The outdoor gym is a gym built outside in a public park, with all-weather construction of its exercise machines somewhat modeled on playground equipment. It’s similar to the proliferation of health care courses in the 1960s and 1970s, which continues to be created, particularly in the United States and Europe. In some cases, the trails used for fitness are called outdoor gyms. Outdoor gyms were used in China as a national fitness campaign prior to the 2008 Summer Olympics. Government has opened outdoor gyms across China Currently, one-third of the sports lottery is dedicated financing this concept. In China, they have a survey similar to the Active People Survey. Levels of participation in physical activity have been steadily increasing since the outdoor gym concept was introduced in China. Outdoor gyms are also beginning to develop in New Delhi, India, where traditional gyms are unpopular. In 2012, the New Delhi City Council (NDMC) installed 40 ensembles around the region, the surrounding municipalities followed suit.
The types of outdoor gym equipment may vary depending on the nature of the parks, the community and the visitors. There is no fixed list that can include all machines or devices used in different parts of the world for outdoor recreation. These machines or machines can also be classified as strength training and simple fitness training or strength training. Some of the basic outdoor exercise facilities commonly used around the world are drawbars, balancing beams, parallel dip bars, and so on.