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Star Trac Turbo Trainer

Great total body, self-powered bike that will not break the bank!   For more, check it out…. Star Trac Turbo Trainer (TM) The Turbo Trainer™ by Star Trac is a commercially designed air-driven bike that delivers simultaneous upper and lower body exercise through a distinctive isokinetic resistance mechanism. The flywheel design displaces air at a rate that

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Do You Have The Right Fitness Equipment Brands and Products for Your Amenity Fitness Center?

A fitness center in a multi-family property is a great value-add amenity that can help improve your property’s value, attract new residents and retain current customers. In fact, more and more people are basing their decisions on the quality and availability of such amenities when renting apartments, says the National Apartment Association (NAA). However, managing

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DRES Ward 6 Senior Wellness Center

SITUATION: When running for Mayor of Washington DC, one of Adrian Fenty’s promises was to improve living for the over 100,000 seniors living in the city. Since 2010, the city has opened a number of senior community centers.  Thanks to the funding efforts the Department of Real Estate Services (DRES), Ward 6 is happy to celebrate the

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Ten Tips For Keeping Your Rec Center Looking Like New

A terrific article by Athletic Business and written by Erik Kocher of Hastings + Chivetta Architects in St. Louis, and Diane Guse Dahmann, Executive Director of MizzouRec Services and Facilities at the University of Missouri, providing interesting insight on how to create and maintain a world class, amenity fitness center…. After the long years of planning

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Safety Issues Under Scrutiny in High School Weight Training

Excellent article by Greg Rosenstein, USA Today, as it relates to high school weight room safety and strength coach certification. Given the significant shift to Olympic lifting in high school facilities over the past fifteen years, the attention to safety and certification is required more than ever. When Boyd Epley walks into a high school

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Cardozo High School

When the 2013/2014 school year kicks off, faculty and students at Cardozo Educational Campus will enjoy newly renovated classrooms, gymnasiums, and athletic fields.  Ms. Emma Brown of the Washington Post said, “Gone is the crumbling interior, with dingy halls and windows that were stuck shut. Teachers hope that the new building, with its broad corridors,

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