For younger children, the more equipment the better, so it depends on the environment. Using objects to climb over, climb under, hop over, jump on, jump over. Moving balls from cone to cone. Appropriately weighted objects to flip or roll. Mats to do simple gymnastic-type movements, depending on each individual child. Monkey bars if they are available. Catching games. Sprinting sections. These different movements encourage children to jump, bend, roll, twist, develop hand-eye coordination and develop strength, core stability and body awareness without realising specifically what they are doing. As children get older, the challenges can gradually incorporate more strength work and more specific training tasks and objectives, developing them into athletes who can approach any sport, physical challenge or other form of exercise in a confident and competent way. It can also help mentally developing confidence in other parts of life where obstacles of any sort can be seen as something one approaches head on and conquers.