The color, the forms and the setting attract people to come and exercise
In the centre of Canberra, a new KOMPAN open air gym in Henry Rolland Park is considered an attraction. The combination of high-tech, easy-to-use equipment and the great location overlooking Lake Burley Griffin, has immediately established the fitness site as a popular spot to get trim and fit.
The tall, orange arch framing of the Cross Systems equipment from KOMPAN makes people curious, and the great functionality causes activity to follow. Numerous people stop by thanks to the site being centrally placed to where people live and commute, and more specifically, right next to a path used by runners and cyclists.
The app is really good, especially if you are confused about what you can do or how to do an exercise. It’s really detailed and has good animations.
Rob, Outdoor Exerciser
Outdoor fitness, free of charge and always open
Henry Rolland Park's outdoor cross-training stations promote functional training for all ages and abilities. There is no minimum physical entry level, meaning anyone (over 13) can use it - teenagers, mothers' groups, tourists and (of course) fitness enthusiasts.
The pull-up, parallel bars and suspension trainers offer over 100 different exercises. The most popular exercises are illustrated on easy-to-read signs to assist users, with even more inspiration found on the KOMPAN Fit app. The app can monitor your training stats and help you find exercises for a personalised workout based on individual needs. Overall it is a fresh approach to fitness, one free of confining walls and frustrating subscriptions.
PhysicalJoy of movement: motor skills, muscle, cardio and bone density
Social-EmotionalJoy of being together: teamwork, tolerance and sense of belonging
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