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The latest company news and information from American Gymnast, LLC

New GymABstics Program Coming Soon!

Since the release of our GymABstics program, thousands of people seeking something different with their workouts were introduced to what I believe to be the most effective form of getting [...]

American Gymnast – Fueling the Flame

As we are approaching another Olympic year (only 363 days from today until the Opening Ceremonies in Rio!), I started thinking about all the gymnasts around our country training to [...]

Price Increase Coming Soon. Order Now and Save

Coming September 1st, there will be a significant increase in prices on most all of our gymnastics equipment and mats.  So, what that means for you is that if you have [...]

American Gymnast Adds Strength and Fitness Product Line

American Gymnast is excited to announce its new Strength and Fitness concept at http://www.GymnasticsStrength.com, featuring an entire product line for general fitness, weightlifting, gymnastics and bodyweight strength training. From it’s inception, American Gymnast has been an industry leader in promoting gymnastics exercises and products that utilize bodyweight for strength development and emphasize core conditioning.

American Gymnast Opens New Location

American Gymnast has announced the opening of a brand new location based in Chesapeake, VA. The new office will operate as American Gymnast North and will be managed by Rick Walker, servicing customers throughout Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland.

2014 American Cup Gymnastics Equipment for Sale

The 2014 AT&T American Cup will take place March 1, 2014 in Greensboro, NC where you'll see some of the world's top gymnasts competing on the very best AAI ELITE line of equipment and mats. Now you can take a piece of the action home with you! Check out our demo price list and contact American Gymnast at 1-877-789-2267 to purchase

How to Stay Committed to Your Training

In this article, Dr. Patrick Cohn explains how to keep athletes committed to their training. He lays out 3 ways athletes sabotage their own commitment, and how to recognize these sabotages so the athlete can overcome them.

Frame Bar vs. Quick Flex Bar for the TumblTrak

The Frame Bar and Quick Flex Bar are the most popular accessories to attach to your Tumbl Trak. But, how do you decide which one is best for your gym? The Frame Bar can be attached to any of the Tumbl Trak brand Tumbl Traks, while the Quick Flex Bar can not be attached to the In-ground Tumbl Trak or Porta Trak. Watch our product videos and read further descriptions below for more details on each of these essential Tumbl Trak accessories.

2013 Gymnastics Gift Guide

Welcome to your gymnastics gift guide for the 2013 holiday season - brought to you by American Gymnast. This video will give you some great ideas for the perfect gift for your little gymnast this holiday season. We overview 6 different categories of products, showing you our top sellers and significant differences between each of the products that you might be considering. Get the perfect gymnastics gift at http://www.american-gymnast.com/shop/Holiday-Gift-Ideas-C89.aspx.

ELITE Kids Gym Equipment – New Colors and Accessories

The newly updated ELITE Kids Gym Equipment line is now available online through American Gymnast.  With fresh new fun colors, a whole line of accessories and updated matting, the ELITE [...]

3 Reasons to Get Gymnastics Equipment in August

Summer break has flown by and kids all around the country are getting ready for the back-to-school and gym season! As we enter August, I want to give you 3 great reasons it's time to buy your gymnastics equipment this month from American Gymnast.

Graphite E (Soft) Rail To Be Used Next Season

After the 2013 JO National Championships, the 407-352 Graphite E (Soft) Rail will become the standard uneven bar rail used in J.O. competitions throughout the US. This flexible rail provides the feel of wood with the strength and resiliency of fiberglass. It is manufactured with less Graphite strands, making it 15-17% less rigid than the current Graphite X Rail.

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