There are many variations of lockers available on the market, so how do you choose just the right one? When it comes to choosing or designing lockers for Physical Education class applications, there are size and security considerations. Following are some guidelines to help you make an informed decision: Size: For Physical Education lockers, you […]
An outdoor electronic scoreboard isn’t a small investment, but it’s a necessary one. School teams absolutely must have a dependable, highly visible scoreboard for field sports.
If the old scoreboard in your gymnasium has reached the point that it must be replaced, don’t be too upset about having to buy a new one. It is a significant expense, but it also is a prime opportunity to modernize your gym. The resulting improvement will be well worth the investment—if you make smart purchasing decisions.
A portable basketball backstop generally includes a base with wheels, backboard, pole and rim. Portable units are practical. You can use them virtually anywhere, year round, and they’re a good choice for casual and recreational play as well as individual and team practice.
It’s no secret that baseball and softball teams that get the most practice are often the most successful. Selecting the right outdoor batting cages can go a long way toward giving your teams an on-the-diamond advantage.
Purchasing indoor batting cages can be a particularly good decision for schools. Sometimes an indoor location is purely a necessity, when there isn’t enough room outdoors – even seasonally — to accommodate batting cages. But choosing an indoor batting cage also helps alleviate problems created when “unfriendly” weather encroaches on baseball and softball seasons.
Hustling after a loose ball going out of bounds in a tight basketball game, a player shouldn’t have to worry about crashing into a hard gymnasium wall. That’s why protective gymnasium wall padding is so essential to any gym where the walls are in close proximity to the court.
But gymnasium wall padding can serve as much more than a protective barrier between players and injury.
One of the great attractions of basketball is that it doesn’t require a lot of equipment. That’s why you see outdoor basketball courts in parks, schools, driveways, and backyards across the country. You don’t need to have access to a gym or buy specialized equipment to enjoy the game.
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