Table of Contents: April 2020 | Athletic Business

Table of Contents: April 2020

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IN EVERY ISSUE:

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: Perspective is Everything

STARTING LINES: Why the Capitals Are Investing in Youth Hockey

ONE ON ONE: Native American Shares Personal Mascot Experience

NEW AND IMPROVED: New Product Roundup: Climbing Machine | Disinfectant | Treadmill

FORWARD PROGRESS: New Projects: Florida Gulf Coast Rec | Johns Hopkins University and More

DESIGN DETAILS: Fieldhouse Curtain Wall Captures Extraordinary Views

 

VOICES:

LEGAL ACTION: The perils of legislating concussion protocols in prep sports.

THE OWNERS CLUB: Chris discusses how to infuse your club with a clear-cut culture.

PERSONAL BEST: How to foster a sense of belonging among recreation participants.

SAFETY & SECURITY: Technology's role in Chase Center's security and operations.

NIRSA REC CENTER: The importance of continuing education in college recreation.

NEXT GENERATION OF CAMPUS REC: Contest winner Samantha Estep on personal growth through rec.

 

FEATURES:

Results from the 2020 Athletic Business College Rec Survey.

Building community around outdoor fitness spaces.

How a growing Agape Tennis Academy handles facility management.

Designing nutritional spaces to keep college student-athletes fueled and healthy.

Going beyond the status quo for aquatics accessibility.


These articles originally appeared in the April 2020 issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

 

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