Aug, 09, 2022
In the picture, it is a season of ripe fruit and an elegant lady looks so graceful doing exercises on a blue mat. Paired with the green grass and golden leaves, it couldn't be a more beautiful picture.
If you read my articles regularly, you will know what this mat is. This blue mat, which is 4 metres long, 1 metre wide and 10 centimetres thick, is an air track, which is actually an inflatable gymnastics mat. The air track has a beautiful appearance, more functionality, a softer surface and more elasticity than a traditional gymnastics mat.
Keeping the mat safe
The gymnastics air track is an important piece of gymnastic equipment for staying safe when practising gymnastic skills. However, simply having a gymnastics air track and practising on it does not necessarily mean you will avoid injury. However, using the air track incorrectly can make your training just as dangerous, or perhaps even more dangerous, than training without it - after all, with the air track you will undoubtedly be more off guard. Therefore I think you need to know how to stay safe on the gymnastics air track.
Check the air pressure of the mat regularly
One of the first ways to stay safe on the gymnastics air track is to regularly check the air mat for problems. Firstly, your aerials should be properly inflated and not have too much or too little air. Too much air pressure can make your aerobar too stiff. If you land hard on it or on an air cushion that is too stiff, you run the risk of bursting any weak joints. Too little air pressure in the air rails will not cushion you and will cause you to sink into the air rails, thus throwing you off balance.
If your air cushion is placed outside, it is even more important to check the air pressure in it. Heat can affect the air pressure in the track, making your air rail stiffer and more pressurised. Conversely, cold air will reduce the air pressure in the air rails. However, leaks can also cause the air pressure in your air rails to drop, so you should check these regularly. Occasionally check your entire air rail for any signs of wear and make sure there aren't any threads or thinning seams.
Thin seams can be thickened before they cause any damage to your air rails, so it's best to catch these problems as early as possible. Also, any direct heat will melt the air track slightly, creating what looks like bubbles somewhere on your air track. Also, bubbles in the fabric do not mean that your air rails are unusable. However, they should be repaired if possible, as air bubbles are a weak point and can burst if you land too hard on your air mattress.
Of course, for the air track to be more durable and reliable as well as to ensure your safety during training, perhaps you should pay attention to the quality of the mat you originally purchased. That's why I'm recommending a reliable shop today, Kameymall, which sells really good air tracks.
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