Continuing Education

Strength and Conditioning Facilities: Why Flooring Is Key to Supporting High-Performance Athletes

Strength and conditioning facilities are designed for high-performance athlete training at the professional, international, national, collegiate, and high school levels. These facilities are fundamentally different than commercial fitness centers (which focus on improving general fitness) and must be custom designed for the athletes' sport-specific training programs. This course reviews key design considerations for these facilities, including specialized flooring construction required for athlete safety and preservation of building structure.

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Sponsor: Regupol America

Presenter: Matthew Montano, Regupol America

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

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