The fitness machines are made of (FSC certified) hardwood Azobé (Bongossi)* and stainless steel and therefore have a very natural look.
* Bongossi, or better known as Azobé, is a particularly hard, very durable wood species and is mainly used for heavy structures that have to be able to withstand all kinds of weather.
The fitness equipment with a natural look and feel were developed by Michael Kuck. After many years of professional experience, this qualified sports scientist and carpenter has combined his scientific and craft skills to develop high-quality, functional fitness equipment made of hardwood (Azobé) and stainless steel. In cooperation with Train4Life we have developed activation modules to motivate the use of your outdoor fitness location and the correct use of the equipment. The signs with instructions for use are provided with a QR code and by scanning these you can view a sample video of the exercise.
All our fitness equipment is very robust and of very high quality according to DIN 79000.
The fitness machines are made of (FSC certified) hardwood Bongossi and stainless steel and therefore have a very natural look.
Board with instructions for use with QR code for example video about the execution of the exercise.
In cooperation with Train4Life we have developed activation modules to motivate the use of your outdoor fitness location and the correct use of the equipment. With your choice of equipment, we provide standard activation module BASIC. This consists of an instruction board with QR code with a link to your ‘own’ page with instruction videos of the equipment. As an extra option you can also choose for activation module COMPLETE.
This more extensive activation module consists of training programs for beginners, experienced and advanced users. We can also provide training and education for your instructors or goal group. Of course you can compose your own space for outdoor fitness but we also offer you the possibility of a complete setup of 2 types of courses: Classic course and Athletic course. These courses have been developed by sports scientist Michael Kuck himself.