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port-a-table vs T Trainer

Tumbl Trak loaned equipment to the HPTC Camp in Idaho last week.

The most popular new piece of equipment was the T-Trainer.

Port-a-Table T-trainer

That’s it on the left.

We were able to compare the pros and cons of the T Trainer vs the apparatus it replaced, the port-a-table on the right. (no longer available).

Both are great.

The T Trainer starts at $764.15 right now.

… help train skills for vault, tumbling AND bars. Shaped like a vault top, springy like a Mini Tramp and as useful as a vault board …

The removable Suede Cover (sold separately), attaches by Velcro to the top, making it look and feel more like a traditional vault top. …

Denis Vachon wins Canada Cup

The DMT legend simply can’t retire. He’s back again. And looking great.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

In tumbling, Canadian men’s champion Jon Schwaiger of Burlington won the men’s title and Rachael Letsche of Great Britain took home the women’s gold. …

Defending Olympic champion Rosie MacLennan takes gold medal at Canada Cup

Shout out to Dennis Oppenlander of Regina who took bronze on Men’s DMT.

2yr-old boy dies falling from Tramp


Advise parents not to buy back yard trampolines. They don’t understand the risks. :-(

Commonwealths dropping Gymnastics?


“@GraceClick believes they are not adding trampoline. But keeping the current Gymnastics disciplines.

Jennifer Isbister checked the official website, finding that Gymnastics is listed. The exact gymnastics disciplines to be included is not clear.

___ original post:

This is the first I’ve heard. :-(

New sports and capping of numbers are on the agenda of the Commonwealth Games Federation as it seeks to keep the Commonwealth Games relevant in tune with modern times.

With the programme for Gold Coast 2018 already locked and basketball set to replace gymnastics, the CGF general assembly, to be held next year in Auckland, will determine the new structure besides voting on the host city for the 2022 Games.

Durban (South Africa) and Edmonton (Canada) are in the fray for the 2022 Games, while Wales has hinted at the possibility of putting up a joint bid with Cardiff, Newport and Swansea to gain the right to host the 2026 Games. …

Changes ahead for the Games

Leave a comment if you know more about Gymnastics being dropped for 2018.

animal acrobatics


Jason Burnett – 1st FIG quadrifus

Jason Burnett:

Last week I competed at the World Cup competition in Arosa, Switzerland. In the finals I competed a quadrifus pike (quadruple front flip, with a half turn, in the pike position), which has never been successfully competed before. I struggled to control my landing, and had to sub the rest of my routine, but still ended up in 5th place. …

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube. (quadrifus at 1min)

It’s inevitable that the top men will compete quadrifus. Jason is leading the way.

celebrating Olympic Day

Our Olympic Champion gets high. :-)

Thanks Brett.

superheros on Trampolines

Dangerous fun.

(via Kelly Thompson)

Trampoline trick basketball shot

This is cool.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

But is it real?

Does this kid truly have all those cameras running just in case he was to make that shot?

brainstorming the T-Trainer

I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on one of these new mini-tramp / Vault trainers. It’s a brilliant product.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.


Basic T-Trainer on sale right now for $764.

new giant underground trampolines

In Wales.

Giant trampolines inside a mammoth slate quarry cavern are the latest tourist attraction …

Bounce Below will open next month at Llechwedd in Blaenau Ffestiniog – the world’s first facility of this kind. The caverns, twice the size of St Paul’s Cathedral, will be lit up in a light show while visitors bounce on giant trampolines linked by a 60ft long slide. People will be delivered to the deep attraction by train.

The launch, which bosses hope will be done by British gymnastics star Beth Tweddle, follows the unveiling last week at the quarry of Zip World Titan – the largest zip line course in the world. …


Daily Post

Aaron Hakala – exercise ball

Skills taking off from an exercise ball are risky. Be careful, Aaron.

new product – Vault T-Trainer

Ask Al Fong.

He’ll tell you the best product ever developed by Tumbl Trak (after the Tumbl Trak) was the Porta Table.

I bought the last one before it was discontinued in 2006.

It’s back. But better, lighter and cheaper. ($764.15 right now)

t trainer

It’s a vault trainer. And it’s a mini-tramp.

Let me tell you it took years of prototypes to get this right. At one stage Tumbl Trak took it to Scott Morgan‘s gym to see if one of the strongest tumblers and vaulters in the world could bottom it out. He couldn’t. :-)

Click PLAY or watch the new T-Trainer on YouTube.

The top surface is made with our Xtreme bed material and measures the same as a vault table, (3’ x 4’). …

The removable Suede Cover (sold separately), attaches by Velcro to the top, making it look and feel more like a traditional vault top. …


There are not yet many in existence. But Tumbl Trak is taking preorders.

I’ll be touring with one at most of my events this summer.