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AAI has just released the NEW International ELITE Pommel Horse! You can order now from American Gymnast. This NEW flat top design enables the gymnast to use the full body of the horse to perform more difficult skills. Also, new Flat Top Pommels have been re-designed to fit the new flat top pommel horse body and conform to FIG specifications.
American Gymnast works with many customers to optimize their gym configuration. If you are starting a new gymnastics facility or updating an existing gym, let American Gymnast help you. We have developed a step-by-step method for helping our customers select the right equipment for their facilities, design an efficient equipment setup (now in 3D!), and purchase the products they need within their budget.
One of our customers, DREAMNASTICS is looking to sell their approximately 10-year old set of kids uneven bars that have rarely been used. They are in good condition, just not needed anymore. They have been disassembled and must be picked up from the DREAMNASTICS facility on Long Island. Asking price is $500 obo for them. First come, first serve. If you would like more pictures or information, please call (516) 829-8099 or email aglassman [at] dreamwellness.com.
Specials for June 2011 – Save 15% on the Junior Bar Pro (new product!), Junior Kip Bar, and the Cast Trainer accessory for those 2 items. Just enter the code AGSP611 into the coupon code area when you check out of the American Gymnast store.
The Junior Bar Pro is the newest addition to the line of home gymnastics equipment offered by American Gymnast. If you like it’s smaller cousin, the Junior Kip Bar, then you’ll love the Junior Bar Pro! This bar is much easier to set up (and take-down) and has a stronger and more durable frame.
From time to time, there are instances when an AAI product can be made even better, or revised so that a gymnast can use it to their best potential and increase their skill level. Recently, updates have been made to the Stratum Vault Board, the Ring Tower, and the Nylon Straps on the Floor Exercise Deck.
At the very end of the day today, I found out that there are 2 sets of AAI ELITE Uneven Bars and 3 Tac/10 Springboards available as Demo. They are all in great condition as they have only been used in a handful of meets this season. We have had numerous calls this week about demo items, so I’m making these couple of items available on our web site right now at great prices!
American Gymnast is already busy preparing for next season and I am excited to announce that we will have an event truck for the 2011-2012 season, providing equipment rental for girls AND boys meets in the Southeast. If you need an equipment provider for your competition, please click the following link.
In this gymnastics equipment video we will show you how to adjust the width and the height of your AAI ELITE Parallel Bars. These parallel bars are designed to meet all FIG, NCAA, and USAG requirements for competition.