomach helps develop cast handstands, back uprise handstands, and front giants. When practicing Tkatchevs, a common occurrence ... [ more ]