Have you ever wanted to practice your precision jumps, but have no where to train them? Or maybe its raining outside, and your really itching to train. Perhaps you have somewhere to train them, but its high off the the ground and you don't want to practice there until you get the move down. These are three great reasons why you might want to make these trainers, and there are plenty of more.
These trainers are very simple to make, and you can make multiple sets in under an hour! also, they are very cheap to make, as you can use scrap wood if you have to.
strong wood (we used 2x4's)
screws that will go all the way through one piece, and half into the other. (we used 2 1/2 inch)
Chop Saw/Miter Saw
Pencil or Pen
Step 1: Measure and Mark your wood
the 20 inch piece will be for the bar you land on, and the 12 inch pieces for the support legs.
Step 2: Cut your wood
Step 3: Cutting Again!
Now, using a table saw, cut all 3 pieces in half long ways, so that you now have 4 short halves, and 2 long halves.
Step 4: Seperate the peices
at this point, you should have enough pieces cut to make 2 trainers, or 1 pair. start assembly by laying the pieces into two seperate piles, 1 long and 2 short.
then, set the short ones parallel on the floor, and the long one perpendicular on top of them.