Tuesday, September 15, 2015
We got started by designing and building #mudruncourses for two event companies, several fitness courses for a New England city, and then mini challenge courses for child care centers, and then realized we should offer these elements to everyone, because obesity is the number one issue is this country due to lack of exercise!
When you click over to our website, you'll can see from the pictures featuring both young children and adults, the elements can be scaled to fit any age group, because no matter what their size, they offer the challenges that increase physical fitness, balance, agility, and awareness of self.
The prices shown listed under the photos on the website are for adult-sized elements, so if you want elements for children, please ask!
Family fitness runs (many of which involve mud :) are great fun and great fund raisers, but lots of times, even though you may want to put one together, buying or setting up the fitness elements are a little beyond your reach, so we have both a rental and an installation program that might help you get over these impasses.
You are interested in a temporary challenge? We can help with that as well. Here’s what we worked out for rentals anywhere in the contiguous US!
For each element, rental is $684.95 per day of use (we don’t charge for the time elements are in transit), with a 2 day rental minimum. This rental fee includes shipping!
If you want help setting up and breaking down the elements:
For between 1 and 4 elements, we charge a total of $1173.95 per element per day (again with a 2 day minimum). This includes the rental, shipping both ways, installation, and dismantling.
For between 5 and 8 elements, we charge a total of $1078.95 per element per day (again with a 2 day minimum). This includes the rental, shipping both ways, installation, and dismantling.
Call or email us, and let us help you put together a fun and exciting fitness run!
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
For many of you reading this post, you've already prepared your children for another school year. Another year of new experiences, new best friends and new lesson plans.
Playground safety is everyone's concern, but protecting children from all harm is simply impossible, and research is also supporting the assumption that protecting children from all possible danger is unhealthy.
Children of all ages need to learn how to manage risk so as adults they're able to handle the risk in everyday living and decision-making.
It's up to you to provide safe or acceptable risk situations on your playground, whether that means your backyard play area or the play yard at your child's school. The more natural you can make your play environment, the more children will be able to experience safe risk encounters that force them to make play decisions teaching lifetime lessons.
Life lessons are not always learned in a classroom. Life lessons very often happen on the playground.
Encourage your children, your students to be careful, but not stop them from experiencing life to its fullest!
We want to wish you a most successful and enjoyable school year!