Rise of the Indoor Home Gym

Rise of the Indoor Home Gym

More opportunities for practice means a better chance of your youngsters reaching their personal athletic goals! Harsh Weather At the time of this writing, the current temperature in Louisville, KY is 11 degrees F, with a wind-chill factor of 1 degree. It’s safe to assume your aspiring young athletes are more likely to be gaming on their XBOX than out shooting free-throws or practicing penalty kicks in this frigid weather. The Kentucky seasons contribute greatly to the State’s unique beauty, but these harsh winter months, and the often scorching hot August temps, can hinder a young athlete’s ability to develop as a player, no matter the Sport. While most athletes have access to a school, church, or local gym at which they can put in practice during harsh weather, limited operating hours, scheduling, travel arrangements, and competition for these spaces can make it difficult to take full advantage. Hence the rise of the indoor home gym! Year-round Use An indoor home gym can constitute anything from a small room in the basement with a hoop, to a multi-sport building suitable for entertaining the high school basketball team. The important aspect is that its located on your property and able to be used whenever you see fit, especially on those hot or cold days. Whether you are building a new home or planning an addition to your current one, working an indoor home gym into the plans will provide a space for your young athletes to practice year-round, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. More opportunities for practice means a better chance of your youngsters reaching their personal...
Sport Court CourtBuilders™ and Employees Participate in NCAA® Final Four® Events on Sport Court and Connor Sports Surfaces

Sport Court CourtBuilders™ and Employees Participate in NCAA® Final Four® Events on Sport Court and Connor Sports Surfaces

During the Men’s and Women’s Final Four, Sport Court was represented with 140,400 square feet of Sport Court surfaces at NCAA Final Four Fan Events and by the presence of Sport Court CourtBuilders and Employees. Quick Overview: Fan Fest attendees had the opportunity to take their photo on the logo of the Official Court of the Final Four in the Sport Court and Connor Sports booth. An average of 300 people per day took their photo on our surfaces. CourtBuilders were involved in NCAA community projects and Final Four Fan Events at both Championship locations. A few CourtBuilders joined their Regionals at the Final Four games and some even got to shoot hoops on the Official Court of the Final Four! NexCourt Helps WorldVentures Foundation, Nancy Lieberman Charities and NCAA Build the Women’s Final Four DreamCourt Mark Kunysek installed the 68-by-118 feet Women’s Final Four DreamCourt that was purchased as part of the NCAA Women’s Final Four Legacy Project. The court features eight basketball hoops, and Sport Court’s PowerGame in the signature DreamCourt blue and orange. Its centerpiece is the DreamCourt logo, flanked by the logos of all four supporting organizations. The Foxes Tour the University of Phoenix Stadium Jim and Jimmy Fox joined Sport Court employees and customers for a tour of the University of Phoenix Stadium before the Final Four games kicked-off! The Foxes, and other tour members, got to see the locker rooms, hold a mock press conference in the press room and shoot hoops on the #OfficialCourt of the Final Four. Jim played basketball at South Carolina and had the opportunity to play on the...