HOW TO MEASURE
1. GIRTH /TORSO is the most important measurement, start at the shoulder and go through the legs and back up to the starting point at the shoulder.
2 .CHEST measure the widest part of the chest making sure that the athlete's arms are down at their sides when taking this measurement.
3. WAIST measure the narrowest part of the torso, to locate the waist have athlete bend to their side, this would show you where their natural waistline would be.
4.HIP measure the widest part of the lower torso, making sure that the athlete's is standing with their feet together. Also be sure to measure the fullest part of their buttocks when taking their hip measurement.
Practicing with gymnastic straps is a great tool to learn giants (forward, backward and inverts) as well as tap swings for dismounts and other bar skills. Requires wrist bands that are not included.
Bar straps are to be used only under coaches' supervision. Bar straps are not for home use or to be used on a homemade strap bar. Straps are to be used on a smooth surface or PVC tube and not to be used directly on women's uneven bar. Wrist bands must be worn underneath bar straps. Discontinue the use of bar straps if the stitching comes undone, and straps become frayed or torn.