Johnson stated attendance at every FitLot class session has been at or close to the restrict of 15 folks.
Funding from AARP is protecting the price of holding the lessons by spring of subsequent 12 months, however Johnson stated the Lincoln Parks and Rec Division would possible proceed the lessons if neighborhood curiosity stays.
Whereas the undertaking is funded by AARP, the FitLot is open to adults of all ages, Johnson stated. Persons are welcome to make use of the tools at any time in the course of the day. Each bit of apparatus has a QR code on it that when scanned will pull up info on how one can use it, she stated.
Kelly Hartz stated he makes use of the FitLot 3-4 instances per week. He makes use of the tools for workouts akin to step-ups, pull-ups, push-ups, squats and totally different stretches.
Hartz stated he’s discovered the tools to be sturdy and enjoys attending to work out outdoor.
“It is good to be outdoors, since you get the solar on high of all the things else, and I like nature,” he stated.
Folks of all ages make the most of the construction, Hartz stated, and he sees it as a useful addition to Woods Park.
“I see children out right here, after which I am going to see folks which might be retired get on the stepper or the elliptical,” he stated. “It is good for everyone. Although it is sponsored by AARP, it is benefited the neighborhood, I feel, basically.”