Outdoor Adult Fitness Gym - a Social Distancing Solution to the Pandemic
Updated: Mar 1
In light of the well-documented health risks of physical inactivity, promoting regular active behavior is a public health priority. Physical activity is important for maintaining overall fitness and Stoneworks Specialist International Corporation aims to support that by building outdoor adult fitness products using composite solutions. It recognizes that members of a community have diverse fitness abilities so ensuring the right equipment to engage all levels can be challenging. Indoor gyms were the norm of physical activity with the likes of Anytime Fitness or Gold’s Gym leading the helm. However, the Covid-19 pandemic brought about a new normal centered around social distancing and large spaces which made indoor gyms less of a preference for safety reasons.
According to I-Min Lee, a professor in the Department of Epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, outdoor workouts are a safer option than exercising inside a gym during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to her, it’s more likely that any potential virus in the air will disperse if workouts were done outdoors.
Providing outdoor adult fitness spaces help get adults actively engaged in healthy activities again despite the pandemic. Creating a meaningful outdoor fitness space can be a challenge without the right information to help guide your choices. With pieces of equipment generally numbering between 5-20, the right choices are critical to ensure the community gets a well-rounded workout. Stoneworks Specialist International Corporation has the design research, tools, and products to create meaningful fitness spaces for all ages and abilities for your communities such as condominiums, residential houses or villages as it is a growing way to tackle the challenges of the pandemic. Remember, health is not just a pandemic-related phenomenon, it's our broader well-being.
If you are interested to know more about our adult fitness composite solutions, give us a call at (02) 8664 8370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.