Garden inspiration part 2!

Fitness

Throughout lockdown, many fitness routines are being forged with people engaging with at home workouts or by taking advantage of their once a day outdoor exercise. You can ensure you continue with your newfound fitness regime by bringing the gym to you. As we mentioned earlier, using a sports surface can be a great idea if you’re looking to set up specific practice areas for hockey, football and golf. Our Evo Pro product also makes a great sled track if you want to go for the full gym experience! Our traditional landscape grass can also provide a versatile, stylish work out surface, just make sure you move your weights once you’ve finished so you don’t get flat areas! Fitness gurus like @bradleysimmonds regularly host and record workouts in their gardens for viewers to try at home!

The fun stuff

When it comes to keeping kids occupied and out of trouble, having a usable outdoor space can be a lifesaver. As we mentioned earlier, artificial grass can offer a clean and safe space for kids to run, dance and get active in the garden. We’ve listed a few of our other favourite outdoor activities perfect for keeping your little ones inspired and active at any time.

  • Seen as your artificial grass won’t conjure up any kind of muddy mess, why not let the kids indulge with a bit of messy play with a Mud Kitchen. As stylish as any conventional kitchen, a mud kitchen allows the kids to unleash some creativity whilst experimenting with recipes and potions in their very own kitchen!
  • This fantastic easel also from Mud Kitchen is great for kids creativity and learning. Use marker pens, paint and chalk pens and simply wipe clean afterwards!
  • Tuff trays are perfect for kids of all ages for numerous activities. Messy paint and water play or just a solid, good height table for them to do whatever they please and keep them away from the dining table! Inexpensive and durable, a tuff tray is a perfect addition to any outdoor or indoor space.
  • Trampolines can take up a lot of room and although they’re great fun for the kids, if you’re short on space they can be unsightly and inconvenient. A great space saving idea would be to sink your trampoline into the ground. Surround it with artificial grass a you have a safer alternative to having a huge trampoline taking up precious garden space!

We hope this run-down gives you lots of inspiration for you to create an outdoor space that you and your family love for lockdown and beyond!

 

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