After extensive testing, evaluations, and lots of misery, it turns out my son is not just ADHD but also OCD, high functioning autistic, and a plethora of other problems. The evaluators recommended we start immediately getting him more active. He doesn't have any friends because while his body is 14, his maturity level is around 6 and his comprehension around 10. He has almost no upper body strength, and nothing interests him except for movies, cartoons, movie ratings, making movies, etc. He likes our baby chicks but I have to watch him carefully. He exercycles twice a week, and we lift weights together twice a week (starting this week). He schools at home. Anywho... we're trying to come up with some ways to get him more active. Doesn't want to participate in any group activity, so we thought if we turned part of our garage into a fun-place (like a game-room) or something, neighborhood kids might want to come over to play. We have a three-car garage: 1 single beside the double. We can put up something to block them off / separate them. Question: does anyone have any ideas on how to change a garage into a small putt-putt course? Home-made but professional looking enough to entice kids to come over to play? Or is there something else we can do with the garage (that doesn't cost much money) for the same purpose? And get some upper body strength going? Think: single car garage. Shelves along the back wall and part of the side wall. No windows. Not finished. Concrete floor. Only entrance is the big overhead garage door, or go through the double garage into the kitchen and through the house. Thanks.