1.The origin of gymnastics wall bars：
Gymnastics wall bars (also known as a gymnastics ladder, Swedish ladder, Swedish wall or as stall bars) were invented at the beginning of the 19th century by the Swedish teacher Per Henrik Ling who, when suffering from arthritis, realized the therapeutic potential of wall-bars exercise.
2.Materials for making gymnastics ladder：
Gymnastics wall bars are a multi-functional device, They can be manufactured in different sizes， made of lamellar beech timber.
3.The role of the Swedish ladder:
The wall bars have many uses and are widely used in gyms and schools. They are used simply for climbing and for coordination skills, particularly in primary school education. They are also used by more advanced gymnasts for resistance training, flexibility training or abdominal exercises. Gymnasts can hang from a higher bar with their back facing the bar and perform abdominal exercises, or hang facing the bar to stretch their back. Wall bars are also useful for parkour training. They provide several different heights to jump to and provide an area to jump off from.
4.Features of the Swedish wall:
The top bar is extended further than the other bars to facilitate exercises where the user hangs vertically. The bars are 40 mm thick and oval shape. An incline board or pull-up bar can be attached to the bars.
5.How to choose a stall bar:
There’s a simple principle that applies to wallbars: the higher and wider, the better. Long (wide) rungs guarantee a variety of new exercise possibilities. Wallbars, however, should not be too bulky, as space can often be limited in home fitness.
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