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HealthBeat® Parallel Bars

Model #192453

Component Overview

The HealthBeat® Parallel Bars are a wheelchair-accessible station that accommodates beginners and advanced users and well as rehab users.


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Features

  • To optimize configurability, HealthBeat® posts made from 5"-diameter galvanized steel are sold separately (Post Model #205941-205947) and are carbon in color only
  • Durable steel construction
  • Lower bars great for rehabilitation or use with wheelchairs. Caregiver can easily walk behind or support user.
  • Higher bars designed for more experienced users
  • Lower bars great for rehabilitation or use with wheelchairs. Caregiver can easily walk behind or support user.
  • Can be paired with another HealthBeat® station to share a center post
  • Includes instructional sign with illustrations and link to proper use videos
  • Safety surfacing corresponding to the fall height of the equipment required to comply with ASTM F1292
  • Ages 13 years and older for ASTM F3101 and height 1400 mm and taller for EN16630

Developmental Benefits

  • Sensory
  • Proprioception, Vestibular
  • Motor Skills
  • Balance, Core Body Strength, Endurance, Eye-Hand Coordination, Lower Body Strength, Motor Planning, Upper Body Strength
  • Learn about Developmental Benefits

Component Details

  • Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height: 46" (1,17 m)
    • ASTM Clearance Zone: 14’3” x 19’8” (4,34 m x 6,00 m)
    • EN Clearance Zone: 13’3” x 15’4” (4,03 m x 4,67 m)
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  • All About Color

  • Color is an important decision, and our products are available in many color options. Contact your consultant to find the colors available for this component.

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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Parallel Bars station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Parallel Bars informational sign with suggested body placement and movements for wheelchair accessible users. Scene switches to a man as he pushes a woman seating in a wheelchair to the middle of the lower Parallel Bar station. The camera slightly zooms in on the woman as she lifts herself up to a standing position. She takes a few small steps forward. The man holding onto the woman’s wheel chair turns to another woman standing by and speaks to her.]

Man: And we will actually start back here.

[video: scene switches to a side view of the woman as she talks small steps down the Parallel Bars. The camera focuses down on the woman’s feet as she takes small steps. The man pushes the wheelchair closely behind her in case she needs to sit down. Scene switches to a front view of the woman as she lifts herself to a standing position and begins walking forward on the Parallel Bars. The camera slowly pans down to her feet as she takes a small step. Camera points up and focuses on the woman as she focuses down at her feet. A woman stands behind her with her wheelchair to spot the woman as she walks. The camera points down and focuses on the woman’s hand as she slides it along the hand support bar. Camera switches back to a front view focusing on the woman’s feet as she continues to walk at the Parallel Bars. Camera switches back to a side view of the woman’s upper body. The camera pans down to the woman’s hands as she continues to make small steps forward. Children shout in the background at the nearby playground. Scene switches to a full view of the higher Parallel Bars where a man lifts himself up pulling his legs up off the ground. He bends his elbows and begins to do tricep dips on the Parallel Bars. The camera zooms in on the man’s upper body as he continues to do tricep dips. Scene switches to a front view of a man as he walks down the Parallel Bars with his hands. His legs wave back and forth below him as she shimmies across the bars. Scene switches to a side view of a different man as he also walks down the Parallel Bars with his hands as the scene fades to black.]

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