Children have a natural urge to climb - and this need is often evident in adolescence and adulthood. With wall mounted ladders for sports halls, children can live out their urge to climb perfectly.
Wall mounted ladders in sport halls for ultimate climbing fun
From what age can wall mounted ladders in sport halls be used?
Climbing should be an integral part of any physical education lesson. In this way, not only dexterity and physical strength can be trained, but also self-confidence is increased and coordination skills are improved to a considerable extent. If you asked children, wall mounted ladders should be standard equipment in all sports halls.
Practical and space-saving assembly
Wall mounted ladders in sport halls are usually made of wood and have a climbing height of almost five meters. They are anchored in a corresponding steel construction and can be pushed against the wall or away from the wall with the help of a rail without great effort, even by children. If the ladder is currently not in use, space-saving accommodation is very important. They can be stored e.g. behind a handball goal, in the sports hall, gymnasium or gym. For safety reasons, protruding wall mounted ladders should always be firmly anchored so that they can no longer move during use. A corresponding fastening or floor frame is installed in the floor for this. The wall mounted ladders are available in both three and four parts, which means that three or four ladders stand side by side. A version that can be pulled up using a motor is also available. The pull-up wall mounted ladders are seen as built-in devices and can be moved using swivel rollers or an electric cable winch. The ladders are usually made of softwood and the rungs of ash wood.
Wall mounted ladders are versatile
In contrast to wall bars, wall mounted ladders in sport halls from Kübler Sport offer a greater climbing challenge, as they are higher on the one hand and the rungs are further apart on the other. Because of the greater distance, you can also wiggle your way through the rungs, for example. This trains coordination and mobility of the children. In contrast to climbing poles, climbing down from wall mounted ladders in sport halls requires also a lot of strength and effort then climbing up. By inclining the ladders, the most varied levels of difficulty can be generated. Wall mounted ladders can also be excellently integrated into a wide variety of games and exercises: whether in circuit training, children's games like hopscotch, floor exercises or ball games to promote accuracy. All of these exercises provide more variety in gymnastics and sports lessons for children.