IN EVERY ISSUE:
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: Healthy dialogue
STARTING LINES: Velocity-based training concepts hit the weight room.
ONE ON ONE: Author Jerry Logan reveals the strategy behind Butler University’s Cinderella story.
NEW AND IMPROVED: New Product Roundup: LED Displays | Disinfectant | Aquatics
FORWARD PROGRESS: New Projects: Sacred Heart Hockey Arena | San Francisco Waldorf High School
DESIGN DETAILS: Barn-like building packs programming for prep school.
LEGAL ACTION: Title IX in the context of sweeping nationwide sports cuts.
THE OWNERS CLUB: Chris eyes virtual programming in a post-pandemic fitness landscape.
SAFETY & SECURITY: Event-management protocols in place during the pandemic are likely here to stay.
NIRSA REC CENTER: How two rec centers successfully took their programming outdoors.
NEXT GENERATION OF CAMPUS REC: Outdoor rec broke our essayist’s routine, and a natural leader emerged.
How the pandemic accelerated the outdoor fitness trend.
Amid capacity restrictions, scheduling softwarehas never been handier.
Designing a pool deck to meet the needs of swimmers, spectators, families and officials.
Gym owners must reexamine their legal agreements in the wake of COVID-19.
Eight factors that should influence any gymnasium flooring purchase.
These articles originally appeared in the May 2021 issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.