Rome: new fitness area in Cavarella Park, redevelopment of spaces in all municipalities

Opening with Rome Mayor Roberto Gualtieri and Agriculture, Environment and Waste Cycle Adviser Sabrina Alfonsi

Rome Mayor Roberto Gualtieri and Agriculture, Environment and Waste Cycle Adviser Sabrina Alfonsi inaugurated a new fitness area designed and built by the Department of Environmental Protection inside Cavarella Park. The area is equipped with three steel structures with tow bars of different heights, parallel bars and a terminal with rings. In addition, three abdominal benches, a lowered parallel-bar stop for push-ups, a lower triple leg, and two squat structures at different heights were installed. The entire area is equipped with shock-resistant floors. Especially in the fitness areas, the department has developed a specific program for the redevelopment and replacement of degraded sports equipment in green areas in all municipalities, which is expected to be completed by 2022.

“Through this new fitness area, we offer a new possibility to practice outdoor sports and to be together in a truly unique place. I thank Chancellor Alfonsi, Mayor of Ladaga VII and the Committee for the commitment they made until the opening of this new space, less than a month after the start of the works “We believe strongly in sport and intend to encourage it, to give everyone the opportunity to have access to healthy and social practice and to make the many areas of our city beautiful and vibrant,” said Rome Mayor Roberto Gualtieri.

“With the opening of this fitness area in Parco della Caffarella, we are launching a plan of similar interventions related to parks, historic villas and gardens across the city. We are working on the redevelopment of green areas with comprehensive interventions in terms of plant and tree care, reforestation and refurbishment of furniture and structures. We are doing this Recognizing how important the use of well-maintained and well-maintained green spaces is for the quality of life in neighborhoods and the city and with consideration for all age groups of those who frequent them: from the youngest, with a commitment to restructuring and building play areas, to the elderly for whom we provide areas to gather and relax, to our friends Four-legged with areas for dogs equipped with agility courses and for athletes, whom we have thought of a specific plan for areas designated for fitness “, said Chancellor Alfonsi.

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