Our outdoor fitness equipment is free and easy to use.
An Olympic themed outdoor fitness facility has been installed at Old Deer Park, Richmond. The Adizone will further increase the opportunities for residents to lead an active and healthy lifestyle whilst the Adidas reputation will engage young people and provide a place for them to be a part of the Olympic movement in Richmond.
The equipment consists of:
The equipment aims to encourage borough residents to exercise and socialise whilst outdoors in parks. The project has particular emphasis on providing facilities in parks for young people.
Parks and open spaces are important places for young people to meet and socialise through exercise activities such as football and basketball. This equipment is being trialled and is intended to compliment existing facilities; such as a hard standing Kick About at Heathfield Recreation Ground and a BMX track at Hampton Common.
Parents and adults can also use this equiptment whilst their children are in the playground or as part of their exercise routine or dog walking circuit.
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A stimulating unit designed for both young and old to test their strength and exercise their bodies. The unit comprises a rowing machine, twisting, bench lift, push-up, pull-up and step-up aids.
There is a temporary FitPoints at Murray Park.
The Council has installed a mixture of Outdoor Fitness Equipment at a number of sites across the borough. The latest installations can be found at:
There is also existing equipment installed on Ham Village Green.
A new Multi-Purpose Fitness Frame has been installed in Kings Field, Hampton Wick. It has been fitted with grass matting safety surface to prevent wear and tear to the ground.
At all sites the equipment is installed on grass mat safety surface to prevent erosion of the surrounding ground. There are a number of different pieces of Outdoor Fitness Equipment that has been installed at the above parks and open spaces.
The Sport Point is a collection of outdoor exercise equipment and has been designed for youth, adult and senior workouts.
The nine-piece gym includes:
A permanent Sport Point has been installed in Castlenau Recreation Ground.
Updated: 9 January 2017