Part of a vast regeneration scheme aiming to improve the quality of life of the residents, this large recreational space offers plenty of options.
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Multi-Purpose Fitness Frame
The Multi Purpose fitness frame is designed for a total body work out which encourages the use of natural body weight exercises to help develop core strength and confidence. Suitable for differing abilities and up to 5 users at any one time, it will help the experienced user to build strength gradually or offer a gentle introduction to functional fitness for beginners who want to train at their own pace.
It’s also a great tool for personal trainers who are looking into running individual or group training sessions. The frame is also suitable for resistance training using bands. Crafted from powder coated steel, with no moving parts or exposed bearings the multi-purpose fitness frame requires limited maintenance and is certified to the EN16630 standard.
A low bar for a basic bar jump. Useful for developing agility and training thigh muscles.
The chin up strengthens thigh and shoulder muscles and is a form of pull up utilising a underhand grip.
The low bar can be used to anchor the feet for crunches. An abdominal exercise similar to a sit up.
Train your chest and triceps with the dip frame. A pair of fixed parallel bars.
Hanging Leg Raise
Utilise the chin up bar to perform a hanging leg raise, working the abdominal muscles and thighs.
Make use of the low horizontal bar for the hover decline or plank, to work the abs.
Human Flag Post
a narrower vertical bar allows for improved grip for this impressive maneuver.
A shoulder height horizontal bar allows for the inverted row, a modified pull up which works the lats and biceps.
Take the chin up to the next level by performing a muscle up on the high horizontal bars.
Pull Up (Wide)
Use the side of this fitness frame to perform a wide pull up.
Push up on a decline with the low horizontal bars.
Utilise the vertical pole to support your weight and work the thighs with the stretch squat.
Step up onto the step attached between the parallel bars.
The shoulder height horizontal bar can also be used for the triceps ladder exercise.