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Texas Trampoline 9'x16' Recreational Trampoline

Safety concerns

R Smith

Pros: Quick shipping

Cons: Poorly constructed

I purchased this early June 2011 and by July 2011, the frame broke with my daughter using it hurting her ankle.  Texas Trampoline was quick to send out two new pieces (not a new frame), which resulting in my ex and my daughter having to disassemble the wracked frame and replace one complete end, then re-spring the unit.  Texas Trampoline refused to address the injury caused by their...
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Texas Trampoline 9'x16' Recreational Trampoline

Texas Trampoline 9'x16' Recreational Trampoline

“ I purchased this early June 2011 and by July 2011, the frame broke with my daughter using it hurting her ankle.  Texas Trampoline was quick to send out two new pieces (not a new frame), which resulting in my ex and my daughter having to disassemble the wracked frame and replace one complete end, then re-spring the unit.  Texas Trampoline refused to address the injury caused by their...” --R Smith

0% Positive Reviews
Gibson Stall Bar

Gibson Stall Bar

“This is great for training, I mean people of all levels benefit from this. And it's not too hard, that younger/newer gymnasts are able to use it. And it takes up very little room. Just against a wall it stands =p.” --Gymchamp

100% Positive Reviews
TumblTrak Tumbl Trak

TumblTrak Tumbl Trak

“This thing is probably the most used thing in my whole gym. It's great for learning skills, especially combination tumbling, and double salto's. I mean it helps a ton w/ confidence, just put a mat at the end and there you go! =p” --Gymchamp

100% Positive Reviews
Tramp Master Mini Tramp

Tramp Master Mini Tramp

“The tramp came with 1/2 page of instructions on putting the mat on.  It was very confusing.  I still have not figured out where to hook the springs.  In addition, the stabilizer bar is different than the one in the picture.  The one in the picture have holes for the bar that are not directly on top of each other.  The tramp I received has holes directly perpendicular to each other so the bar...” --JMilborn

0% Positive Reviews
Norberts Rotator Twisting Belt

Norberts Rotator Twisting Belt

“My gym has one, and all it does is lay around. You know why? Because twisting can be learned, at first, by just spotting the ground. And making sure you aren't twisting early. And that's the easiest way to learn it. Using this belt takes time and effort, and if you have a large team you are probably not likely to be able to use it....” --Gymchamp

0% Positive Reviews
Norberts Spotting Belt

Norberts Spotting Belt

“Umm... This is great if you are learning giants/peaches on high bar. All you do is attach some bungie cords to them. And then ... Ya... But you will need 2 spotters... If you wanna learn how to actually do it like then you should just give me a message =P” --Gymchamp

100% Positive Reviews
TumblTrak Sweet Spot

TumblTrak Sweet Spot

“it slides around on the floor surface, and does too much of the work. if you need that much help on a skill you shouldnt be working it. it makes it that much harder to transfer it onto the actual floor” --BookshelfBra

0% Positive Reviews
Bosu Trainer

Bosu Trainer

“I love this thing because you can do push-ups on it (either side up) to add a unique challenge to boring pushups and strengthen your stabilizer muscles. You can put the flat side down and do crunches on it. You can put the round side down and stand on one leg to really strengthen your ankle supporting muscles, and many, many more options. I love it.” --Lola

100% Positive Reviews
Ten-O DV2393 Instructional DVD

Ten-O DV2393 Instructional DVD

This is a ring strength instructional dvd.

Ten-O CC6

Ten-O CC6

This is for strength training.

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