All posts tagged "programming"

  • Developing Group X: Why It’s Worth Offering

    Students are seeking more from their workout experiences than just a big room with weights. More often than not, they’re seeking community as well as...

  • Developing Group X: Challenges

    Students are seeking more from their workout experiences than just a big room with weights. More often than not, they’re seeking community as well as...

  • At the Roots

    Students leaving the DePaul University rec center may have the typical “fitness” items in their hands — water bottles, gym bags or headphones. But, they also...

  • Ask the Expert: Benjamin Pazian

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Benjamin Pazian, the aquatics coordinator at the University of South Florida, shares advice on...

  • Making A Splash

    If you’re having trouble maintaining strong participation in aquatics, it might be time to look beyond your usual programming. Hosting a special, once-a-year event is...

  • Equipped to Change

    Staying relevant necessitates staying on top of current trends in fitness. Since the needs of college students are constantly changing, it’s up to campus rec...

  • Officially Official

    Finding the right people to officiate intramurals may seem tough, especially if you’re establishing a new program. Participants can get a bit competitive in the...

  • Reaching to the Top

    Is your facility ready for the growth of collegiate climbing? Is it prepared to reach new heights? All disciplines and forms of climbing have continued...

  • The Art of Highlighting Fitness Programs

    Simply offering specialized fitness programs like Group X or personal training isn’t enough — you have to generate interest in your students to participate. Doing...

  • Tapping into the HIIT Market

    In recent years, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has blown up in the market and has been a powerful tool for all types of fitness...