Obstacle Course workouts are the next "trend" in fitness — and with good reason! Exercises that use the environment to inspire "natural" movement are not only more fun than traditional strength moves, but they also challenge your entire body at once. And when you work everything from head to toe, you burn major calories, improve balance, global coordination, flexibility, joint function and stability. In this video Joshua Conn brings the outdoors in and uses the Railyard Obstacle Course as a platform for primal exercises.
Stacey Johnson demonstrates exercise on a single rail both in ramped and level positions, include dynamic balance to your workouts.
The Railyard is perfect for primal movement, it mimics the natural environment, replicating round logs, boulders, and hills. Railyard's length and round Rails, not found on any other exercise equipment allows Joshua to include forward, backward and lateral movement plus natural instability to what are normally movements in a single plane. Railyard Rails can be inclined, another unique feature, which lets you execute movement at an angle - just like you find in nature. The world is not flat - train for the real world.