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What should we pay attention to when climbing children's amusement facilities- Guangzhou Smart Playground Equipment

by:SKP     2020-01-23
Climbing is popular abroad. In recent years, it has been hot in China. In order to enable children to do more outdoor sports, children's climbing equipment has gradually become popular. Since it is a sport, it is inevitable that there will be bumps. How to avoid such incidents, children's amusement facilities manufacturers suggest paying attention to the following points. Climbing facilities belong to unpowered children's amusement equipment. Climbing equipment is also divided into rock climbing, climbing frame and climbing net. First of all, we must master the essentials of climbing: climbing mainly depends on the use of hands and feet, and master the following actions: grasping, picking, pulling, pushing, stretching, kicking, crossing, hanging, stepping, etc. These movements require diligent practice to master the essentials in order to switch and play freely. Small climbing frames are labor-saving, easy to be dangerous and comparative, while larger tree climbing frames are more difficult. Generally, the climbing frame we want to choose is the height that our hands can control, when climbing the frame, don't relax and exert all your strength on the outer edge of the instep. Push your buttocks up and lift your abdomen. Don't stick it on the frame. Put your strength on your fingers and grasp it firmly. Rock climbing, climbing frame, climbing net and wall climbing adopt different climbing techniques due to different facilities during climbing. First of all, you need to grasp or buckle hard, then how to hold the support point under your feet, and send your body up, so that you can alternate actions in turn. However, attention should be paid to safety when playing. Parents must wear sports shoes for their children and then play climbing projects to prevent shoes from being too hard or not suitable for sports to hurt their children.
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