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TFC Elevate [Pro] Beam with Couplings

TFC Elevate [Pro] Beam with Couplings

Regular price $275.00
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With more and more professional athletes using balance beams in their training, our team decided to create a textured beam that gives more grip for athletes with sweaty feet.

Whether it's a hockey player resetting their mind between periods or a basketball player fitting in beam work in a strength workout, the [Pro] beam is the weapon of choice.

Elevate [Pro] beams are offered in 4' and 6' lengths and the ability to add legs if you want to elevate your beam off the ground or angle it for an added challenge. Available in a custom textured green or textured black anti-slip powdercoating. 



- Aluminum beam with powder coat paint and laser etching

- A pair of cast aluminum couplings pre-installed

*Beam legs not included

For free videos on movement challenges to get you started on the beam click HERE

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
marie-josee chouinard
A bit slippery

I bought it so I can progress towards it after I bought the solemate( which I looooove). Maybe because my feet or sometimes cold, but I found that my heels tend to slip. It is not falling it is really slippery. Maybe I need trick.

Maribel Reed
Stable support

These cradles hold a round balance beam in a firm stable way.

Susanne Thom PT
6 foot pro beam

Fantastic product. Beautifully made, lightweight enough to be mobile from clinic to clients homes. Is holding up extremely well to a LOT of use! The finish feels great on the bottom of the bare feet and doesn’t scratch. Easy to store and just an all-around very versatile tool. Definitely recommend this for self-care or for use with clients

Kathy Kozmech
Love it!

I love this little beam! It’s small enough ( 2 feet long) that I can leave it out which results in me using it more often. Working on my balance with this is really fun and I like the grippy surface.

Esteban Levin
Green beam