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HealthBeat® Outdoor Fitness System

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The HealthBeat® outdoor fitness system offers outdoor exercise opportunities to people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels. The contemporary design of the outdoor fitness equipment is a perfect complement to any community playground, and works great next to ball fields or at senior living communities. HealthBeat's new design offers the ability to pair any two stations together on the same post (except Assisted Row/Push-Up), saving space and cost. HealthBeat posts are available in carbon only. Plus, signage now includes links to instructional videos that can be viewed on a smart device while at each fitness station!


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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.

The video playlist features the fourteen Health Beat Outdoor Fitness System stations in use.

Video one, Ab Crunch and Leg Lift station.

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Ab Crunch and Leg Lift system.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Ab Crunch and Leg Lift informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a woman as she scooches back onto the flat bench of the Leg Lifter. She lays back on the bench and grabs onto a hand hold just above and behind her head. She lifts her legs up into the air. She raises and lowers them. The woman asks a person off camera questions.]

Woman: So, are you saying this?

[video: scene switches to a side view of a teenage boy as he lays on the bench and lifts his legs in unison on the Leg Lift bench. A girl sits behind him at the Chest Press. Scene switches to a back view of a man as he lays on the Leg Lift Bench facing the opposite direction with his feet hooked into the hand hold. He lifts his upper body towards his legs to do an ab crunch. A man sits at the connecting Chest Press system working out. Scene switches back to a side view of the teenage boy as he continues has his feet hook over the hand hold to accomplish an ab crunch. Scene switches to a side view of a woman as she rests her feet on the top of the hand while lying on the system bench. She holds her hands behind her head and crunches from side to side bringing her elbow to her opposite knee. Scene switches back to a side view of the teenage boy as he does more leg lifts. He lifts his left leg up and holds it, he lowers his leg and lifts his right leg and holds it in place. He does this several times as the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video two, Health Beat Assisted Row and Push Up station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Assisted Row and Push Up system.

[video: scene fades into two men and a teenage boy as they do leaning pushups on various height bars. The camera zooms in on the teenage boy as he does pushups on the lowest bar to the ground which has the highest difficulty.  A child shouts in the background. Scene switches to a view of the upper body of a man as he does pushups on the highest bar from the ground. Scene switches to a full view of the system as the two men and teenage boy work out. The boy and one of the men continue to do leaning pushups. The other man has repositioned his body to underneath the bar as he pulls his chest up to the bar like a chin up. Scene switches to a man as he walks up to the highest bar. A man speaks to him off camera.]

Man: So, go as far back as you are comfortable.

[video: the man grabs the bar and situates his feet. The camera zooms in for a front view of the man’s upper body as he begins to do the leaning pushups. The camera switches to a side view as the man continues to do pushups. The man switches his hands holding onto the bar palms up. He situates his legs underneath the bar and begins to pull himself towards the bar in a work out curling motion. Scene switches to a front view of a woman as she does leaning pushups on the lowest bar to the ground as the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video three, Health Beat Balance Steps station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Balance Steps.

[video: scene fades into a side view of an arch beam low to the ground with five padded circular steps along the beam. A boy’s legs walk into frame as begin stepping up the circular steps. He grabs the nearby hand railing for stabilization. Camera switches to a front view of the balance steps as the boy’s legs can be seen side stepping up on to a step and then stepping back down to the ground on each different height step. The camera switches to a side view as the boy does the side stepping onto the stepper. Scene switches to a side view close-up of the end of the stepper. A man’s legs walk into frame as carefully begin to walk up the balance steps. Camera switches to a close-up back view of the man’s shoes as he walks down the steps. He turns around and begins walking back towards the camera on the steps. Camera switches to a full back view of the man as walks up and across the steps. He holds onto the hand railing for balance. Camera switches to a full view of the Balance Steps as the man walks down them. A woman stands up from here wheelchair at the Parallel bars system nearby as the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video four, Health Beat Cardio Stepper station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Cardio Stepper system.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Cardio Stepper system informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a woman as she steps up and down on the elliptical stepper. Camera focuses on the woman’s feet as she pushes the resistant steppers down. Scene to a close-up of a different woman’s upper body as she works out on the Cardio Stepper. The woman talks to someone off camera.]

Woman: You think so?

[video: the camera focuses on the woman’s hands as she holds onto the looped hand hold in front of her. Two women have an indistinct conversation off camera. Camera switches to a back view of the stepper. A man kneels down and rotates the resistant dial. The camera zooms in on the man’s hand as he rotates the resistant dial. Camera switches to a view of the man’s upper body as he steps up and down on the Cardio Stepper. The camera focuses on the man’s feet as he pushes the resistant foot pedals up and down. The camera pulls back for a full view of the work out area where a man steps on the Cardio Stepper a woman sides steps on the Plyometric steps, and another man stretches at the stretching station.]

Man: Oh there you go!

Woman: I can’t do them I have, I don’t have much upper body strength.

[video: the camera zooms in on the man’s face on the Cardio Stepper. He smiles and laughs with the other people he works out with. Scene switches to a back view of the man as he continues to step on the Cardio Stepper while two women work out on the Plyometric steps in front of him.]

Man: You know when you’re warmed up.

Woman: Well just go slow.

[video: camera focuses on the man’s feet as he pumps the Cardio Stepper foot pedals. The woman laugh as they work out. Scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video five, Health Beat Chest and Back Press station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Chest and Back Press system.

[video: scene fades into a full view of a man seated at the Chest and Back Press system. A woman lies on the bench behind him doing crunches. The man pushes handles away and then back to his chest. The camera switches to a focused view on the man as he continues to press the two hand holds away and back towards his body. The camera zooms in on the man’s face as he stairs straight ahead focusing on his workout. The camera pans down to the man’s hands as he continues his workout. Camera switches to a close-up of one of the handles connection to the resistance box below the seat bench. Camera switches to a close-up of the “U” shaped bar the connects the two hand holds that glide underneath the seat bench of the system. Camera switches to a close-up of the resistances housing below the bench seat. The man’s hand comes into frame and rotates the resistance dial. Scene switches to a different man as he works out on the Chest and Back Press system. Camera switches to a front view of the man as he presses the handles back and forth. Scene switches to a side view of a boy doing crunches on the Ab Crunch and Leg Lift bench while a girl works out on the Chest and Back Press system.]

[video: transition to video six, Health Beat Elliptical station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Elliptical system.

[video: scene fades into a woman as she works out on an outdoor elliptical machine. The camera zooms in on the woman’s feet as she pedals the foot pedals on the system. Camera switches to a view of the woman’s upper body as she wants smiles and pumps the hand hold bars of the machine. Scene switches to a woman as she adjusts the resistances of the elliptical machine by the dial on the back. She steps up on to the machine and begins to pedal. The camera focuses on a nearby Health Beat informational sign for the Squat Press as the woman works out on the Elliptical machine. The camera switches to a close-up of the woman’s feet as she pedals her feet on the machine. She laughs as she works out. The camera switches to a close-up of the rotating mechanism of one of the foot pedals attached to the resistance housing. Camera switches to a close-up of the woman’s face as she works out. A group of people laugh in the background. The camera pulls back for a full view of the woman as she works out on the Elliptical system. Scene switches to a back view as a man works out on the Elliptical system. The camera zooms in on the man’s upper body as she pushes and pulls the hand holds of the machine. Scene switches to a close-up of a woman as she rotates the resistance dial. The woman pulls her hand away from the dial and the camera slightly zooms in on the top of the dial. An arrow pointing to either end of the dial points to a plus sign and a negative sign. Scene switches to a side view of a teenage boy as he works out on the Elliptical system. Children play on a playground in the background as the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video seven, Health Beat Hand Cycler station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Hand Cycler system.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Hand Cycler informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. A woman speaks to another woman off camera.]

Woman 1: Do you feel comfortable?

Woman 2: Yeah.

[video: A woman helps situate an older woman seated in a wheelchair at the Hand cycler system. The woman in the wheelchair grabs the hand holds of the Hand Cycler. The camera zooms in across the work out area of the woman as she sits and rotates the handles of the cycler. Camera switches to a side view of the woman as she continues to pedal the Hand Cycler. Camera switches to a front view of the woman as she continues to work out. A woman holding the wheelchair leans down to say something to the woman working out. Scene switches to a front view of the Hand Cycler as a woman rotates the resistance dial on the top of the system. The camera pulls back for a view of the woman’s upper body as she quickly rotates the handles of the cycler. The woman smiles as she works out. Scene switches to a teenage girl as she rotates the hand holds of the cycler. She stops to change the resistance of the machine. The camera zooms in on the Cycler system as the girl continues to work out, scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video eight, Health Beat Mobility station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Mobility station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Mobility informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a full view of the Mobility and connecting Tai Chi Wheel station. A man walks up the Mobility ramp while holding onto the hand rails while a woman seated in a wheelchair rotates the discs at the Tai Chi Wheels. The woman laughs at the Tai Chi Wheel station. Scene switches to a front view of the man as he reaches the top of the ramp. The camera pulls back for a full view of both the stations while the man begins to step down the Mobility steps. The camera switches back to a front view of the man as he steps down the stars of the station. The camera pulls back again for a full view of both the stations as the man steps down onto the ground from the station steps. A woman walks up to the woman seated in the wheelchair at the Tai Chi Wheels. She grabs the wheelchair push handles. Scene switches to a front view of the man as he turns around at the bottom of the Mobility stairs. He shakes his fingers before climbing up the stairs. The man walks up the stairs and down the ramp while holding on to the railings on either side of him for stability. Scene switches to a side view of the man as he walks up the Mobility ramp while the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video nine, Health Beat Parallel Bars station.]

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.]

[video: transition to video ten, Health Beat Plyometrics station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Plyometrics station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Plyometrics informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to the camera zooming out from a teenage boy as quickly side steps up onto the oval shaped medium height stepper of the Plyometrics stations. A man works out on the Cardio Stepper in front of the teenage boy while a man sits on a park bench watching them work out. Two women stretch on at the Stretch station in the background. The camera zooms in focusing on the boy’s feet as he continues to do side step ups onto the mid height stepper. Scene switches to the boy’s upper body as he laughs while jumping up onto the steppers. The camera pulls back for a full view as the boy jumps up onto the highest stepper. Scene switches to a man as he does step ups onto the highest stepper. He steps up on the stepper and lifts his opposite leg up to his chest and then steps back down. The camera switches to a close-up of the man’s feet as he does step ups onto the middle height stepper. He turns around and steps onto the highest stepper behind him. A man off camera speaks to the man working out on the Plyometrics station.]

Man: There you go. Excellent.

[video: The camera pulls back for a full view as the man jumps on the three different high steppers. He rotates to the next stepper after jumping down while the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video eleven, Health Beat Pull Up and Dip station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Pull-Up and Dip station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Pull-Up and Dip informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a back view of a man as he bends his elbows while holding onto the parallel bars of the Push Up and Dip station. His legs are bent at a ninety-degree angle as he dips himself up and down. A woman rotates the hand pedals of the Hand Cycler connected to the Pull Up and Dip station.]

Woman: My arms are tired.

Crowd: Yeah! Good job.

[video: two women stretch on the Stretch station in the background. Scene switches to a view up at a man’s upper body as she does a pull up on the overhead bar of the Pull-Up and Dip station. Scene switches to the man who has reversed his hands to an underhand grip on the bar as he does another pull up. Scene switches to a view of the man’s torso as he holds onto to the parallel bars of the station and does a view tricep dips. Scene switches to a view of the man’s back as he does another pull up. Scene switches as the man does an underhand grip pull up on the overhead bar. Scene switches to the man as he does a tricep dip.]

Camera man: Go for it.

[video: scene switches to a side view of a teenage boy as he does tricep dips. Scene switches to the boy as he does an underhand grip pull up.  The camera pulls back for a full view of the Pull-Up and Dip station connected with the Hand Cycler station. The teenage boy continues to do underhand pull ups as a girl rotates the hand pedals of the Hand Cycler as the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video twelve, Health Beat Squat Press station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Squat Press station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Squat Press informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a full view of the Squat Press and connecting Elliptical stations. A woman faces her back to the camera as she raps her arms around the padded handles of the Squat Press. She squats down and back up. A woman works out on the Elliptical station in front of her. The scene switches to a back view of a man as he squats at the station. Scene switches to a view of the back of a teenage girl as she works out at the Squat Press station. A boy coaches her off camera as she works out.]

Boy: Keep your feet together.

[video: scene switches to a close-up of the girl’s shoulders and head as she continues to do squats. Camera switches to a focused view of the resistant housing unit with connecting squat arm as the girl continues to squat. The camera switches to the opposite side of the resistant unit as the squat arm moves up and down. The scene switches to a back view of a woman’s upper body as she squats at the station. Camera pulls back for a full side view of the Squat Press and Elliptical stations where two women work out. The scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video thirteen, Health Beat Stretch station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Stretch station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Stretch station informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a view of a woman’s torso as she rotates her hips while holding onto the hand hold support bars in front of her. Camera points down focusing on the woman’s feet as she swivels them on the rotating foot pedestal. Camera switches to a view of the woman’s upper body as she looks straight ahead while she stretches. Scene switches to a back view of a different woman as she rotates as stretches her body at the Stretch station. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: Stretch Stations meeting EN standards will not include a rotating foot pedestal.]

[video: the camera pans down the woman’s legs to her feet as she rotates on the foot pedestal. The camera switches back to a view of the woman’s upper body as she continues to stretch. She speaks to a man in front of her who is stretching his arm up on the overhead inclined bar. Scene switches to a close-up of the woman’s feet as she walks on the PebbleFlex work out surfacing. Camera pulls back to show the woman reaching up and walking her hands up the inclining overhead bar. She stretches her arms and back. The camera switches back to her feet as she walks up on her tippy toes. The camera pulls back ones again as the woman holds her position, the scene fades to black.]

[video: transition to video fourteen, Health Beat Tai Chi Wheels station.]

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Tai Chi Wheel station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Tai Chi Wheel station informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a back view of a man as re rotates the Tai Chi Wheels in a counterclockwise motion. The camera zooms in on his hands as he lightly rotates the wheels with the palms of his hands. The camera switches back to a view of the man’s back and upper body as he rotates the wheels. A man walks up the steps and down the ramp of the Mobility station connected to the Tai Chi Wheels. Scene switches to a side view of a woman seated in a wheelchair as she rotates the wheels at the station. She smiles and laughs as she spins the wheels. Camera switches to a back-side view of another woman as she stands and rotates the wheels. The camera switches to a front view focusing on the woman’s faces as she rotates and looks down at the Tai Chi Wheels. The camera switches to a close-up of the Tai Chi Wheels as she rotates the wheels in different directions. The camera switches again to a back view of the hallow discs as the woman rotates the wheels, the scene fades to black.]

[video: end of playlist.]

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