|leisure = fitness_station
|An outdoor facility where people can practise typical fitness exercises
|Rendering in OSM Carto
|Rendering in OSM Carto
|Used on these elements
|Status: de facto
|Tools for this tag
A Street Workout, Calisthenics Park or trim trail is an outdoor facility, a single or a collection of exercise equipment. This is typically operated by a local government and free to use for everyone. Often along a fitness route or inside a park.,
How to map
- name=* a name for the fitness station
- ref=* a reference number of the fitness station
- description=* additional description
- opening_hours=* Sometimes, the fitness station might not be open 24/7
- operator=* eg, the name of the local council which operates the fitness station
- fitness_station=* the type of fitness equipment at the station
Normally the tag fitness_station=* is added to describe the type of fitness equipment at the station. Often there is one kind of equipment at the station.
Alternatively, if a fitness station has more than one type of equipment, some mappers add tags in the format fitness_station:<equipment_type>=yes to the leisure=fitness_station feature. Rarely a semi-colon value separator is used when there is more than one kind of equipment at the fitness station, with fitness_station=<equipment1>;<equipment2>;etc.
A few mappers instead use fitness_station=* alone to map individual exercise equipment within a fitness station, as separate nodes inside a fitness station area.
|Sign having a description of an exercise, which can be done either on the ground, or with a fitness station located nearby.
|A horizontal bar high enough for, muscle-ups and other gymnastic and fitness exercises. There may be several bars in different heights for people of varying age and height.
|A fitness station for doing inclined or level.
|A fitness station for inclined. Usually one or more low horizontal bars.
|A fitness station for stretching. Usually one or more horizontal bars.
|A fitness station for makinga.k.a back extensions.
|Two horizontal bars side by side for, swings, holds and other gymnastics and fitness exercises.
|Two hanging rings for gymnastic exercises.
|A series of short horizontal bars mounted side by side and high enough to hang on. Also known as monkey bars.
|Several horizontal bars on top of each other, a.k.a stall bars.
|Run between the posts from left to right and from right to left in a slalom run.
|Jumping from block to block by jumping from foot to foot.
|Leapfrog over the cones.
|Bend your legs and jump over the logs with your feet together.
|Run and cross several similar obstacles, called hurdles.
|Climb the wall and jumping to cushion the landing.
|A horizontal beam for walking.
|One or more logs with a hinged end and a handle for lifting on the other end.
|A chair with back and elbow support only (i.e. no seat) for doing leg raises etc.
|A fixed height platform for jumping etc.
|Two ropes for waving, smashing etc.
|A stationary bicycle for leg and cardiovascular exercise.
|A fitness station for cardiovascular exercise, a.k.a. cross trainer.
|A fitness station with two swinging feet platforms and support bar for hands.
|A fitness station with a moving seat and either two moving, vertical hand bars or a bar with rope which moves water. The station emulates a rowing movement.
|Shoulder trainer/Taiji massage device. The discs have bumps and can rotate. (One set of two discs is for standing, the other set for wheelchair users.)
|Device for twisting one's back, performed in standing or sedantry position, using a rotatable stool/pedestal.
|Back massage device for standing or squatting position.
|A rope or ribbon mounted between two points, for balance exercises.
- leisure=fitness_centre - a fitness centre is a place with exercise machines and/or fitness/dance classes
- Relation:route - definition of route relations
- route=fitness_trail - mapping routes with fitness stations
- Proposed features/exercise point
- leisure=playground - Use for recreation spaces
- on Wikipedia
- on Wikipedia
Link to old draft proposal https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Proposed_features/exercise_point