Tuesday, August, 28, 2018
Designated Spaces Bring Fitness Programming Outdoors
There's an age-old question that is almost as common in a learning environment as "When are we ever going to use this?" It goes, "Can we have class outside?" At the University of Oregon, that answer is yes — at least, if the class in question is part of any one of the school's group exercise programs or its for-credit Introduction to CrossFit physical education class.
Wednesday, August, 22, 2018
Female Marines Train at Historically All-Male Base
Last week, the Marine Corps marked 100 years of women in service, and celebrated the occasion (unofficially) with a series of groundbreaking events staged over the past 12 months. The Orange County Register provided a rundown of the year’s notable firsts:
Tuesday, August, 07, 2018
Product Spotlight 2018: Locker Room & Laundry Components
Check out these products as seen in the July|August 2018 issue.
Foreman Locker Systems
Traditionally a manufacturer of lockers specified for fitness, outdoor, aquatic and winter sports, Foreman Locker Systems now caters to a much wider range of sports, including baseball, basketball, football and ice hockey. Based on specific kit requirements for individual sports, Foreman Locker Systems has created a line of bespoke lockers to fulfill the needs of almost all popular sporting activities. All product categories are available both in traditional wood technology and in a uniquely crafted hybrid version. The product includes a 20-year warranty.
Monday, July, 30, 2018
New Projects: Nelson Park | Hope Fieldhouse | Long Reach Tennis Club
Tuesday, July, 24, 2018
New Products: Cardio Equipment | Pool Heater | Sport Surfacing
Check out the newest products as seen in the July|August 2018 issue.
Monday, July, 16, 2018
Sarah Hirshland Named New Permanent CEO of USOC
Last Thursday, the U.S. Olympic committee named top golf executive Sarah Hirshland to the position of CEO, according to the Huffington Post.
Wednesday, June, 27, 2018
No Post-Suspension Return for WKU Swimming, Diving
A recent budget meeting at Western Kentucky University concluded in a $1.14 million reduction to the school’s athletics operating budget. The new budget was approved Friday by the Board of Regents and includes the elimination of all funds previously allocated to the WKU swimming and diving program.
Thursday, June, 21, 2018
Product Spotlight 2018: Building Systems & Shade Structures
Check out these products as seen in the June 2018 issue.
Wednesday, June, 20, 2018
How Shade Structures Enhance the Fan Experience
Located in Gainesville, where the average high temperature ranges between 82 and 92 degrees seven months out of the year, the University of Florida understands the need for shade, both to shield spectators from the sun's harmful rays and to entice those spectators to continue spending their afternoons at the ballpark. As sports teams learn to harness the power of smartphone apps and social media to promote their brand and increase fan engagement, an unanticipated side effect is that being outside — and in the direct light of the sun — is an impediment to screen usage. That's where shade structures come in.
Monday, June, 18, 2018
New Projects: Paso Robles Aquatic Complex | OSU Baseball Stadium | Viking Pavilion