March 1, 2010 | Written by: Andrew Cohen | Featuring: Acentech

Resolving Sound Transference Issues is One of the Most Challenging Aspects in the Design of Fitness Centers.

Fitness centers include various spaces meant for various activities, some that produce a lot of noise and others that require a quiet, contemplative atmosphere. Clanging weights and weight plates, whirring cardiovascular equipment, amplified music, the thwack of racquetballs and the pounding of aerobicizing feet and basketballs all have to somehow be prevented from wrecking the ability of staff members to hear themselves think or the mood inside the yoga room.



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