- Strict Usage Rules are Designed to Prevent Drowning Accidents
by Nicholas Brown August 2010
Strict usage rules at one city's pools are designed to prevent drowning accidents among children.
- Aquatic Exercise Targets Younger Demographics
by Michael Popke April 2010
Aquatics professionals are targeting all age groups with a wide variety of upright exercise programming.
- Research Lends Support to Long-Held Notion that Warm-Water Immersion Does a Body Good
by Michael Popke February 2010
Ongoing research is lending support to the long-held notion that warm-water immersion does a body good.
- Reopening of Aquatics Center Reenergizes New Orleans Swim Programs
by Nicholas Brown August 2009
The reopening of the University of New Orleans campus aquatics center has reenergized local swim programs.
- Adults Struggle to Overcome Lifelong Fear of Swimming
by Michael Popke April 2009
Helping adults overcome a lifelong fear of the water requires as much attention to comfort and confidence-building as it does to skills development.
- Accomodating the Needs of Muslims a Challenge to Aquatics Providers
by Nicholas Brown March 2009
It is widely acknowledged that people of Muslim faith represent one of the fastest-growing population segments in the United States and Canada. Less appreciated, according to some experts, are their recreation needs.
- Technologically Advanced Suits Ignite Controversy in Swimming World
by Michael Popke December 2008
Technologically advanced suits have sparked discussion and controversy in the world of competitive swimming.
- Racquetball Courts Converted to Climbing Gyms and Group Cycling Studios
by Paul Steinbach November 2008
Inspired by the popularity of a makeshift climbing gym, Oregon State University took racquetball court conversion to another level.
- Industry-Wide Effort Urges Pool Patrons, Operators to Create Safer Environment Together
by Michael Popke September 2008
New industry-wide efforts encourage patrons and pool operators to work together to create safer environments.
- Municipal Aquatics Providers Seek Right Mix of Competition and Leisure
by Nicholas Brown June 2008
In a stark economic climate, municipal aquatics providers strive to find the right mixture of sport and leisure.