Media & Technology: Equipment
High-Def Video Enhances Spectating Experience on Grand Scale
by Paul Steinbach December 2009
High-definition video technology is enhancing the sports spectator experience on a grand scale.
Don't Try This at Home
by Andrew Cohen November 2009
Technology Allows for Racing Events All but Devoid of Human Error
by Paul Steinbach August 2009
Technological advances have allowed for racing events that are all but devoid of human error.
The Importance of Prudent Support-Pole Specification and Inspection
by Paul Steinbach July 2009
Recent failures have illuminated the importance of prudent support-pole specification and inspection.
High-tech Swimsuits Result in World Records, Antitrust Lawsuit
by Andrew Cohen June 2009
High-tech swimsuits have resulted in hundreds of new world records and one old-fashioned antitrust lawsuit.
Skyrocketing Costs of Raw Materials and Fuel Affecting Price of Exercise Equipment
by Andrew Cohen September 2008
Skyrocketing costs of raw materials and fuel are putting tremendous upward pressure on the pricing of strength equipment.
Push-Button Technology Designed to Eradicate MRSA In Showers
by Paul Steinbach June 2008
Push-button technology takes on the dirty job of eradicating MRSA in showers.
Fitness Centers May Have Duty of Care Regarding AEDs
by John T. Wolohan April 2008
A court's decision may signal a change in fitness centers' duty of care with regard to AEDs.
High-Tech Scoreboards and Video Displays Finding Favor In High Schools
by Paul Steinbach January 2008
High-tech scoreboard and video display concepts are racking up points among high schools.
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.