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Skill Builders

Locking down a skill and getting it perfect can be tough. That's why we offer a large selection of skill builders! Whether you're having trouble with something difficult or just needing a bit of extra help, we've got he skill builder for you!

Skill Builders

Locking down a skill and getting it perfect can be tough. That's why we offer a large selection of skill builders! Whether you're having trouble with something difficult or just needing a bit of extra help, we've got the skill builder for you!

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featured Training Tips - Train Smart

Gymnastics, tumbling, stunting and acrobatic arts involve complex movements that require many steps on the road to mastery. Tumbl Trak has all the goods to make those progresssions easier for both the athlete and the instructors. If your task involves helping athletes get higher, longer, faster, stronger then we have a mat or shape to help you get there. Round shapes like octagons, barrels and wheels are useful for encouraging optimal shapes for a given skill. Inclines and blocks are commonly used for helping athletes build speed or, give them a lever advantage. Regardless your challenge, you'll find shapes and skill builders that make learning fun, safe and rewarding.

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That time, when the competition beam was 7 inches wide!

When Master Coach and Tumbl Trak mentor Leonard Isaacs designed the Laser Beam, instilling confidence was a key component of the intention of the beam. The Laser Beam Virtual Competition surely highlighted how athletes can really elevate their confidence, evident in the execution of skills and personality in the many routines that wow’d us!

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Motivate, Accountability, Positivity, Wellness, Fitness, Responsibility

When we talk about personal fitness we embrace all these positive aspects of our own personal day to day improvement. We strive to be better and encourage our children to live stronger and healthier lifestyles. We know a fit body helps improve our minds and overall sense of positive wellness. We have a responsibility to ourselves, our families and our communities to make healthy choices and be positive.

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A Celebration to Remember!

This year’s National Congress in Providence Rhode Island will be recorded in the Tumbl Trak history books as one to remember as we celebrated our 30 year anniversary! Those who visited our booth in the trade show hall were able to take a stroll down memory lane with us and view our company timeline that included the years we introduced iconic equipment, like the Tumbl Trak, or began partnerships with gymnastics greats like Chellsie Memmel.

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Your Brain is Like Your Smartphone!

Gymnast Mindset is not ordinary mental training. We are a gymnastics specific, systematic program designed to help serious gymnasts succeed in and out of the gym. It’s that time of year again… Back to School! Summer practices are coming to an end, and our gymnasts are going to have to readjust to those long days of juggling gymnastics and school. These gymnasts have a lot on their plate, and often times we can see this transition negatively affect their gymnastics.

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Jam Pack Your Obstacle Course!

This summer, the Tumbl Trak event schedule was jam packed! We attended gymnastics, cheer, martial arts, special needs and fitness focused events and shows across the country, sharing education, equipment, and collaborating with industry folks. When we’re at shows, we really enjoy getting to know all the coaches, owners and athletes who stop by to ask questions, learn about new equipment or just say, “hi” at the tradeshow hall.

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The Al Fong Spotting Block System Story

I created the Al Fong Spotting Blocks System because of the way I taught bar skills back in the early 1980’s. To spot releases like jaegers and reverse hechts, I moved my pommel horse under the uneven bars, put additional folding panel mats on top and hoisted my gymnasts onto my shoulder to flip them around to catch the bar, or threw them over the high bar.

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