Kids Gyms

Kids Gyms
Design

herished urban lives for a plainer one with more space for the kids in the 'burbs? Maybe it's not so much about the fact that kids are getting fatter, maybe we're seeing the rise of kid gyms because the concrete jungle between Park and Lexington doesn't quite give young Charlie anything to swing from or play with his mates.

Guy Brighton
  • 25 may 2007

The problem with obesity is often raised when people talk about kids gyms (as Springwise does here) but we wonder that maybe another strong factor when it comes to gyms is simply city living. Are new parents refusing to leave their cherished urban lives for a plainer one with more space for the kids in the ‘burbs? Maybe it’s not so much about the fact that kids are getting fatter, maybe we’re seeing the rise of kid gyms because the concrete jungle between Park and Lexington doesn’t quite give young Charlie anything to swing from or play with his mates.

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