Flexible to fit all user groups
A very effective form of exercise that combines the best activities of various sports, resulting in diverse and complete training sessions. Over the past decade this has grown to be the most popular fitness activity.
The basic exercises of Cross Training are the same regardless of the participant’s age or fitness level. It focuses on scalable resistance to match the needs and abilities of all users by changing the load and intensity whilst the exercises remain the same. It is based on the established belief that the specific needs of athletes and seniors differ by degree, not kind.
Cross Training exercises are all functional movements that represent the physical activities we do in everyday life, differing only in that they are focused and performed at a higher intensity. Normal daily movement is simply not enough on its own to develop strength and flexibility.
The outdoor fitness park is divided into four zones. Each zone offers a different fitness experience and that way targets a different user group - young or old. There is a street workout space for top athletes doing calisthenics. There is a zone for cross training and one for bootcamp, where also beginners, seniors, and even handicapped people can work out. The fourth zone is free space made for outdoor yoga or dancing classes. Overall the park takes up space similar to the size of a football pitch, but the capacity is much higher. More than 150 people can work out at the same time.