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Hey, guys. It's Mary, and this week's theme on SevenGymnasticGirls is either home gym equipment or gym tour. So I thought it'd be fun to show you guys my home gym equipment because I've gathered stuff throughout the years which I think is really good and fun to have at home. So hope you guys like it. Let's get started. OK, so the first thing I'm going to be showing you guys are my two mats. So this is the very first piece of equipment that I got, and it's 4-by-6 feet. It is good for landing because it's a little bit softer, but I do like this mat better and it's 4-by-8 feet. It's a little bit firmer and it's better for tumbling. One nice thing about having two mats is I can connect them so I can do long tumbling faster.
This last mat is an 8-incher, or a crash mat, and I like this because it's really good for landings. And something nice about it is that I can connect it to my other two mats and do skills on it. I was lucky enough to get this from my gym when they were replacing some of the old mats. So this is my mini-trampoline, which I use on my mats and also my bar.
For my mats, I'll usually do skills like front tuck, and on my bar, I will do kicks or handstand. I really like this piece of equipment because I can do skills that I don't quite yet have on the floor, and I need a little extra push from the trampoline. OK, so this is my beam, and it's eight feet long, and it's got a suede material, and it's also very stable. It's good for doing skills that you need to work on since it is a low beam, or skills that you want to have better form on, or just for having fun. OK, so this is my bar,...
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