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Tumbl Trak™ Half Rounds are a versatile gymnastics training tool with a variety of applications for gym and home use.
Kids won’t be able to resist Tumbl Trak’s new Balance Challenge. Similar to a seesaw and a balance board, this product requires children to maintain their upright balance as they shift their weight from side-to-side.
Tumbl Trak’s™ 4-foot Sectional Balance Beam, for gym or home use, is the perfect balance beam for kids just getting started in gymnastics. It helps gymnasts gain confidence in walking and training beginner skills on a 4-inch beam and is ideal ... [ more ]
The Air Barrel is a versatile tool to teach gymnasts, cheerleaders and dancers body awareness and control. Unlike traditional foam shapes that absorb energy, the Air Barrel is bouncy, which gives athletes a little more help when learning their ... [ more ]
Encourage children to take a walk above the clouds with Tumbl Trak’s Cloud Leapers. Add air to the clouds to make them extra puffy and to offer a variable surface for children to improve their physical coordination and dynamic balance skills. The ... [ more ]
Tumbl Trak’s Balancing Boulders come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Ignite children’s creativity and imagination by asking them to leap from boulder to boulder. Each size Balancing Boulder is sloped and has a grippy tactile pattern on ... [ more ]
The Laser Beam by Tumbl Trak™ is a 7-inch wide floor training beam for gym or home use. Clearly marked lines and numbers provide visuals that teach gymnasts how to shift their balance of movement during different phases of various skills. Two ... [ more ]
Tumbl Trak’s™ Brianna Beam is the perfect gym or home use beam for gymnasts to work on new balance beam skills. Parents and coaches love its sturdiness and ease of assembly (no tools needed) and gymnasts love the feel and look of the beam, ... [ more ]
Create imaginative games that allow children to cross over the bridges by walking on the ladder rungs or to practice their snake crawls under the bridge arch. When the pieces are placed on their sides children can use the flat edge as a pathway for ... [ more ]