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- Multi-use mats are ideal for teaching beginning gymnasts basic rolls and walkovers
- Polyurethane foam covered with 18 oz. reinforced, coated vinyl
- Multi-colors only
- Incline 15" x 33" x 24"
- Approximately 10 lbs
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15"H x 24"W x 36"L Incline Mat
- 15 inch H x 24 inch W x 36 inch L
- Sturdy construction
- Heavy duty vinyl
- Polyurethane FOAM
- Teaching tool
GSC incline learning Form Mat
Little gymnasts get a sense of tumbling and have fun at the same time on the GSC Incline Learning Form Mat. This colorful non-folding mat is lightweight and portable. Manufactured for active repetitive use, the exterior is constructed of heavy duty reinforced vinyl. The GSC Incline Learning Form Mat is designed with children (suggested age 2-4 years old) in mind. It measures 15 inches tall at its highest point, with a base that is 24 inches wide. The slope measures 36 inches. The filling is made of high quality polyurethane foam which is known for its firmness, durability and long-term wear.
Develop motor skills:
Perfect for smaller athletes, the GSC Incline Learning Form Mat allows them to experience the motion of tumbling backward and forward using the slant of the mat. Many gymnastics instructors find that training on the downhill incline allows children to develop their perceptual motor skills.
Coaches like it to teach proper form as kids learn the basics of tumbling and gymnastics. The GSC Incline Learning Form Mat is an excellent platform for children learning proper execution of front and back rolls, kick-overs and walk-overs. It’s also a great tool to teach back handsprings. More advanced gymnasts can use the height of the mat when mounting low balance beams. Just for fun, it’s also a great piece of equipment to use in an obstacle course! Parents like it for home use, for their kids to get in extra tumbling practice.
The vinyl covering provides a sturdy surface. The smooth exterior also offers quick and easy cleanup after use. The polyurethane foam allows for a comfortable cushion, while also providing firm support. The padding consistently springs back into shape even after repeated use. The lightweight equipment is a convenient size for easy portability and storage.
There's no need to go over budget. Competitively priced, the GSC Incline Learning Form Mat is an ideal piece of equipment forgymnastic studios, physical education classrooms, and home.
Top Customer Reviews
When I was told by the physical therapist that, because of my Parkinson's, I needed to work on my balance I looked for an incline similar to the one the PT department used. This inlcine has become my daily practice aid. I couldn't ask for a better, more stable tool to help me!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this to let my daughters use to practice gymnastics, but it's too small to do anything with. :(Published 12 months ago by Julie Hanson
It was a small little mat for Little children. No guidelines on the age appropriateness.Published 14 months ago by Diane P. Hamliton
My kids love this. It was a Christmas gift, they have lots of time being creative with with, sliding on it, and practicing gymnastics. It is very sturdy. Read morePublished on January 23, 2014 by Amanda Davidson
I don't think it was worth what I paid for it given the size...but I should have looked more carefully.Published on December 31, 2013 by A. Pfaff
Good product, a bit small if you are looking for something for a teen, This was the perfect size for my four and seven year old to practice their rolls.Published on October 19, 2013 by Patricia Higgins