Need a wall in the middle of the room, the Air Barrel with Cradles is just the answer.
Back Extension rolls are important developmentally, rolling off the Booster Block and using an Open Shoulder Traininer will help with understanding the mechanics quickly.
The Forester Bar and Incline are a great side station to teach the Back Extension to Push-up- floor and bars in one station.
Understanding the body wave effect during the back handspring is crutial for development, this station is a great way to teach this.
Pit Pillows are great training aids for skills such as the beginner back handspring.
The TumblTrak is a safe way to get numbers in when working on shaping skills like the back handspring.
Back Tucks need hip lift, this station allows the athlete to learn to set first and flip second.
A back pullover using an Air Barrel is a fun station for beginners to keep the desired body shape for a future back tuck.
Using a Thera Band to create resisitance while learning to shape the back tuck- shins up and round back.