Differences between an iGreen Gym and standard outdoor gyms.
What is the difference between an iGreen Gym and a standard outdoor gym?
An iGreen Gym has a real impact on the health and fitness of the community. The option to adjust the load on the devices allows for effective training that really promotes good health. Users will never again have to struggle with standard outdoor equipment that requires them to lift their body weight in positions which do not promote healthy joints.
No more discrimination! Standard outdoor equipment discriminates against overweight people who are unable to lift their own body weight. The IVE devices included in the iGreen Gym do not have this issue because the user does not have to be able to lift their body weight, as the variable load regulation starts from 5 kg.
Warm-up and training safety is a very important point in considering the differences between iGreen Gym vs a standard outdoor gym. Standard outdoor devices, based only on lifting body weight, don’t let users divide the load and so they make warm-up exercises impossible. The lack of adjustment forces users to rapidly start exercising with the weight of their own body, which often results in a dangerous burden being put on insufficiently warmed up muscles and joints. An iGreen Gym allows you to train in a much safer and, above all, effective way – a smooth change of load allows people of all weights, ages and levels to train.
|iGreen Gym by IVE||Standard Outdoor Gym|
|Adjustable Weight||Body Weight|
|Regardless of how much you weigh - you can lift any weight from 5 kg up.||If you weigh 80 kg, you lift 80 kg.|
|Option to adjust the load to individual training preferences.||No option to adjust the weight - users must lift their own body weight.|
|The option to start training from 5 kg lets beginners and the elderly train and lets people with more training experience perform a full warm-up.||The lack of adjustment forces users to rapidly start exercising with the weight of their own body, which often puts a dangerous stress on muscles and joints.|
|No discrimination against overweight people - on IVE devices, such people can choose any load, starting from 5 kg.||Standard devices discriminate against overweight people who are unable to lift their own body weight.|
|IVE devices are characterized by correct natural training movements consistent with the human anatomy and the biomechanics of the training movement.||Training based on lifting (without warming up) your body weight through uncoordinated device movements does not account for the anatomy and biomechanics of the training movement.|
|Locations with IVE devices are often filled with people training. An iGreen Gym can become a meeting place for the local community, not only a place for training.||Locations with standard weight lifting equipment are often referred to as "GHOST GYMS." Most locations are empty and unused most of the day.|
|IVE devices are aesthetically striking - the devices look modern and can even be seen as authentic contemporary art - designers call them "DINOSAUR LOOK" and "JURASSIC GYM."||Standard outdoor gyms have become a permanent element of urban architecture, but they do not offer any artistic or visual value.|
|7 devices let you train all muscle groups: abdominals, obliques, back, legs, glutes, hips, calves, shoulders, biceps, triceps, forearms, and chest.||There are no devices for certain parts of the body - regardless of the number of machines purchased. It is not possible to train every muscle group.|