Overview

As a market leader in outdoor fitness equipment, Trekfit is showing the way forward in the building of active communities through fitness and design.

Put simply, a circuit is a series of exercises that one executes with little or no break as one moves from station to station. This has the advantage of burning the maximum amount of calories in the shortest amount of time while engaging the cardiovascular system.

TREKFIT has designed a series of circuit equipment that not only blends in harmoniously with both urban and natural settings, but that allows the user to get the most out of their workout according to their fitness level.

Each circuit is comprised of three phases: warm up, workout and stretching, and can be followed simply by reading the instruction panel by each station.

What is a Trekfit fitness circuit?

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Shaping fitter communities through form and fun

Our goal is to build fit and active communities in a fun and engaging way. As such, we’ve devised specific workout routines that allow all members of the community to get the most out of our equipment and circuits according to their own fitness levels and ability.

Seniors

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We’ve designed multiple exercise routines for seniors that deal with their two major health issues:

Avoiding falls and maintaining independence.

These workouts help

  • Strengthen the legs and trunk
  • Slow down osteoporosis
  • Develop and maintain balance
  • Maintain joint mobility and flexibility

All our programs are developed with these priorities in mind.

Wheelchair Users

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Moving with a wheelchair requires both strength and flexibility in the shoulder. This articulation is at the heart of the autonomy of the person who moves thanks to his arms; without a healthy shoulder, manual control of the wheelchair becomes laborious and often impossible.

Wheelchair users are prone to certain types of upper body injuries as a result of overusing one set of muscles. Accordingly, we’ve devised a series of exercises to promote overall muscle harmony by strengthening the supporting muscle groups. This helps avoid upper body injury, allowing them maintain travel autonomy.

Beginners

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Getting into shape for the first time can lead to injuries and over-exertion if one isn’t careful. That’s why TREKFIT’s equipment is based around a simple but vital training principal called paced progression.

With this principle in mind, people of any fitness level can use our equipment in a safely way while building their endurance and capability. This is done through stimulating muscle groups at various degrees of intensity according to one’s particular needs.

Groups

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Research has shown that the most important factor in getting in shape is consistency, and consistency is most likely to occur when people train in groups.

With this in mind, our stations have been designed to accommodate several users simultaneously, making them perfect for unrestricted group training.

Teenagers

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It is well established that staying physically fit all of one’s life is a consequence of the positive exercise experiences one has had during childhood and adolescence.

Physical literacy is directly developed from the particular group of activities a child has practiced. Unfortunately, lacking this crucial know-how will lead many children to abandon sports and physical activities for passive hobbies instead.

Physical literacy comes from developing motor skills such as running, jumping, throwing, catching, swimming, skating, climbing and pushing. These skills serve as building blocks for all future sports. Accordingly, they can develop four qualities.

1. Flexibility

2. Cardiovascular endurance

3. Speed

4. Muscle strength

There is a specific window of opportunity for each new skill a child learns that we call “the sensitive phases of development”. This is the optimal timeframe in which a child can attain skills that will let them reach their full potential later on. Think of it as storing up a skill for future development, depending on the sport they’ll practice.

All children, therefore, must have a good command of basic motor and sports skills for a population to be healthy and active.


Here is a table showing the estimated ages for optimal development.

As the graph demonstrates, most of the elements of physical literacy develop very early, often before the age of 13.

Trekfit’s training circuits and urban obstacles, designed for jumping, climbing, pushing and pulling, not only develop all of these different fundamental motor skills, they also provide a fun space to promote muscle strength, which is best developed between the ages of 13 and 15.

Teenagers who don’t want to go to a gym to work out can get the same results by using Trekfit’s circuits. Moreover, the information panels are clear and include options for varying intensity. Teenagers will be able to challenge each other and since they are using their own body weight, the risk of injury is practically nil.

There’s a Trekfit circuit waiting for you today!

TREKFIT's fitness circuits and urban obstacles, with their jumping, climbing, pushing and pulling elements, work different fundamental motor skills and are also a great play area for developing the last of the components; muscle strength, which ranges from 13 years old to 18 years old.

Teens who do not wish to do traditional indoor weight training can achieve the same muscle results using TREKFIT's outdoor fitness equipment and urban obstacles.

Adolescents will be able to challenge themselves against each other using body weight movements instead of lifting heavy loads which can cause injuries.

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Active Women

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It’s vital that women build muscle too. Here’s why.

Each station in a Trekfit circuit works precise muscle groups so that at the end of the circuit the user has had a global muscle workout. Muscle training, whether done with weights, elastics or bodyweight, amounts to the same thing. Muscle growth is a factor of the number of reps we are able to do before total exhaustion sets in rather than the type of resistance we use. A muscle that contracts to the point of a light burning sensation will grow, and without that feeling there won’t be any results.


Though long regarded as a male activity, resistance exercises are even more important for women than for men because of its role in combatting osteoporosis. This disease affects women 5 times more than men (30% vs 6%) and all forms of muscle training reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Women who are worried it will make them “too muscular” shouldn’t worry. There is little risk because testosterone (the hormone necessary to gain muscle mass) exists in very low levels in the female bloodstream.


To sum up, for optimal results against osteoporosis, Trekfit exercises should be done until there is localized muscle exhaustion (a slight burning sensation) with between 8 and 20 reps.


For more information, refer to signs on the Trekfit circuit.

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Circuits and combos

Trekfit Circuit 1

  • 6 Exercise Stations
  • 7 Information Panels
  • 48 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 16 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Long bench 1
  • Parallel bars
  • Balance beam
  • Rope climbing
  • Dip Station
  • Vault bars (3)
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Long bench 2
  • Monkey bars
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Pull-up bars (triple)

Trekfit Circuit 2

  • 5 Exercise Stations
  • 6 Information Panels
  • 40 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 14 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Monkey bars
  • Long bench 1
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Pull-up bars (triple)
  • Dip Station
  • Vault bars (3)
  • Long bench 2
  • Parallel bars

Trekfit Circuit 3

  • 4 Exercise Stations
  • 5 Information Panels
  • 32 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 12 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Pull-up bars (triple)
  • Dip Station
  • Vault bars (3)
  • Long bench 1
  • Parallel bars

Trekfit Circuit 4

  • 3 Exercise Stations
  • 4 Information Panels
  • 24 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 8 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Pull-up bars (double)
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Long bench 1
  • Parallel bars

Trekfit Circuit 5

  • 3 Exercise Stations
  • 4 Information Panels
  • 24 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 4 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Pull-up bars (double)
  • Long bench 1
  • Parallel bars

Trekfit Circuit combo 1

  • 6 Exercise Stations
  • 7 Information Panels
  • 48 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 15 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Pull-up bars (triple)
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Monkey bars
  • Cargo net
  • Long bench 1
  • Vault bars (3)
  • Dip Station
  • Long bench 2
  • Parallel bars

Trekfit Circuit combo 2

  • 5 Exercise Stations
  • 6 Information Panels
  • 40 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 13 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Pull-up bars (triple)
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Cargo net
  • Vault bars (3)
  • Dip Station
  • Long bench 1
  • Parallel bars

Trekfit Circuit combo 3

  • 4 Exercise Stations
  • 5 Information Panels
  • 32 Exercises divided into 2 fitness programs
  • 9 Equipments
View Equipment in this circuit
  • Push-up bars
  • Step benches (12'', 17'', 22'')
  • Pull-up bars (double)
  • Hurdles (6)
  • Cargo net
  • Parallel bars
  • Long bench 1

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Equipment gallery

Choosing Trekfit means opting for uniquely designed and ingenious training circuits that attract athletes, walkers and artists alike. Enhancing community space both visually and functionally, whether it be a neighbourhood park, bike path, hiking trail or leisure area, is built into everything we do.

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The benefits of fitness equipment with no moving parts

According to the principles of modern fitness, most people need functional training rather than muscle isolation.

This allows for the simultaneous training of several muscle groups together, engaging stabilizer and core muscle groups while at the same time burning more calories. The result? Greater potential weight loss and an improved overall strength and stability.

The benefits of exercise equipment with no moving parts

Information panels

Workout programs adapted to different fitness goals and ability levels

  • Welcome panel tailored to your project
  • Use natural obstacles to create fitness circuits in harmony with the environment
  • Have your logo printed on every panel
  • Nature interpretation panels
  • Create visual maps of sites or trails

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