• Product Spotlight: Cardio Equipment

    by AB Editors February 2016

    These products appeared in the January/February issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • ‘White Pride’ Name for School’s Fitness Room Changed

    by Stuart Goldman January 2016

    After charges of racial insensitivity on social media, the Roger T. White – Pride Fitness Room at Meyer Middle School in River Falls, Wis., has had a name change.

  • NBA Practice Facilities Get Big Upgrades

    by Jeff Zillgitt January 2016

    On a construction site across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie stood in the middle of an unfinished building. It's the location of the 76ers' new $80 million, 120,000-square-feet practice facility and business offices. No courts yet. No locker rooms. Just an empty two-floor structure with beams and stairs that is scheduled to be completed before training camp opens in the fall. Standing on what will be the location of a practice court, Hinkie envisions his ideal scenario: It's September, players are in town ahead of training camp, working out. They are on the court, in the weight and conditioning room, in the hydrotherapy pools. Perhaps doing yoga or getting a massage. Hinkie wants an environment "in which everybody sees how hard everybody else is working," he says. "The goal is to encourage you to work at your craft -- three hours beats two hours, and four hours beats three."

  • New Product Roundup: Starting Blocks, Exercise Saunas and More

    by AB Staff January 2016

    This article appeared in the January/February issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

    Check out the newest products as seen in the January/February 2016 issue.

  • Cowboys Club to Include Fitness Facility, Team Access

    by Stuart Goldman January 2016

    A limited number of memberships are now available for the Dallas Cowboys’ new members-only Cowboys Club, which includes a fitness facility, dining options and behind-the-scenes access to the NFL team.

  • Club Completes $2.3M Overhaul with Exercise Equipment

    by Paul Menser December 2015

    With new equipment on its exercise floor upstairs, Apple Athletic Club has wrapped up a 14-month overhaul that has cost close to $2.3 million.

  • Construction Begins on Fitness Center Project

    by Stan Maddux December 2015

    A 32,000-square-foot health and fitness center is going up in Buchanan. The Red Bud Fitness & Lifestyle Center is being constructed on a 12-acre parcel at 500 E. Third St. that was sold in September by the city to Bill and Teresa Green for $68,400.

  • Sponsored Video: Introducing SPARC - Strength Power Accelerated Resistance Cardio

    by AB Editors December 2015

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  • Gonzaga Moves Forward with Facilities Expansion Plans

    by Jim Meehan December 2015

    Gonzaga is developing plans for a significant addition to its athletic facilities, tentatively proposed as a three-story structure connecting to the south side of the Martin Centre and the western edge of the McCarthey Athletic Center.

  • Why a Northern High School Opted for an Indoor Practice Facility

    by Paul Steinbach December 2015

    The tour — the story — starts in a decades-old gymnasium. It was while assessing this modest space in 2006-07, with its original bleachers and hardwood court badly in need of refinishing, that administrators at Hamilton High School began to think big. Enrollment had doubled since the school was built in Sussex, Wis., in 1963. Athletics participation had increased by 33 percent, six sports programs had been added, and interior training space was at a premium. Track athletes were running hurdles down terrazzo hallways. Cheerleaders were doing stunts over library carpeting. Field sports participants in this evolving era of year-round specialization had no place to practice off-season, as Wisconsin's winters rendered the outdoors off limits.