Motorikpark®

Raiffeisen Motorikpark® Niederdorf

Motor skills or motor performance are qualities of human movement control. The improvement of motor skills should be carried out throughout the lifespan by constantly exposing yourself to new or unfamiliar stimuli, and overcoming challenging tasks. This central skill can be improved through an interplay of flexibility, strength, speed, and endurance training. Thanks to a creative, diverse, and stimulating design, our motor skills park allows for personal freedom to improve your movement experience. This motor skills park meets the needs of all ages and different physical backgrounds. Through a playful, pleasurable, and uncomplicated way of being active in nature, it not only contributes to physical and mental well-being, but also allows for a self-motivating movement experience for all visitors of the motor skills park.

The Raiffeisen Motorikpark® offers a lot of fun and challenges at a space of 5,000 m2 and 12 stations! A course that demands everything from young and old.

Show your skills at the following 12 stations:

Stretching oasis
Stretching oasis
Improves the general mobility and stretching ability of the relevant muscels. Relieves muscle tension and increases blood circulation.
Different Walking
Different Walking
Used for injury prevention, improves the leg coordination. Proprioceptive warming up (responsiveness of the body sensory organs).
Proprioception paradise
Proprioception paradise
Improves the proprioception (responsiveness of the body sensory organs), the balance and the strengthening of the foot and knee stabilizing muscles.
Balancing course
Balancing course
Helps to develop the multidimensional coordination competence and to improve balance and the control ability improvement.
Target fishing
Target fishing
Helps to improve the coordination with focus on precision and three-dimensional vision and to strengthen the foot to hand stabilizing muscles.
Wobbling platform and labyrinth
Wobbling platform and labyrinth
Improves the proprioception (responsiveness of the sensory organs inside the body), the coordination (balance) and the strengthening of the stabilizing musculature.
4-hand double pull
4-hand double pull
Improves the coordination, precision and peripheral vision and helps to strengthen the arm musculature.
Standing rope swing
Standing rope swing
Improves the coordination, orientation, balance and ability to differentiate and helps to strengthen the stabilizing muscles (legs and upper body).
Agility tunnel
Agility tunnel
Improves the general dexterity and the finger and hand strength.
Climbing route
Climbing route
Improves the sensory and arm-leg coordination. Strenghts the arms and upper body muscles.
Rhythm section
Rhythm section
Improves the running coordination (focus on rhythm), anticipation, speed and jumping ability.
Power / Calisthenics
Power / Calisthenics
Improves, depending on the workout, the reactive and maximum strength or endurance of the relevant muscle groups.