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Since the introduction of our Mini Bar over 15 years ago, it's introduced to the sport a generation of young gymnasts. It's also been the bar most frequently copied by other manufacturers. Here's why:
• STABILITY: Engineered so costly additional parts or weights aren't needed. All height adjustments are secured with snaplock/spinlock combination. No rattling or shaking.
• PRACTICALITY: Bar height settings range from 38" to 58" in 3" increments. 48" width between bases accommodates standard size matting.
• AFFORDABILITY: Excellent product, reasonably priced. Nothing extra to buy. We even supply an Allen wrench for easy minimal assembly.
• MOBILITY: Our Mini Bar is preferred by mobile gym operators because it's so easy to put up and put away.
Let kids imagine they live in a giant's world while they learn balance and coordination. What child doesn't like to walk or balance on a curb? Great for early gymnasts, too! Lightweight but firm enough to hold an adult. 6 1/2' long x 10" wide at the base with a 4" wide training top. Low to the ground. Only 7" tall and weighs just 10 lbs. Washable and durable for years to come. A colorful, fun asset to any gym -- and a kid magnet. Be a kid again with the Crayon or Pencil Balance Beam. Crayon Beams are available in Red, Green or Blue. Price includes shipping inside the continental US (lower 48). Alternative colors (orange, yellow, pink & purple) are available at the $241. These normally ship in 3 to 4 weeks.
They stick to carpeted floors like glue! First introduced in 1988, these strips are great for learning cartwheels, lining up classes, directing traffic, obstacle courses and many other situations around the gym. The 4" wide hook and loop fastener sewn to a colorful vinyl strip is hemmed all around. No raw edges like other brands. They are sold in random colors in sets of 4 or 13. Ships via UPS. 8 feet long.
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