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Why Every Physical Education Teacher Needs a Tri-Sport Net System

Benefits of Tri-Sport Net Systems for PE Teachers and Students
Why PE Teachers Need a Tri-Sport Net System for Mini-Volleyball Badminton and Pickleball

Lugging around heavy, awkward wheel-based net systems for your physical education classes can certainly get tiresome. But a tri-sport net system alleviates this burden to help you easily set up and store your PE equipment for mini-volleyball, badminton, and pickleball. If you still need more convincing to make the switch, here are four good reasons to replace your wheel-based net system for a tri-sport three-in-one upright.

Why Switch to a Tri-Sport Net System?

It’s Lightweight, Yet Strong

A tri-sport net system like the DG33: Tri-Sport Recreational Pole is made of strong, durable tubular steel, weighs just eighteen pounds, and does not require a net ratchet. This means you get the best of both worlds: a long-lasting net system that’s also easy to move around.

The Net Adjusts Quickly

An adjustable three-in-one net system provides quick set-up and conversion to mini-volleyball, badminton, or pickleball. A simple sliding collar lets you adapt the net height fast and easily all throughout the day. This is especially helpful when you teach students of different heights and grade levels.

Tri-Sport Poles Save Space

If you are like many PE teachers, you have a lot of equipment to store between classes. Choosing a tri-sport recreational pole over a traditional wheel-based system will free up more storage space in your equipment closet.

Introduces Fun New Games and Skills to Your Students

An adjustable tri-sport net system allows you to share three lifetime sports with your students that all teach ball, court, and net skills. Whether your class is playing mini-volleyball, badminton, or pickleball, these games offer great preparation for volleyball and tennis. Here are some more benefits of teaching your students these three games:

  • Mini-Volleyball: This sport was designed as an initiation to regular volleyball for young children who could not easily play on full-sized volleyball equipment. Mini-volleyball adapts the game to help teach to young children’s abilities. It was designed for physical-education classes and includes smaller equipment, simplified techniques, and easy adaptation to facilities.
  • Badminton: An Olympic sport since 1992, badminton is a great sport for any age. It is easy to learn, easy to play, and is a great social activity. It requires mental agility, aerobic stamina, speed and precision, making it an excellent trainer for tennis and volleyball.
  • Pickleball: Developed in a family backyard in the 1960s, pickleball is an uncomplicated game. It is played with a special perforated slow-moving ball over a tennis-type net on a badminton-sized court. This simple game can be played by all ages employing basic ball and racquet skills. Pickleball makes a great precursor or off-season game for tennis and volleyball.

Mini-Volleyball, Pickleball and Badminton Poles for Schools

Sports Imports understands that PE teachers like you frequently seek out youth sports with minimal equipment, setup, and storage. Our tri-sport mini net system offers quick setup and easy conversion for mini-volleyball, badminton, and pickleball in a safe, lightweight net system.