AAI Octagon Foam Shape - 20 x 28 Inches *** Includes the 20" x 28" Mat Only

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Product Details

The AAI® 20-in x 28-in octagon foam shape can be used to help develop coordination, basic skills and balance. It's constructed with polyurethane filler and an 18-oz vinyl cover. Product does not ship as pictured. You will receive a 20" X 28" mat only.

Features



  • Size: 20 in x 28 in
  • 18-oz vinyl covers
  • Polyurethane filler
  • Snaps for connecting to other pieces

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AAI Octagon Foam Shape - 20 x 28 Inches *** Includes the 20" x 28" Mat Only
 
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5.0

I would buy this product again

By Amanda the cheer coach

from Miami, FL

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy to learn with
  • Easy To Move
  • Good Cushion
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Competition
    • Drills
    • Safety
    • Soft Landing
    • Strength Training
    • Warm Ups

    Comments about AAI Octagon Foam Shape - 20 x 28 Inches *** Includes the 20" x 28" Mat Only:

    The way you use this product is by using it to learn how to do a backhandspring using the barrel roll to support your weight. It also really helps to learn how your ody will react to doing an actual backhandspring. I personally used it when i was learning to tumble and now i am a coach and would recommend it for any cheerleaders who are scared to try alone or cant and would like to build strength and technique (if used properly, not just flopping on it).

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