Media & Technology: Equipment
Motivate with New Technology
by Heather Peavey December 2007
As new technology gains a foothold in the fitness equipment market, it can be difficult to sort through the newest products to determine the best fit for your fitness center. One of the first steps is translating technobabble into helpful, easily identifiable categories.
Trainers Increasingly See e-Training Devices as Moneymakers
by Nicholas Brown September 2007
Trainers and e-training devices are finding more profitability by making peace, not war.
Sustainability Moves into the Mainstream of Recreation Facility Design
by Marvin Bynum August 2007
Designers are taking sustainable design from the fringes to the mainstream of recreation facility architecture.
One On One: U.S. Baseball Fan Joel Ehrendreich Is Launching Programs in India
by Nicholas Brown July 2007
U.S. baseball fan Joel Ehrendreich is launching programs in India.
States Take a Fresh Look at Metal Bats
by Michael Popke June 2007
States are taking a fresh look at a decades-old debate.
Groundskeepers Must Strive for Peak Irrigation Efficiency
by Paul Steinbach March 2007
At the mercy of available water reserves, groundskeepers must strive for peak irrigation efficiency.
Strength Equipment Requires Maintenance to Maximize Functionality
by Paul Steinbach October 2006
Built to last, commercial strength equipment still requires maintenance to maximize functionality.
Upgrading a Facility's Sound System
by Michael Popke August 2006
Upgrading a facility's sound system requires careful consideration of needs, a commitment to quality and an ear for detail.
by Paul Steinbach December 2005
Drag, buoyancy, water-repellence -- they all affect how an athlete moves through water, but money too influences what the world's top swimmers choose to wear in competition.
Medical Researchers Hope to Shed New Light on Concussions
by Michael Popke December 2000
Medical researchers hope to shed new light on concussions.