Forhindringsbaner

En aktivitet for hele familien

Vi plejede at løbe, gå, hoppe, klatre og kravle som en del af vores daglige aktiviteter. I fortiden var det sådan vi fik de fleste ting gjort, men det moderne liv har ændret dette og i dag bruger vi mere tid foran en skærm hvilket har gjort os inaktive. Forhindringsbaner tager os tilbage til vores rødder med naturlige bevægelser som øger vores sundhed og glæde.

 

Den nye og moderne forhindringsbane er designet så folk uanset alder og evner kan have det sjovt imens de er fysisk aktive. Den udfordrer og udvikler både den mentale og fysiske styrke. Skalerbare sværhedsgrader imødekommer unge som gamle uafhængigt af niveau. En bane. Et mål. Mange måder at nå det.

Det sjove element er den motiverende faktor der for folk til at fortsætte. Udover de kendte sportsgrene, er sjov træning sjælden. Forhindringsbanen skaber netop dette element.

Prøv forhindringsbanen sammen, og vis også dine børn at en aktiv livsstil er en sjov og sund livsstil. Når først du får introduceret dem til banen, får du svært ved at følge med!

Influencers of obstacle courses

The structured obstacle course as we know it today was first made by Georges Hébert, who was a physical educator in the French military. He developed his own system of physical education called "The Natural Method" in 1912. Besides leading to structured obstacle courses used for military training, the principles in this system are the foundation of many of today’s popular fitness activities such as parkour, street workout, calisthenics and CrossFitTM.

New fitness activities use the same principles, but obstacle courses are still popular - more than ever actually. Millions of viewers follow weekly TV shows such as Sasuke and American Ninja Warrior, and extreme obstacle and mud events attract more and more runners around the world. In these events, there is room for everyone, and lately family-oriented races have gained popularity. For the elite level, Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) is now even considered to become an Olympic sport.

The KOMPAN Obstacle Course is inspired by the history and present popularity. To find the most thrillingly exciting solution yet safe enough to even be installed in an unsupervised public space, we put together a team of fitness and play experts combined with a partnership with the award-winning professional obstacle event organiser, Strong Viking. Strong Viking gave input during product development, and the equipment is featured at Strong Viking's Family Run in Germany, Netherlands and Denmark.

Features of KOMPAN Obstacle Courses

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Easy Access

High structures for upper body exercises are easy accessible for users of all heights. Access pods make it easy to get up and reach the exercise structure.

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Dynamic Exercise

Obstacles are designed with multiple difficulty levels to fit people of all ages and abilities. Each obstacle has both an easy and hard exercise, so anyone can be challenged.

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Durable Steel Design

The galvanized and powder coated steel construction requires no maintenance and goes under KOMPAN lifetime warranty. The solid structure has made it possible to create new dynamic and challenging obstacles and still maintain a high level of safety.