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WPC Outdoor Fitness factory

09-10-2020, Saat: 07:07 AM
>>>How to Plan an Outdoor Fitness Park
Having designed several outdoor fitness parks, We present here a few steps to create a successful outdoor gym. As an example, I take one case we designed it in 2016, and it has been attracting many users every day, throughout the day. The lessons learned from creating this park can help you plan a better park in your city. So, let's move!
1. Know whom you plan for
Planning an outdoor fitness park is similar to designing any public place. The key is always to have in mind whom you plan for. Is the park located in the city center and serving a broad range of people, or does it intended to be used only by, say, senior residents in a suburban community?
I cannot overstate how important this step is. Many companies just neglect the user part. They pitch their parks based merely on looks and price. I have seen proposals (and sadly, real parks) so irrelevant to their surrounding, that I am sure the designer has never visited the location, let alone spoke with the local residents.
2. Ask the people
So you know for whom you are planning. Now go and talk to them. Don't fool yourself to be able to predict what people want to have in their neighborhood. You would be surprised how many creative ideas locals can come up with. Reach out, knock on doors, and invite people to meetings.
Unfortunately, many municipalities remember the participation phase only after making the design. They first pay planners and architects, only to then send a letter to residents with the proposal. That is too late and too little.
Meeting neighbors and asking them what they want to have in the project.
When planning the park, we first met the residents and local stakeholders: students, families, users of a nearby marine, and business owners. In a series of meetings, we planned the park together. They got to sketch their wishes on a map and discuss with neighbors about common dreams. We asked them WHAT they wanted, and later we figured out the HOW to do it.
Since the goal of the project was to build a fitness park, we made sure to ask active groups from the area. We consulted with the local gym staff, for instance, since they were enthusiastic to use the new park with their clients.
3. It cannot be only a gym
If your job is to build an outdoor fitness park, and all you offer at the end to users is a fitness park, then you probably going to fail. Outdoor Plastic Wood Fitness Equipment can prosper only when they are part of a public space that offers several options to people.
The Project for Public Spaces calls this concept "The Power of 10+". According to them, places thrive when users have a range of reasons to be there. Outdoor gyms are no exception. They get successful when there are many people around doing other things. Just like any great park: people like to see and be seen. Practicing alone in an empty gym is discouraging.
In our project, we have decided to add several active elements to the park to attract different groups of people. We wanted the hardcore sportspeople to have a place to practice. But we also wanted a place that works for the casual trainers, families, elderly, and children. In a relatively small space, we were even able to fit in a basketball hoop and a playground.
Play equipment can be used to sport, so different groups can use the park.
Also, we made sure that the elements can be used in multiple ways:
The horizontal bars are used to play and as fitness equipment.
The hopscotch court is not used only by children: I have seen trainers doing pushups and jumps.
The central calisthenics equipment was placed on a rubber surface so that children will also be able to climb on (and safely fall from) it.
4. Make it beautiful
Until now we spoke about the functionality, but public spaces should also be interesting and intriguing. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and it is hard to satisfy everybody. However, I have a rule when planning public spaces in general, and fitness parks and playgrounds in particular: make it interesting.
Unlike other public spaces, when planning active parks, it is easy to get away with crazy designs. Usually, planners do not use creative designs for public spaces. It is an easy way to keep everybody satisfied, but it creates boring and monotonous cities. That is why I urge you to add a bit of color.
For the park, we have decided to use vermilion orange across the entire park. The park is located by a marine and vermilion orange is used as a base color for painting ships. A continuous line connects the different elements in the park. The design invites different users to use the entire park, unlike contemporary designs that separate functions (sports field, playground, sitting area).
To sum up, planning an outdoor fitness park is not much different from making other public spaces. You must involve the residents and think out of the box. At the end of the day, everybody can place fitness equipment in the public space, but making public gyms interesting is a whole different task.
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Address:Yangwan Industrial Area, Qiaoxia Town, Yongjia, Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China.WPC Outdoor Fitness factory

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