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We all know the benefit of exercising and now with the range of exercise stations from Fitness Trails® there’s an easy and cost-effective way to exercise while having fun outdoors. Councils and schools around the country are realising the benefit of providing free outdoor exercise equipment—and Australians are loving it!

Busselton, WA—this self-guided system in this picturesque location, allows for use with, or without, supervision.

 

Robe, SA—locals are delighted with the newly installed Fitness Trail® in the Robe Street Recreation Park. The park also features several recycled-plastic settings—for those who prefer to take it easy. ‘The equipment has been a tremendous success. It is being used by various groups, and some young mums are out there before the sun rises and again after work most days.’ Cr Jenny Matthews, District Council of Robe.

 

The City of Canterbury, NSW—selected a Separated Exersite™: four stations each containing different ranges of exercise equipment. ‘The Separated Exersite™ was carefully chosen because of its durability, ease of use, appeal to a diverse range of users, and previous success by other councils and schools’. The Mayor of the City of Canterbury, Cr Robert Furolo MP

 

To raise awareness of global warming Townsville rotary clubs challenged primary school students to collect points for their school by participating in activities such as turning off lights and appliances, and having shorter showers. The initiative won the Rotary Club of Thuringowa Central, a prize in the Australian Women’s Weekly Environmental Heroes competition which they donated towards an Exersite™ fitness station for the winners—Kirwan State School.

Fitness stations are not only a fun self-guided way to exercise, but as they are made from recycled plastic they are another great way to save the planet.

The team at Hackham South Primary School in Adelaide, SA, is committed to playing a part in building an environmentally-sustainable future and has installed plenty of Replas recycled-plastic products over the past few years, including furniture, signage, retaining panels, fitness trails and a bridge. The school has been a big advocate for the use of recycled-plastic alternatives to traditional materials and recently circulated a brochure to the local community promoting the fact that due to its environmentally friendly product choices, it has helped to divert nearly 8500 kilos of waste from landfill.

Staff at GlaxoSmithKline’s Australian headquarters in Boronia, Victoria, are benefiting from the recently installed custom designed Fitness Trail EXERSITE which was recommended by the Occupational Health and Safety department of the company.

An independent company conducts regular work-out programs for the staff utilising the EXERSITE. Staff can also work out alone using the graphic self-guiding panels.

GSK say, ‘the addition of the gym at Boronia over the last year has seen around 1000 participants enjoy and be challenged weekly in our classes. The versatility of the stations is great for the beginners or more advanced staff. It is easy to use and the instructions are fantastic’.

Outdoor exercise stations are fast becoming the latest weapon in Australia’s fight against obesity. Fitness Trail® exercise stations are manufactured using Replas recycled plastic with no moving parts, to help users build core strength and flexibility, and improve cardiovascular health.

Here are a few examples of different Exersites® that have recently been installed in Victoria and New South Wales.