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With the Hip Kip Trainer, gymnasts can easily learn the perfect technique for kips and hip circles. The Trainer fits over any standard Uneven Bars fiberglass rail.Recommended weight limit is 100 lbs. Please note, the Trainer does not fit onto the ... [ more ]
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 maple 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.
Chalky Hands is powder chalk in a cotton sack. It greatly improves grip for gymnastics, rock climbing, bouldering, weight lifting, and more. An ideal product for practicing bar skills more safely. It comes in a resealable bag as ... [ more ]
The Al Fong Spotting Block System is a group of lightweight, compatible, versatile blocks that are useful in all levels of gymnastics training. For years, Al Fong has produced championship level athletes using techniques and equipment ... [ 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 ]
The Jr. Kip Bar Stabilizers create a more sturdy and steady Jr. Kip Bar. They can be purchased at the same time or later when your child has grown and the bar needs the extra support.
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 ]
The execution of cast can make a big difference in the score of a routine if not done to the proper angle.