This package includes the following:
(1) Jr. Kip Bar
(1) Jr. Practice Mat
(1) 1.2m x 2.4m Tumbling Mat
(1) Bar Pad
(1) Sectional Beam
(1) Medium Folding Incline
(1) Pair of Standard Sliders with FUNditioning Video
Bear and pillow are NOT included.
How much space with all this equipment need?
The Begin with the Basics Package can easily fit into a large bedroom or basement gym area. The Jr. Kip Bar will need at least a 1.2m x 1.8m space and the Sectional Beam will need a 1.2m x 1.2m space and the Folding Incline will need a 0.9m x 1.8m space.
What types of skills can my athlete practice on the Jr. Kip Bar?
The Jr. Kip Bar is great for strength skills like pull-ups, chin-ups, leg lifts, straddle holds, tuck holds. There are also many good drills for casting, supports, back and front hip circles, stride circles, cuts, shoot throughs and undershoots that can be done on the Jr. Kip Bar. And, don't forget very basic swinging skills like taps swings.
What type of skills can my athlete practice on the Sectional Beam?
One Sectional Beam is 1.2m long and can be used for a variety of leaps, jumps, turns, splits, handstands, cartwheels onto or over, and rolls. Many people purchase an additional Sectional Beam to increase the length and variety of skills they can perform.
What types of skills can my athlete practice on the Folding Incline in the open position?
When the Inclined in open, skills like forward & backward rolls, tucks, pikes, straddles, handstand rolls up and down, handstand bridge from floor up the wedge and kick over, cartwheel down, limbers and walkovers down.
What types of skills can my athlete practice on the Inclined when it is in the closed or folded position?
Handstand against the edges, bridges with feet up, jump on and off, over splits, feet on for pushups, up against the Sectional Beam with feet on to practice handstand shapes.
24 Months on material and workmanship.