Who Gets a Key -- Is Supervision in the Weight Room Really Necessary

Strange, Doug; Nitka, Mike
June 2004
Strength & Conditioning Journal;Jun2004, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p23
Academic Journal
Adhering to specific guidelines and standards for risk management provides consistency with the facility's operating procedures and decreases the opportunity for unsupervised training, thus decreasing chance of litigation.


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