We have more than 20 years of experience in gymnastics and our Airtracks are used in thousands of homes around Europe.
If you need help selecting the right Airtrack for your needs, you are always welcome to send us an email at email@example.com
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An Airtrack is a really good training tool for gymnasts and used all over the world and by people of all ages. We got the smaller Airtracks for home use, and the larger models which are used by elite gymnasts or even at Airtrack competitions. Should you need a size larger than what we are currently offering in our webshop feel free to drop us a mail and we will get back to you with a price.
Here are 3 things to consider before you buy an Airtrack.
A higher Airtrack equals more bounce
When selecting your air track, you need to consider which high you want. Should it be one of the smaller 10 centimeters? A 15 cm model or a big 20 cm Airtrack? The higher the Air track is, the more power and bounce you get. If you are new to gymnastics it can be harder to use a 15 cm or 20 cm model compared to a 10 cm. But if you are a skilled gymnastic, you will likely have more fun using a higher model.
The length depends on what you want to train
As a ground rule, you should choose a length (and other equipment as incline mats, landing mats, springboards ect) that fits your need.
If you use it indoor at your home, or just train simple jumps, a 3-meter Airtrack is a good choice. For the more advanced jumps a 4 might be the best choice, and for jump combinations a longer Air track is preferred. Keep in mind that you can also use springs boards, incline mats or landing mats to increase the length of your Airtrack track. You can even put two or more Airtracks together for even more length.
Be practical when choosing your Airtrack
Some may be tempted to just buy the largest Airtrack they can find, but you need to keep in mind that a large Airtrack is heavier and harder to handle. A smaller one is easier to quickly pick up and go outdoor and setup.
Which the larger and longer Airtracks are great fun out in the garden during the summer, you will most likely not be able to use it indoor during the winter. Here a smaller version may be the best choice, since you can use it both indoor (in many cases) and outdoor.
Still in doubt which Airtrack is the right one for you? Give us a call at +45 71 99 96 95 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you.