The experience with a chair and the KletterDschungel.
A chair stands on the floor, the
KletterDschungel is under the ceiling.
An empty chair has a load of 250
g/cm on the floor, the KletterDschungel has a load of 1,2 kg/cm
on the ceiling.
According to DIN a chair must
withstand a continuous load of at least 85kg. As far as the KletterDschungel
is concerned, as per our regulations each element has to withstand
at least a load of 200kg.
A use of the chair produces an
additional load on the floor, the use of the KletterDschungel however
relieves the ceiling.
If a 100kg person jumps on a chair,
loads of up to 140kg can occur, resulting in the danger of damage
and accident. During same load at the KletterDschungel the load
to the ceiling decreases.
Mounting on a chair involves the
danger of accidents due to unexpected tilting. The KletterDschungel
Due to the unexpected danger of tilting, the chair produces fear. To fall from the KletterDschungel is only possible if you do not hold on it. There is a causal connection between the own movement and the consequences. The fear can be overcome very quickly. Thus the climbing jungle educates to independence and self-confidence.
When climbing on 100 chairs compared to climbing on 100 KletterDschungel during one year, the frequency and importance of accidents clearly arguments for the climbing jungle.
Each disc of the spinal column of human beings is not supplied by lymph. When jumping, running, watching television, driving car etc. there is a high pressure load on the discs. The lymph is pressed out, a sufficient supply is not given. At the KletterDschungel hanging exercises promote an interchange of pressure and traction which produces a pumping function, so the lymph flush around the discs will be intensified. This improves their supply which is one condition for their solid development and prevents from a fast degeneration.