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Watch: Tour Loyola's Norville Center for Athletics
The Norville Center for Athletics, home to Loyola's athletic department includes a full study hall area for student-athletes, a hall of fame area, locker rooms, offices, nutrition bar, and weight room. Check out the video below for a tour of the facility.
April 30, 2021
New York State to Ease Gym Restrictions in May
New York governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday announced the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions, including on fitness centers and gyms.
April 28, 2021
New Product Roundup: Lockers | Fitness | Security
Check out some of the latest products as featured in the April issue of Athletic Business
April 21, 2021
The Athletic Business Podcast: Legal Essentials for Fitness Businesses with Cory Sterling
What are some of the most common legal challenges facing gyms and fitness facilities? What should facilities take into consideration to protect themselves amid the pandemic? We ask these questions and more of Cory Sterling of the online law firm Conscious
April 20, 2021
Gym & Fieldhouse
Barn-Like Building Packs Programming for Prep School
Deerfield Academy Athletic Complex is located on a site constrained in terms of width, depth and even height.
April 14, 2021
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Preschool Gymnasts to Little Ninjas to G2N Ninjas (Sponsored)
AAI has made it so that you can help children in your gym — regardless of age — increase strength, gain confidence and conquer any obstacle you build.
April 12, 2021
How Hybrid Programming Increases Student Engagement
More than a year has passed since the coronavirus pandemic ended traditional campus life by abruptly closing colleges and universities — forcing campus recreation leaders to seek alternative programming options that promoted both wellbeing and social dist
April 7, 2021
Fitness Centers Seek ‘Essential’ Designation
Fitness centers are seeking to differentiate themselves from other businesses deemed as non-essential as the pandemic enters its second year.
April 5, 2021
Facility Friday: New Mexico Mutual Champions Training Center, High School Projects
The University of New Mexico announced a $1 million lead gift from New Mexico Mutual, which will go to support the New Mexico Mutual Champions Training Center. The facility, which will be between 10-15,000-square-feet, will serve each of the school’s vars
April 2, 2021
Florida Gulf Coast Exemplifies Trend Toward Outdoor Fitness
Even prior to the pandemic, Florida Gulf Coast University director of campus recreation Amy Swingle had her eye on an outdoor space to augment the campus's new Student Recreation and Wellness Center, which opened in January 2020. "A lot of our stuff was o
April 1, 2021
NJ Gym Offers Free Memberships to Unvaccinated
New Jersey Gym Offers Free Memberships to New Jersey Gym Offers Free Memberships to Unvaccinated
March 26, 2021
Fitness Industry Continues Push for Relief
The American Rescue Plan, signed Thursday by President Biden, did not include any direct relief to the fitness industry — but the push for such relief via the proposed GYMS Act continues.
March 12, 2021
The Athletic Business Podcast: Rising to Meet the Fitness Industry's 'New Normal' with Akshay Ahooja
How can gyms and fitness facilities adapt their business models to better serve clients who are increasingly exercising outside of the four walls of a facility? How can these businesses compete on a national level through digital offerings? How can a hybr
March 9, 2021
Designing Facilities with Maintenance in Mind
With facility disinfection top of mind amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Craig Bouck and Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture wanted to get a better understanding of how they could make life easier on custodial and maintenance staff tasked with meeting today's hig
March 7, 2021
Product Spotlight 2021: Weight Rooms & Strength Equipment
Check out these products as seen in the October 2021 issue.
March 7, 2021
How Weight Room Flooring Impacts Facilities, Users
Martin Streight has served as a strength coach at nearly every level of competition during a career spanning two continents and more than two decades. With stops at Penn State University and Princeton University, as well as the Philadelphia Eagles, Arizon
March 7, 2021
Some Texas Gyms Lift Mask Requirements
After Gov. Greg Abbott announced this week that he would lift a statewide mask mandate, some gyms in Texas are considering doing away with their policies requiring members to wear a mask.
March 4, 2021
New CDC Reports Highlight Need for Masks at Gyms
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week urged stricter precautions for gym-goers after tracing coronavirus outbreaks in Hawaii and Chicago.
February 26, 2021
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AB Show 2021 in San Antonio
AB Show is a solution-focused event for athletics, fitness, recreation and military professionals.