Rotational Jump Training System
An essential coaching tool
and resource for figure skaters of all ages, sizes and abilities that
helps to increase the skill level of jumping and lift maneuvers while
reducing the typical training time required.
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What is the Dual Rotational Jump Training
E.S.I.'s Dual Rotational Jump Training System is an innovative
figure skating coaches looking to give their figure skaters the
competitive edge in competition. The system is used to help
figure skaters build confidence as they start to learn new figure skating
maneuvers, jumps, tricks and lifts. As the figure skaters confidence
grows, their reliance on the jump training harness lessons. The
Dual-Rotational Jump training harness will significantly reduce
learning times for new jumps and help skaters to perform more
proficient in a shorter period of time. The full adjustability of the
jump training system allows it to be used with multiple ages, skater
sizes, ability levels and coaches.
The Benefits of Using the Dual-Rotational Jump Training Skate Harness System Include:
- Reduced learning time for jumps.
- Keeps figure skaters straight while in the air.
- Keeps figure skaters in position for a safe landing.
- Minimize injuries to the skaters as the trainer can always
catch the fall.
- The dual-rotation allows trainer 360 degree mobility
around the skater.
- The Dual Rotational Jump Training skating harness is
adjustable for all ages, sizes and skill levels.
- Complete installation of and training included by our own in-house
- Very affordable systems since we complete our own installation
- Stronger and more durable than any other skating system
on the market today!
- The only jump harness system that exceeds the OSHA and ANSI
standards for fall protection and horizontal life support systems!
What Jumps Will
the Dual Rotational Jump Training System Help With?
- Axle Jumps - Single Axle, Double Axle, Triple Axle, Inside
Axles, One Foot Axles, etc.
- Loop Jumps
- Waltz Jumps
- Flip Jumps
- Toe Loops
- Lutz Jumps
- Walley Jumps
Why Choose the Dual-Rotational Jump Training Skate
- All individual components used in the design and
installation of the Dual-Rotational Jump Training skate harness
system are capable of holding at minimum an excess of 5,000 lbs.
Our system is designed so that at no time will it's use ever exceed
1/5 of any components listed breaking strength. The selection of
our materials sets E.S.I. apart from our competition in that all
materials exceed the fall protection standards set by OSHA, ANSI,
ACCT, CWA and other associations that set standards for fall
protection systems for individuals, participants and employees. In
addition we only use products and components in their intended
manner. We do not take components from other industries such
as the sailing industry, garage door installation equipment, and
fence installation and applying them to fall protection - we are using
rated fall protection
equipment approved for the support of human beings (live loads).
- Our padded waist belt and spreader bars are custom
manufactured for use by figure skaters by a company known for
providing fall protection systems for a wide range of educational,
recreational and industrial uses.
- Our padded waist belt is designed to be fully adjustable
and easy to use. It features: a single quick locking buckle system,
allowing the skater easy access in and out of the harness: a 3"
padded waist belt, for comfort and multiple hook in points.
- Our multiple hook in points will accommodate any size or
age of skater. The multiple hook in points also allow any skater to
perform a jump and always remain in the proper position.
Additionally, multiple hook in points allow our system to be
adaptable to more types of jumps and skating maneuvers than
systems with only a single hook in point.
- The overhead spreader bar is made from a light weight
nylon rod, as opposed to the steel bar we have encountered in
- Our stainless steel rotational swivels spin on oil encased ball bearings,
for a positive response when the figure skater is in the air performing a
jump. Additionally, these swivels are manufactured and intended
to function smoothly under loads.
- The rope used with the jump training system is 11mm Low
Stretch Static Rope manufactured for fall protection and features
low elongation and high abrasion resistance. Some of our competition
uses clothesline and polydacron rope to support the life of your
skaters. A use not approved of by the rope manufacturers.
- All components of the overhead system, the pulley and
cable, are backed-up with redundancy for extra protection.
- Most importantly- every component of the Dual-Rotation
Jump Training Skate Harness System is manufactured and
assembled using only products that have been designed and
engineered to support human weight. All materials meet OSHA and ANSI
minimum standards for personal fall arrest systems. Our
competition uses sailing pulleys and garage door pulleys not
manufactured or approved for the use of supporting live human
- We provide a 5 year guarantee on all materials and
workmanship on every installation of the Dual Rotational Jump
Jump Harness System Components
All individual components used in the design
and installation of the Dual-Rotational Jump Training skate
harness system are capable of holding at minimum an excess of
5,000 lbs. Our system is designed so that at no time will it's use
ever exceed 1/5 of any components listed breaking strength. The
selection of our materials sets E.S.I. apart from our competition in
that all materials exceed the fall protection standards set by
OSHA, ANSI, ACCT, NFPA, CWA and other associations that set
standards for fall protection systems for individuals, participants
and employees. In addition we only use products and
components in their intended manner. We are not taking
components from other industries such as the sailing industry,
garage door installation equipment, and applying them to fall
11mm Low Stretch Rope
3/8" Galvanized Wire Rope
Dual Wheel Cable Pulley
Stainless Steel Ball Bearing Shackle
Overhead View of Installation
Types for Installation
Our figure skating harness system can be installed in a
variety of building types. While steel truss systems are the ideal
for installation, many concrete and wooden truss systems can also
accommodate a jump training harness system.
What Are the Costs for
Installing a Jump Training System:
There are many costs that go into operationalizing a jump
training harness system for figure skaters. Each ice arena facility
and building design is individual in nature and will need to be
evaluated for appropriate installation options. Below is some
general information concerning costs.
- Site Evaluation: If E.S.I. is selected to
install your skating harness we will either need to visit your site to
determine the most appropriate location for installation, or we will
need to review structural drawings and photographs of the ice
rinks and ceiling structure. In cases where a site visit would prove
to be too costly specific measurements will need to be taken by
the ice rink and provided to E.S.I. in order to get a specific quote.
- Design: Due to the vast number of
different rink designs and support structures found in Ice Arenas
most installations have some custom component. Typically this
custom component is the clamp or unit that attaches directly to
your rinks existing I-beam or overhead truss system. Many Ice
Rinks have drop ceilings or solar panels installed above the ice.
In these instances the custom clamping system needs to be
manufactured long enough to hang below the drop ceiling.
- Materials: All materials used by E.S.I.
are corrosion resistant and designed, and manufactured to
support no less than 5,000 lbs. With most components far
exceeding that strength requirement.
- Labor: All labor is provided by an E.S.I
employee who has installed dozens of these systems. We do not
hire subcontractors to install our systems.
- Training: Staff training is imperative
and required of any new organization purchasing a harness
system from Experiential Systems, Inc. Training is typically two
hours in length, is experiential in nature and covers the set-up, use
and maintenance of your new jump training system.
- Insurance: E.S.I. is fully insured. We
carry a two-million dollar General Liability and Completed
Operations policy with an A++ rated company, and Workers
Compensation coverage for all employees.
- Travel Expenses: Travel expenses
will vary based on your facilities location. Mileage is billed at $0.42
a mile, round trip; Lodging is charged at the billed rate; Meals are
billed at $35.00 per day; any airfare or rental car rates will be billed
at the rate charged.
Cost: While the Dual Rotational Jump
Harnesses Systems typically cost between $2,200.00 and
$2,600.00 installed. Many price quotes may come in either lower or
much higher due to the specifics of your building design and
location of installation.
* Engineering Plans are occasionally required for special
customized buildings and may be required by some local building
associated with this step is dependant on the complexity of the
design and location of installation.
Figure Skating Links
P.O. Box 188
Lansing, IL 60438
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