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Jun, 22, 2022
So, you're thinking about buying an air track, but not sure what brand, style or size to get? As a fitness pro, I've done a fair amount of flipping on air track while also making sure every dollar is spent in the right place.
Buying an air track for your backyard is quickly becoming a safer and more cost effective option for exercise. For personal use, I highly recommend that you get the thicker air track. Because it is thicker, you do not need to place it on a padded surface (such as carpet or rubber flooring). Also, it comes with Velcro attachments so if you need to use a related skill or pass, you can buy another one and attach it together instead of lugging around 20 feet of air floor. By the way, you'll see a lot of people buying thinner air tracks for their backyards, and while that does save you a little money, you're basically taking a gamble because once you break the air track outside of warranty, then you'll have to spend extra money to repair it or buy a new one.
For trainers/gym owners
Since most gyms are equipped with some type of carpet surface and athletes either train in indoor shoes or barefoot, the chances of the air track getting punctured are greatly reduced. This means that for most coaches and gym owners, the most important factors to consider will be size and cost. My advice is simple: buy the longest and avoid using modular setups. This means instead of connecting two 10-inch air tracks together for use, just buy a 20-inch air track. Since most air tracks in gyms don't have to be deflated, inflated, and moved very often, portability is not a factor to consider.
If you need to buy a proper air track mat, I suggest you take a look in Kameymall, which not only has a variety of sizes of air tracks, but also a variety of styles for you to choose from.
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