Gymnastics Beam: When Practice Makes Perfect

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Your young gymnast will likelyGymnastics Beam try to use just about anything as a Gymnastics Balance Beam – the curb, the countertop, the railing, you name it.

To keep them safe and recreate their practice environment in your home, consider purchasing a practice gymnastics beam.

There are a few varieties, all low to the ground while still giving your athlete an opportunity to practice skills.

As an added bonus, those tricks they are scared to try on the high beam in the gym can be tried on the low beam in your own home (with a mat, of course) until their confidence is ready to take them to new heights in the gym in front of their coaches.

Several Varieties To Choose From

As mentioned, there are a few different varieties.  You can opt to go with suede for a feel similar to the one your athlete practices on in the gym, or foam for easy care and soft landings, or even folding varieties that can be stored away when not in use.

Some are nearly flush to the ground (raised an inch or two with a side that slopes down to the floor) and others mimic a high beam and actually provide your gymnast with an inch or two of clearance between the bottom of the beam and the floor (see featured products).

These practice beams cover a variety of needs.  We bet you’ll find one that works for you and your athlete!

The Gymnastics Folding Training Low Beam is a perfect beam solution for those of us who have storage as a high priority.

Very few people have the room necessary for a permanent beam setup, so this very lightweight, folding beam option may be just the solution you’re looking for. It’s even light enough that most kids can fold it and put it away themselves!

A Good Gymnastics Beam If You Have Extra Space

For those who are lucky enough to have a large basement or another area that a more permanent solution can be utilized then we think you should consider The Beam Store Pink Suede 8-Feet Gymnastics Balance Beam.

A Beam For Those With More Limited Space

This beam is not made to be disassembled often so make certain you have an area that this can stay in for long periods of time.  This beam is very sturdy and will last a very long time.

One feature we really like with this particular beam is that higher legs can be added to it in the future to raise the beam as your child advances!

Top Blog Photo by Raphael Goetter

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