Matching articles for Fitness: 135
Guest Column - April 2017
The hotel and resort business is highly competitive. While many hotels offer a gym where guests can get in a quick workout, it's wise to go above and beyond and incorporate your fitness offerings into your marketing, especially if you're focused on reaching customers who believe in eco-conscious choices.
Feature Article - March 2017
Locker rooms have come a long way from the bare-bones functional spaces of the past. Modern-day locker rooms are designed to please modern-day patrons, with amenities and layouts that makes more sense.
Guest Column - March 2017
Every fitness floor should feature some standard and expected fitness equipment, like treadmills, stationary bikes and elliptical trainers. But you can appeal to a wider variety of users if you add more choices to the mix.
Web Exclusive - March 2017
A new app is giving students, faculty, staff and alumni at SUNY New Paltz greater control over their exercise, while providing fitness and recreation facilities important information to help create a better exercise experience.
Feature Article - February 2017
Fitness trends come and go, and come and go, but there are ways to adapt so that you're always offering something that your members and visitors are looking for.
Web Exclusive - February 2017
Given that 80 percent of illness-causing germs are spread through touch, cleaning and disinfection is a critical step toward preventing illness and outbreak. Here are some tips to help prevent the spread of flu and other winter germs in your facility.
Feature Article - November 2016
From personal devices for tracking movement to equipment that engages and interacts, group fitness and more, fitness equipment is constantly adjusting to the expectations of exercisers.
Guest Column - November 2016
Athletic performance and fitness performance can be affected by the surface beneath our feet, which is why facility planners need to take care and select surfaces that will be effective for the kinds of programming they plan to offer.
Feature Article - September 2016
Outdoor fitness provides a way for everyone to get active without having to pony up for a gym membership, and communities are increasingly using them to boost their health.
Problem Solver - August 2016
Talk with manufacturers of outdoor fitness equipment about your goals and space. You can find predesigned packages that provide a full range of cardio, strength and flexibility training, or you can customize your own layout. What's more, you can start small and go big as funds become available, adding on to your outdoor gym over time.