Outdoor gyms are becoming more and more common in parks and playgrounds all around the world, in a global attempt to get more people healthy and active. Outdoor gym equipment is more often than not free to use for members of the public and offers a great way for anyone and everyone to start exercising or integrate it into their existing daily or weekly workout.
Outdoor gyms are a lot more casual in nature and don’t tend to attract the hardcore gym rats. But even though they are less intimidating to the fitness newbie and barrier of entry is quite low, many people still aren’t sure where to start. This infographic shows the most common pieces of outdoor gym equipment, and what each one does.