Design Your Own CourseYour Community. Your Course.
Every community is unique and so are your goals for health and wellness. When GameTime introduced the first-ever Challenge Course for public places, we designed three course styles to make it easy for customers to select and install based on their available space, budget and user age ranges.
With so many communities accepting the challenge to make family health and wellness a priority, it's important to make sure Challenge Course continues to be a destination for every generation. That's why we've made it possible for you to design your own Challenge Course with any of our course components. Mix and match colors to make your Challenge Course unlike any other! We've added some new components, as well, to help you create the perfect place for families to meet, compete and repeat!
Decide on Youth or Pro
When designing your own Challenge Course, start with determining who the course is for. If you are creating this for younger children and need to comply with ASTM standards for playground equipment, choose the Youth version of our components. These are designed for ages 5 to 12 and meet ASTM requirements.
Pro versions are larger and meet the ASTM standards for outdoor fitness equipment for ages 13 and up.
Make it a Well-Rounded Course
Our Challenge Course components are designed to provide three distinct physical benefits: speed and agility, strength, and balance. Select components from all three categories to make sure users are getting the best possible Challenge Course experience.
Provide Instructions for Use
Consider a custom Challenge Course instructional sign to give users a clear view of the course and its components. The sign also includes usage instructions for each component, as well as information on using the timing system, if applicable.
Talk with a GameTime Challenge Course expert about how to customize your sign with your city seal or logo of a corporate sponsor.
Speed and Agility
These components promote and enhance a user's overall speed and agility. Use Ninja Steps at the beginning of a course to give users a solid starting point. Include agility trainers at intermediate stages along the course to regulate speed and improve agility.Youth Series Pro Series