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    Apr 2017

    Building a new park: need help

    Hello there guys,

    We are a Barcelona's fitness center and we are planning to build our own "functional training / street workout park". Our idea is to buy all the materials and make it cheaper than it would be buying a pre-fabricated park. The objective is create a park to attract crossfit, streetworkout and calisthenic users.

    Since I'm sure that you have far more experience than us, I would like to know your opinion:

    First of all, what are those elements that you think its should be a must? I mean: high bars, parallel bars, crossfit jump box...
    On the other hand, we have a punching bag, a climbing rope and a training rope. All we need to do is create the structure for this three.
    We have searched measurements for high bars and parallels. What we have found is that high bars should have a height of 2,50 meters and around 1,50 meters of width and parallels around 1,50 meters of height. To me, that seems a little bit high. What do you think?

    Thank you so much for your help.

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