The SportsArt Revolution

With offices around the world servicing 80 countries, SportsArt provides superlative technology and equipment that empowers fitness,...  More

Overcoming Spatial Limitations: Canisius College’s Athletics Facilities Excel in Tight Quarters

When city campuses are combined with robust athletics departments, the result can be challenging circumstances that call for big-time...  More

Why Gym Users are Demanding More Strength Training Options

As 2023 gets underway, we’re seeing an emerging theme that began during the pandemic. All across the country, people in all walks of life...  More

Keeping Wood Floors Beautiful for Years

Wood floors in gymnasiums have proven to provide unmatched surfaces for sports activities, from gymnastics to basketball. If taken care of...  More

The Outdoor Fitness Park: A Creative Campus Tool for Healthier Students

Many people, especially college students, live with the stress of fast-paced lifestyles. Too often, exercise time gets cut out to make room...  More

Shine a Little Light on Athletic Performance

Recruiting top athletes is serious business for universities, and having high-quality facilities is one of the best ways a school can gain...  More

Fitness Centers Re-open, on Some Campuses

Fitness and recreation centers are a vital part of private college and university campuses. These sites are typically bustling with...  More

Protecting and Maintaining Gym Floors

Private university administrators may not realize this, but replacing their gym floor can cost upwards of $100,000. As important as the...  More

Aquatics-Based Fun and Fitness at Rollins College & Duke University

Fox Day at Rollins College (Winter Park, Florida) is an annual tradition dating back to 1956. For a single day each spring, on a day deemed...  More

Versatile Fitness

My older brother warned me about the “Freshman 15,” and I should have listened. But I was young and eager to be on my own, and I lacked...  More