Aug, 11, 2022
As mentioned in the previous article, the air tumble track is very convenient and therefore it is becoming increasingly popular. The air tumble track can be found in many gymnasiums and even at home. So, today we are going to introduce the different types of air tumble track.
The air track usually refers to a 1 metre wide rectangular air mattress and it is the most common and popular type of inflatable mattress as it is versatile and can be used for a variety of activities and gymnastic exercises. For example, you can practice yoga, kickboxing, dance, gymnastics, etc. on the air track. You can use it at home or take it outdoors. How practical! Usually, most air tracks are 90-105 cm wide, but of course there are also mega air tracks which are 200 cm wide. These extra large 2m wide air tracks provide extra space for activities and exercises and are therefore generally used in various professional gymnasiums. Usually, the air track used at home is 3 metres long, 1 metre wide and 0.1 metres thick.
What is the air spot?
The air spot is an air mat with a circular shape. As you can see in the picture, this is a round air spot with a diameter of 0.7 m and a thickness of 0.1 m. It is usually used as a landing point to help the user improve the precision of his movements. The air spot can, of course, be used as a jumping-off point together with the air track.
What are air blocks and air rollers?
An air block is a square air cushion. Like the air point, it is usually used as a landing point and can be used with other types of air mats. The air roller, on the other hand, is a common piece of equipment in gyms and at home, where it can be used as an aid for gymnastic training, such as back handsprings, back flips, front handspring exercises and obstacle courses. It is also quite popular for dance, yoga and body sculpting.
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