OCTOBER 2020

FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK

Learn, Adapt, Move Forward

FEATURES

Fresh Air & Exercise: For Public Health, Prescribe Outdoor Fitness Areas

Fresh Air & Exercise

For Public Health, Prescribe Outdoor Fitness Areas

Outdoor fitness areas have become increasingly popular over the past decade, and now that many folks are eschewing indoor exercise, these essential amenities will only become more popular.

Mix It Up: Innovative Accessories Help Pools Expand Programming

Mix It Up

Innovative Accessories Help Pools Expand Programming

A swimming pool can be so much more than a body of water to splash and play in. When you add essential accessories, you expand access, improve attendance and boost the fun factor.

(Rest)room for Improvement: Adding or Upgrading Restroom Facilities to Meet Visitor 	Expectations

(Rest)room for Improvement

Adding or Upgrading Restroom Facilities to Meet Visitor Expectations

A park or site without a restroom can’t keep visitors around for very long, but finding the right spot and the right restroom to meet your needs can be complex. We take a look at restroom structure options, from vault restrooms to flush facilities, along with how to keep them clean and as inviting as possible.

A March Toward Fun, Family & Fitness: Trends in Military Recreation

A March Toward Fun, Family & Fitness

Trends in Military Recreation

Sports and fitness, family recreation and more all go into making sure our military members are well served as they serve us. Find out more about trends in military recreation.

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WEB EXCLUSIVES

Get Kids Moving Again

The CDC has recognized that young people are becoming increasingly sedentary—and that was before COVID-19. The American Council on Exercise brought fitness and health experts together to offer some guidance.

Better Lighting, Less Maintenance

Fant-Ewing Coliseum at University of Louisiana Monroe

When the University of Louisiana Monroe needed a solution that provided better lighting while reducing maintenance costs, it turned to LED lighting for its Fant-Ewing Coliseum.

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GUEST COLUMNS

inPERSPECTIVE / SPLASH PLAY

Designing Inclusive Play on Splash Pads

Incorporating inclusive design into splash play areas is natural, and essential to serve the needs of your community.

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FACILITY PROFILES

inPRACTICE / SPORTS FACILITY

Designed for Play Efficiency
>> Boston Sports Institute // Wellesley, Mass.

Boston, known for its dense saturation of academic institutions and leading sports teams, possesses an ironic gap within its metro-suburban landscape—that of a professional-grade practice facility. Enter the sports ecosystem.

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DEPARTMENTS

inGRATITUDE

The Virtual P.E. Teachers of 2020

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PRODUCT SHOWCASES

Playground Safety Surfaces

Dog Park Equipment

New Product Ideas

Trade Show in Print

With in-person meetings on hold, we're bringing the trade show to you so you won't miss a thing.