I seriously doubt this is a trend, but "Upcycled Gymnastics Equipment" on Trendhunterâ¢ suggests that making a funky table or bench is a good thing to do with your unused pommel horse. Two things make this unlikely to sweep the nation - a paucity of unused pommel horses (do you know anybody who has one lying around?), along with the possibility that one of your dinner guests might get carried away and send your expensive glassware crashing to the floor.
Check out the newest products as seen in the January | February 2017 issue.read more
From professional to collegiate sports, injuries continue to sideline some of the world’s top athletes. Many teams across the globe have begun implementing the use of wearable technology to track their athletes’ health data in real time to not only improve their game, but prevent potentially devastating injuries as well.read more
I was three weeks shy of 50 years and feeling every minute of it on Day One of the AB Show in Orlando two weeks ago. Within eyeshot of the Athletic Business both was some equipment I had not seen before — boxy rectangular tables that people were laying on, face up. Upon closer inspection, the tables featured a rectangular opening filled with what appeared to be two rows of piston-like vertical rods (actually interchangeable tubes with caps on them) positioned to align with either side of the user’s spine.read more
In a lawsuit filed Friday, Jeanine Smith sought financial retribution over the death of her son Andre due to a blunt force head trauma suffered on the football field. Smith was injured in 2015 when he was struck by another player during a kick return play. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, he was knocked down but immediately got back up again, and complained of a headache before losing consciousness. Smith never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead the following morning.read more