Three areas were created, and each featured a suitable piece of equipment from the KenguruPro range.
The Lower School had an existing bark play area along side a traditional park with playground equipment for the little ones. We selected the “KIDS-027-Khatanga” which being from the KIDS range allows accessibility for the younger age groups with a lower overall height for the frame. It’s a great piece for them to develop their motor learning development in a fun way.
For the Upper School, the equipment choice was the “K-031-Kola” which offered a more challenging structure for the older children.
In the covered area, we went with the “Pro Wall and Wall bars”. They provide the ability to carry out bodyweight exercises, plus attach resistance bands and suspension trainers. They were also set at different heights, to allow for the height difference of students.
Additionally, and to give huge flexibility in program delivery for the coaches, we supplied several medicine balls, slam balls, and powerbags, each with a varied load range for different abilities and ages.
Three fantastic areas that provide students and their teachers/coaches the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of exercise outside. The posts were finished in a dark grey accented with the Clamp colours in line with the schools’ colour scheme.
KenguruPro offers the opportunity to carry out many types of exercise with the human body. From stretching to resistance training to street workout/calisthenics onto even more challenging parkour.
It’s a voyage of discovery playing on the KenguruPro equipment, and everyone can improve through the different challenges that the equipment provides, plus finding solutions to these challenges also stimulates the mind not just the body.
Exercise programs are available for the students on the KenguruPro App, which is free to download.
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