Double Strength Challenger

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BX/SG 3013

The Double Strength Challenger is one of our must have pieces for any ‘fun’ focused outdoor gym. The nature of the equipment promotes friendly competition whilst also offering the users an upper body workout.

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A fun way to build up arm and shoulder muscle groups, the Double Strength Challenger encourages friends to challenge each other to a little competition whilst also offering an upper body workout. Alternatively used a as solo piece of equipment, the spinners can help to stretch the arms and shoulders.

What does our outdoor strength challenger unit provide to users?

  • A fun way to build upper body strength.
  • Friendly competition when used with a friend, or a light mobility workout when used alone.
  • An ‘arm wrestle’ style challenge, developing sociable fitness and communication.
  • A form of exercise suitable for users at various abilities.

Which muscle groups will I be working?

1548 x 423 x 602 mm



Quality & Supply:

  • Conforms to BS EN 16630:2015 safety standard
  • Manufactured from pre-galvanised steel
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Quality checked by RPII inspector prior to dispatch
  • Supplied with Stainless Steel fixings

Suitable for up to two (2) users above 140cm / 4'7" in height

Delivery Message

Supply only 3-5 working days dependant on stock. If Installation is required lead time is approximately 4-6 weeks. Dates will be provided on your order confirmation.

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