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Funded entirely by donations, the center was officially dedicated on October 22 when Tufts honored Steve Tisch, chairman of the New York Football Giants and academy award-winning film producer, for leading philanthropic efforts to enhance Tufts sports and fitness facilities. Tisch, a member of Tufts' class of 1971, contributed $13 million in gifts, including a $3 million challenge to inspire other alumni and friends to contribute.
"As an institution, we value athletics and fitness," said Tufts President Anthony P. Monaco. "Participation in sports teaches self-discipline, teamwork, strategy and sportsmanship. It also helps develop habits that can lead to a lifetime of better health, both physical and mental. Our entire community will benefit from this wonderful center made possible by the vision of Steve Tisch and other generous friends of Tufts."
Tufts University has a strong tradition of celebrating health and wellness, from its health sciences schools to an annual marathon challenge that has trained hundreds to run in Boston's famous race to a Personalized Performance program that offers one-on-one fitness training to university students and employees.But over time, demand for sports and fitness space outstripped university resources and facilities on College Avenue in Medford were no longer adequate. Tufts had previously planned to renovate an existing, aged athletics building and add a new facility. In 2010, Tufts began working with Stanmar, Inc., on a new approach to the facility, with a different floor plan and entry concept in front of the old building. The resulting Steve Tisch Sports and Fitness Center offers greater efficiencies, superior space and significant cost savings compared with the original concept.
"I'm extremely pleased to be part of a project that is devoted to promoting the health and well-being of the Tufts community," said Steve Tisch. "Through my years with the Giants, I understand the importance of activity and fitness for overall well-being. This project will ensure that students, faculty and staff have access to a state-of-the-art center, and will continue the conversation of health and well-being on campus."
The center consolidates the historic Cousens Gymnasium, adjacent recreation spaces and the Gantcher Family Sports and Convocation Center, which were previously separated. Since its unofficial opening at the beginning of the fall 2012 semester, it has already become a favorite campus destination.A three-story open atrium creates a communal entrance space that makes navigating the facility easy by offering views into various activity spaces. A 7,000-square-foot fitness room and multipurpose fitness studios offer students, faculty and staff treadmills, stationary bikes, weight training machines and free weights, with dedicated space for the personalized fitness training. Additional space includes team rooms, sports medicine suites, classrooms, offices and film and conference rooms.
We offer a wide variety of programs for fitness and competition. We have Boxing, Kickboxing, Jiu Jitsu, MMA, Wrestling, Sports Performance, Kids Classes Group Exercise and even weight loss specific programs available.
Patriot offers many types of fitness classes including Boxing, Kickboxing, Strength Training, Sports Performance and Kids classes. While most of our classes are designed to burn 800-1000 calories in an hour, we do modify for all fitness levels. Our classes are designed for everyone from beginner to professional athletes.
Fitness is for everyone no matter what age or fitness level. We offer over 30 classes weekly (all levels) including daily Yoga, step aerobics, daily cycling/spinning classes, Fit For Life, and ZUMBA classes, step and resistance training, Insanity, Battle Ropes and PUMP!!. We have numerous state-of-the-art cardiovascular machines (most with personal viewing monitors or wide-screen TV access) and 3 rooms full of weight machines and free weights.
A group of delegates from ACSM, the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine and the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine recently met to write updated guidelines on the care and treatment of select musculoskeletal injuries as part of the annual Team Physician Consensus Conference (TPCC). The TPCC Executive Committee, consisting of ACSM Fellows Stan Herring, M.D.; Ben Kibler, M.D.; and Margot Putukian, M.D., along with delegates from the partner organizations, reviewed the current scientific literature and clinical evidence to write the new evidence-based statement for clinicians. The resulting document, which will be published in 2022, will provide guidance and serve as a teaching tool for physicians, residents and fellows working in the sports medicine field.Learn More About TPCC
Dr. Abena Tannor recently completed the requirements and passed examinations to become the first fully accredited and trained family medicine and sports exercise and rehabilitation medicine fellow in Ghana and sub-Saharan Africa. She achieved this historic feat despite facing several challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about her journey and how ACSM membership helped her.
Sports, fitness activities, and socializing can often be intimidating to many children depending on their ability. Sports and fitness can be a gateway to building self-esteem and confidence. With that in mind, we have created a unique approach to youth fitness by getting athletes to play and move prior to injecting technique and development into the session. We consider ourselves to be both teachers and coaches. As teachers, our goal is to plant seeds; as coaches, our goal is to get results. Overall, our objective is to enable any child, regardless of ability or background, to have an enriching, active experience.
Located next door to Scripps Clinic Torrey Pines, between I-5 and Torrey Pines State Park, the fitness center offers a wide range of classes and equipment along with certified personal trainers and class instructors.
Whether your goal is to work one-on-one with people to maintain a healthy lifestyle and achieve personal wellness goals, to manage fitness programs or facilities, to coach athletes, or to promote sporting events or teams, we will help you to create a winning career.
In our degree program, there is no need to choose between the disciplines of business and science. You will gain a strong grounding in both the business of sports/fitness and the science of human movement, physiology, and more. As a sports and fitness management major, you will complete diverse course work spanning topics in:
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of fitness trainers and instructors is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2028, thanks to the rapid expansion of the health and fitness industry. As the percentage of the world population affected by obesity grows, so, too, does the need for professionals trained to address this epidemic and other noncommunicable health burdens.
Nearly every sports and fitness administration program includes a course in sports marketing. Why? Learning what sports fans and athletes want and need and promoting sporting organizations both large and small are key management activities.
SFIA research, working in partnership with Sports Marketing Surveys USA, is the leading supplier of sports and fitness research, publishing over 100 industry reports each year on industry and product categories, helping you to understand and manage your business.
As health care costs and life expectancies increase, our society places an increasing value on physical fitness and healthy lifestyles. More people are turning to sports and fitness professionals to assist and educate them in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Fitness programs provide Soldiers, DA civilians, Family members, and retirees to demand-driven opportunities to combat stress, enhance general physical fitness, and contribute to the Total Army Family's overall wellness.
The Fort Greely Intramural Sports Program offers broad-based team and individual sports based on Soldier interest, installation Senior and Mission Commander desire, availability of garrison sports facilities, unit mission requirements, and local climate.
The Physical Readiness Training Facility (PRTF) is an indoor training facility that features a running track and fitness space inside the track area. The PRTF allows Soldiers to train for and conduct their Army Combat Fitness Test. 041b061a72