New Team Record Board Installs Help Lift Up Athletes in the NAU Weight Room

What do you do when you need workout motivation? Student athletes at Northern Arizona University just have to look up now, thanks to the new weight-lifting team record board installs from bluemedia.

These record boards are installed throughout the NAU weight room in the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome – a 272,000 square-foot, multi-purpose athletic building on campus. The weight room is used by athletes from many different sports programs, and this is reflected in the diverse athletic records displayed: tennis, soccer, cross country, golf, football and many more.

Before beginning on the installation, a bluemedia producer visited the weight room and strategized on how to best bring the school’s record board idea to life. We decided to use several different materials for the wall displays, and angle them down for best visibility from the weight equipment below.

There is a shield-shaped display on the wall for each sport’s record board, with room for up to four records to be featured at one time. To keep it cost effective for the school to update in the future, the individual plaques have Velcro on the back and are easily removable. The boards are in NAU branded colors, and made with Sintra printed plaques. It took three installers just one day to complete the project.

Now, every NAU sports team can efficiently keep track of their athlete’s weight-lifting records – from squats to bench press. And the bluemedia team can gawk safely from afar!

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New weight room record boards motivate NAU athletes to lift heavier, work harder, and commit themselves

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A bluemedia producer helped keep the project cost effective with removable records plaques held up by Velcro

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