Aug, 18, 2022
If you know anything about inflatable mats, you will know that the most common type of mat is the air track, which is a rectangular inflatable mat, as it is the most widely used and can be used in all aspects of life.
However, if you have seen people training gymnastics, you may also know that there are different types of inflatable mats, namely the air track, the air spot, the air block and the air roller, and today I will focus on the air spot and the air block.
In fact, a round inflatable gymnastics mat is an air spot and a square mat is an air block, usually between 70cm and 140cm in diameter, while an air block is most likely 1m long. For example, the mat in the picture is an air block with a side length of 1 m. So, many people may wonder, are these two different mats used in the same way? What are they used for? Let's read on.
Are airspot and airblock used for the same purpose?
Airblock for gymnasts The airspot and the airblock do not look similar, but their basic function is the same. They provide a smaller but thicker pad to help you bounce higher and land smoother. the difference between the airspot and airblock is the design. The sleeker and more aesthetically pleasing rounded airspot makes for stunning pictures with its minimalist design. The larger, more angular airblock, on the other hand, is easier to stack on top of other airspots, thus helping you to take your amazing tricks to new heights. Both the airpoint and airblock provide you with a smaller target for more precise landings when practising gymnastics, jumps and tricks. Both can also be used as a launch pad when you start practising your amazing new flips and tricks on the ground, as the added height and bounce will help you gather enough momentum to ease you from the bouncy tumbling mat to solid ground and land accurately every time.
If you want to buy one of these gymnastic mats, I think you can come to Kameymall and pick it up. Here you can choose the colour and size of the mat yourself.
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