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Ever-Expanding Aquatics

Tips for Programming a Profitable Pool

Feature Article - November 2015

There are basic programs every pool should offer, but if you want to operate in the black, it's important to consider your options and know how to program a variety of opportunities effectively.

Generation Recreation

Catering Wellness & Fitness to Active Agers, Teens and More

Web Exclusive - November 2015

Whether it's designed for active agers or bored teens, programming that is meant for a specific age group is an important part of a facility's lineup.


Boosting Group Fitness Participation
Brickhouse Cardio Club in Princeton, W.Va.

Facility Profile - October 2015

When this fitness club wanted to boost engagement in group fitness, it turned to an innovative HIIT program to get members hyped.

Joining Forces

Partnerships Help Parks, Recreation Facilities Improve Effectiveness

Feature Article - August 2015

Developing partnerships with other organizations, whether they are nonprofit or for-profit, is vital in helping to make recreation facilities more effective in executing their plans for new or existing developments or programs. Learn about how to form effective partnerships.

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YMCA, Healthy Weight Partnership Collaborate to Fight Childhood Obesity

Before You Go - August 2015

YMCA of the USA and Healthy Weight Partnership Inc., an organization that develops and implements evidence-based weight management programs, are entering a long-term agreement that allows YMCAs across the United States to offer the Mind, Exercise, Nutrition…Do it! (MEND) 7-13 program. MEND is one of the world's largest evidence-based childhood obesity programs that empowers 7- to 13-year-olds, with the support of their families, to reach a healthy weight.

2015 State of the Industry

A Look at What's Happening in Recreation, Sports and Fitness Facilities

Feature Article - June 2015

More than 2,300 professionals responded to our call for information about their facilities, operations, programming, staffing and more. . Here, we summarize their responses.

Programming Across the Ages

An Inclusive Attitude Gets Active Adults & Seniors Involved

Web Exclusive - May 2015

By 2017, one of every two people in the United States will be older than 50, and recreation, sports and fitness facilities are adapting to meet the changing needs of this aging population.

No Obstacle to Success

Web Exclusive - April 2015

Obstacle course races have seen a huge upswing over the past several years. Learn more about this unique approach to racing events and why people come in droves to compete.

Beyond Treading Water

Finding Profitability in Aquatic Operations

Supplement Feature - February 2015

If only aquatic facility managers could control the weather, they might be able to improve their bottom line.

Fit to Be Tried

New Trends in Fitness Programming

Feature Article - February 2015

The latest trends in fitness programming indicate a more individualized approach, with greater connectedness, more group fitness activities and more.