Step 1: Identify Site

Our design team helps the city identify the best location for a Fitness Court. We analyze pedestrian infrastructure, parks, and future development plans to identify key fitness pathways and prime locations for the outdoor gym.  

 

Our team helps analyze the city to develop a city gym plan. 

Our team helps analyze the city to develop a city gym plan. 

 
 

Step 2: Raise Funding

Our campaign managers help your city raise money though sponsorships and crowdfunding. Our unique approach empowers the community to help bring the fitness court to their backyard. 

 
 

Step 3: Build Court

Once permitted, it takes one week to build a Fitness Court from start to finish. Site prep is simple and straightforward. 

 
 

Step 4: Active Programming

We work with trainers, community leaders and city officials to provide active programming and help turn your city into a gym. Our mobile app helps community members get the most out of their gym. 


San Francisco Case Study

Hear about the Fitness Court from Phil Ginsburg, San Francisco's Parks and Recreation director.  

Phil Ginsburg, SF Parks and Recreation Director

THERE ARE A LOT OF REASONS TO GET INVOLVED.

National Fitness Campaign converts public spaces into outdoor bodyweight circuit-training courts to promote community health and fitness. With support from corporate sponsors, it’s a winning financial formula.

From day one, National Fitness Campaign is committed to not just installing the fitness court, but providing users with a variety of ways to use our 7 Movements in 7 Minutes workout. We do this with a website and mobile app filled with sponsors, rewards, promotions and activities.

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