The newly inaugurated Adult Fitness Obstacle Course at San Klement Park in Żabbar is a major boost for community health and fitness.
This €218,000 investment transforms 2,700 square metres of underused land into a dynamic obstacle course, designed to challenge and excite fitness enthusiasts of all levels. It is conveniently located within a 10-minute reach for over 11,000 residents.
During the course’s launch, participants were engaged in various Obstacle Course Racing challenges. These activities aimed to motivate, educate, and inspire a healthier, fitter, and more sustainable lifestyle.
The course features ten unique obstacles, including climbing nets and ninja step plates, with instructional guides for each challenge.
It is primarily targeted at individuals aged 13 and above, making it a versatile fitness option for the community.
Steve Ellul, CEO of Project Green, emphasised the project’s commitment to sustainability. He highlighted that no trees or branches were removed during the course’s development, reflecting Project Green’s dedication to environmental preservation.
Ellul expressed his excitement about the project’s potential to promote physical activity and enhance community engagement. This course is a testament to Project Green’s efforts in revitalising open spaces and fostering community involvement.
The Adult Fitness Obstacle Course at San Klement Park is not just a fitness facility; it’s a community-centric project that brings people together, encouraging physical wellness and sustainable living.
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