What has inspired our company members to join in this ambitious project is the common passion and experience in the field of fitness and competitive sports, which merged into a shared vision of expansion of human well-being through exercise in the open air, and the willing to create areas devoted to this purpose.
One of the strengths of Skyfitness is our corporate structure. Through the various experience of our company members we can boast a complete functionality of the system, from A to Z, and we can count on an already tested commercial network spread in Italy and in most of Europe.
This is why Skyfitness proposes an outdoor fitness area project that manages to embody the current global tendency to spend as much time as possible in open-air areas, without having to renounce the progress that sports science has come to today. All this is studied by our staff based on the specific needs of the client and the characteristics of their territory, designed with the utmost care, and finally made in the architect's rendering to be presented for our customers evaluation and approval.
Nothing is left to chance and we devote extreme attention to the customer’s needs, as each project is modeled around their thoughts: "customer first”.
Each component of the project contains in itself an individual experience that each member, in the respective field, has lived and decided to add for a single common goal: Skyfitness.
From today onwards, thanks to the Skyfitness areas, working outdoor doesn’t simply mean running or cycling anymore: there are no limits to fitness and every single muscle of your body can be trained to maximum intensity in a relaxing environment and in mind-body harmony.
Skyfitness machines use a stress system modulated in three alternatives: in some machines the stress is parameterized to the force that the user gives to the machine (through a modular resistance to compressed air); in others the body weight itself constitutes the counterweight of the effort thanks to a precise ergonomic movement; moreover, for some machines, the movements are performed in a free body, all in full "functional" philosophy.