How can we best meet the needs of our student staff? Lindsay Brookey of North Carolina – Chapel Hill explores successful ways she has focused the experiences of her student staff on development and retention.
Brian Luu, Assistant Director, UC Davis Campus Recreation–Living Well Unit explains why "fitness instructors are no longer just fitness instructors. They are ambassadors of wellness."
Deb Johnson, Director of Recreation at UC Davis, reflects on expanding their Athletics and Recreation Center and shares some insights about how the new facility has been received since opening earlier this year.
NIRSA Platinum Partner Technogym shares topics related to wellness and lifestyle; see how meditation has been gaining momentum among elite and even recreational athletes.
With rates of stress, anxiety, and depression increasing among today's students, the need for campus recreation departments to serve as more than just the "gym" on campus is clear to many leaders in higher education.
Executive Director of CU Denver Wellness & Recreation and an ACE Certified Health Coach, Amber Long explains why she is “eager to watch our industry evolve to meet the changing wellbeing needs of our students.”
While it might be tempting to think that all exercise bikes, programs, and instructors are interchangeable, nothing could be further from the truth. The best group cycling programs find the right blend of these three critical factors.
It may surprise you to learn that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) programs, like Sprint 8, might also help fight cancer; but recent findings published across multiple scientific journals suggest just that.
If you want to maximize an underused space and provide a community-building opportunity for your students, a turnkey option like MX4 from your partners at Matrix might be the perfect solution to that empty court.