Since a_space launched Park Warrior in late 2019, landscape architects, planners and councils have embraced the opportunity to get teens and young adults more active in open spaces, giving communities more to get excited about as COVID-19 restrictions relax.
Park Warrior from a_space introduces a brand-new category in recreation that straddles exercise and play. The range consists of innovative obstacle courses that have been thoughtfully configured to be accessible to a broad cross-section of users. The challenge for some is simply to get through the course, for others it is to achieve personal bests or to compete with their friends.
Instructions and timing are accessed via the Park Warrior app. The app helps users find their nearest Park Warrior installation, includes a timer for recording and saving course times, and provides video instructions, including the rules for completing each obstacle.
Unlike structured exercise facilities, the health and fitness benefits gained from Park Warrior are a bi-product of the activity, rather than the primary purpose.
Crossing online engagement with the benefits of outdoor activity, the Park Warrior range is an innovative leap in the right direction to encourage teens and young adults to embrace an active lifestyle.
To learn more about Park Warrior, contact a_space via the links below.