You should be able to find pictures of heavy and light gymnastics apparatuses on a gymnastics website or on Google pictures.
A gymnastics matt.
There are two different types of apparatus used in gymnastics. The first apparatus'es used are the heavy apparatus; these include rings, bars, and horse. The light apparatus'es used include the wands and dumb bells.
The heaviest apparatus in men's gymnastics are probably the pommel horse, parallel bars and vaulting table. The trampoline is very heavy as well although it is not a strict gymnastics event but a sport in it's own right. The rings still, when not suspended from a ceiling, are used in in a very tall ring "tower" which is heavy. Men's horizontal bar is relatively light compared to the other events. The heaviest of all would be the floor exercise since it is 40 x 40 feet in diameter and contains levels of plywood or other heavy material in addition to carpet and foam. In women's gymnastics the vault table is heaviest, then the balance beam and uneven bars, and then the floor exercise mat. The weight of the equipment is what makes opening and running a gymnastics school so complicated and expensive. For safety reasons gymnastics equipment must be maintained and kept safe at all times. Gym schools have to invest substantial amounts of money in order to keep their equipment up to date. Then there is the matter of moving and setting up the equipment. Because it is so large and heavy, moving gymnastics equipment is a major ordeal. Gymnastics equipment manufacturers have to dedicate entire teams to move, setup and breakdown equipment for major competitions such as the US Championships or the Olympic Games. There mats and child-sized gymnastics equipment that is designed for use at home but they are expensive and really not designed for high levels of skill. Instead they are designed for practicing basic elements for young (and small) competitive gymnasts. Most young gymnasts make do with a practice low-beam and small tumbling mat to practice cartwheels and the like.
Heavy Gymnastics - 1901 was released on: USA: April 1901
Because its more stable and the heavier it is, the more chance it won't move, If it was light it would just topple over where as being heavy the weight can hold and make sure its stable enough to tumble and do gymnastics on.
glass armor for light armor and umbra's armor for heavy.
* Floor beams are pretty light weight * Some smaller mats are light weight * springs for the vaulting spring board * the vaulting springboard isn't too heavy * beam padding is light weight
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it depends on what type of gymnastics heavy duty gymnastics like tumbling is not good for your joints but rhythmic or artistic maybe
Stratec makes a whole range of key blanks for light duty vehicles, heavy duty vehicles, and heavy equipment.
The best schools are the ones that hold accreditations. heavy-equipment-school.com/ Has a comprehensive list of schools that offer heavy equipment training.