Project JUMPoff – Faceoff 2014

It’s like a dance battle – with tumbling and trampoline. :-)

See more videos on their Facebook page.

(via Mike Jacki)

mini-tramp takeoff training device

The ‘Foam Dorado‘ allows gymnasts to train the optimum take off technique in safety, without concern for the flight which would results from the rebound. …

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

What do you think? Do we need this for TeamGym or Tramp training?

coach in Iceland

Yet another full-time job has opened up in Iceland.

We are seeking coaches for our TeamGym teams and also for our younger groups in artistic gymnastics, boys and girls. A season contract available (1.9.2014-1.6.2015) with the option of a longer stay. …

… located in the town of Keflavik, just 15 minutes drive from Keflavik international airport and about 30 minutes drive from the capital of Iceland, Reykjavik.

We offer a fair salary and a private apartment close to the gym …

Iceland

details (PDF)

A Trampoline Sports coach could coach TeamGym. I think. :-)

Thanks Rebecca.

more crazy TeamGym

The Power Tumblers look positively in control compared with the big trick TeamGymnasts.

“TeamGymnasts” … Is that a term?

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

(via Euro Gymnastic Equipment and Anders Jacobsen)

Michael Vu – Norway

Anonym sends links to these two incredible acrobatic feats.

The first, a Power Tumbling double front. 1/1 to Rudi!

Anonym says Michael was the first to do that trick in TeamGym. Or Power Tumbling.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

That video was in competition (2011).

Here is Michael training Full Full Half triffus off TeamGym mini-tramp. Nearly lands it.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

motor lift resi-pit

Bjorn linked to an install of one of those mechanical in-ground pits. Trampoline and pit.

motor pit

Click PLAY or watch one elevate on YouTube.

Amazing technology.

PE-redskaber A/S is in Denmark.

related – AMAZING motor lift resi-pit

tracking device for action sports

surfers, skateboarders (or skiers/snowboarders) won’t be feeling so left out of the tracking trend if this Kickstarter campaign hits its funding goal. Trace is a monitoring device for action sports practitioners to catch data on every wave, turn, flip, landing and so on — and a corresponding app so they track their performance and see how they rank against others. …

TechCrunch

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Those guys raised more than the $150,000 start-up money they needed. Looks like it’s going to be made commercially available by February 2014.

Jess from GymCastic linked to this. And asks whether we should be testing it with Parkour, Trampoline, Gymnastics, etc.

Leave a comment if you’ve used Trace or anything similar.