Monday, January, 07, 2019
Proposed Field Tabled by Wetlands Commission
A project pitch by Quinnipiac University of Hamden, Conn., was put on hold after a lengthy meeting with the Hamden Inland Wetlands Commission Wednesday night.
Friday, January, 04, 2019
Minneapolis PD Trials Rowing-Based Fitness Test
The Minneapolis Police Department is taking steps to implement a new physical conditioning test for new recruits.
Thursday, January, 03, 2019
Sixty Battalions Begin Field Testing for the New ACFT
Field testing for the newly developed Army Combat Fitness Test is underway, with roughly 60 battalions chosen from across the active, Reserve and National Guard forces participating.
Wednesday, January, 02, 2019
Study: Don’t Focus on Appearance to Motivate Exercisers
A new study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University reports that trainers using appearance-based language to motivate women exercisers are less successful than instructors who focused on the health and strength benefits of the same workouts.
Wednesday, December, 26, 2018
New Projects: UPMC Cooper Field House | University of Vermont Basketball Facility | Esports Stadium Arlington
Tuesday, November, 27, 2018
New Projects: ADPRO Sports Training Center | Kansas State Athletics Facilities | HAPC
Tuesday, November, 13, 2018
Military Debuts Army Combat Fitness Test
October 2018 marked the official beginning of the one-year field test period for the new Army Combat Fitness Test. The military will move into a preparatory phase in October 2019 and expects to see full implementation — including soldier evaluations — by 2021.
Wednesday, November, 07, 2018
NCAA Gains Federal Approval to Investigate Violations
The NCAA has been given the go ahead by the federal government to begin looking into policy violations surrounding the federal basketball investigation. According to YAHOO! Sports, this preliminary step could launch one of the most important actions ever taken by the NCAA enforcement division.
Monday, November, 05, 2018
Product Spotlight: AB Show 2018 Exhibitors
Check out these products as seen in the November | December 2018 issue.
Thursday, October, 18, 2018
Village Looks to New Pool to Meet Long-Term Needs
The McFarland School District of South Central Wisconsin has been slowly outgrowing its aquatics facilities for decades. Built in 1978, the original Angie O'Donnell Aquatic Center has a six-lane rectangular competition pool that is in constant demand, both from students and across the village's demographic spectrum. Now, after a years-long planning and approval process, the facility will be flexing its boundaries to make room for the flood of interest that consistently meets its programming.