All of the above
None of the above
How many athletes will use the facility?
What types of strength and conditioning training does each athletic group require?
What colors will make the athletes work harder?
What is the training experience of the athletes using the facility?
Type of Flooring
Amount of water fountains
Centrally, with large windows to allow clear view of the entire facility
Centrally, with large windows to allow clear view of the power racks, they are the most important to watch
Centrally, with one window to allow light in to the office to save electricity
In the corner, so that only two walls will be needed to build it.
Carpet is fairly inexpensive with multiple color choices.
Rubber floors provide better shock absorbing cushion.
Carpet is the most durable option
Poured rubber surface is easy to clean and is a safe surface.
Windows should be 21+ inches from the floor to protect them from rolling items
Temperature should be about 72-78 degrees
Humidity should be more than 60%
High windows and skylights should not be over supine stations to prevent glare
Drinking fountain location--easily accessible, but not disturb the flow of traffic
Restrooms--should be in/near the facility
Telephones--to call and talk to other athletes and friends
Storage facility--available for unused equipment and maintenance items
Junior High School 1:5
High School 1:15
Older than high school 1:20
Safety and Color coordination
Safety and Function
Function and Color Coordination
Color Coordination and How many machines you can fit in the facility
Assumption of risk
Assumption of Risk
Standard of Care
Breach of Duty