Today’s fitness centers in schools and colleges are not only powered up to higher standards but they must reflect the school’s brand identity – and inspire social meeting opportunities for high achieving students.

Maximize Weight Training Area:

To entice athletes and inspire active exercisers, try maximizing the weight lifting areas in your school fitness center. Today’s Students want more than just a basketball court.

Try creating an expansive strength training area with a sports-specific mix of free weights, bench areas, resistance machines and personal training exercise equipment.

If Done well, the free weight training areas in any school can provide 24/7 energy along with physical education classes, school assemblies, and training the school sports teams.

(Re)Stock Equipment:

As school gets back in session, PE teachers and coaches are taking inventories of the weight room and fitness center needs with the interest in and momentum behind starting the school year off as strongly as possible.

Bumpers and bars don’t last forever, especially when they have to endure months of team training and thousands of hours of lifting and dropping.

Key fitness brands like Troy Barbell & Fitness offer both premium and economy versions of its five most popular student fitness and training products – kettlebells, bumpers, plates, bars, and dumbbells – to meet needs at every level.

Schools have their best opportunity at the beginning of the year to re-equip and restore their training rooms.

Update Technology:

In weight rooms, there’s not necessarily much “technology” to update, though screens of all sizes and shapes are routinely driving today’s fitness and training needs.

If you have cardio equipment or other options that integrate with technology platforms, make sure you have the latest updates and features.

Technology is a requirement in nearly every school environment, and that holds true for the fitness facilities as well.