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Looking for ways to get your kids up and moving? Read our top five play date ideas.
The Cooper Institute’s FitnessGram is a widely used fitness assessment in America’s schools. Learn about the program and what’s in store for the future.
Cool down this summer with water aerobics. These exercises will get you in shape and keep you out of the rising heat!
Summer months are synonymous with swimsuits and fit bodies, especially the midsection. If you’re looking to get your core in shape, try out these exercises.
Beat the summer blues for your child by creating fun and active games to play at home. These activities will keep them moving and laughing all summer.
Arthritis is frequently painful and can be difficult to manage. Read how certain exercise moves can help relieve the discomfort caused by arthritis.
Pilates stems from the core and works on control, breathing and strength. Find out why Pilates might be a great fit for you.
Boot camp is a popular trend in the fitness world. Learn the benefits and what to watch out for when it comes to this high-intensity workout.
Walking is a great way to burn calories while applying minimal stress to your joints. Find out the best ways to walk for your health.
Have fun and get fit by playing basketball. Read more to learn how your heart and muscles will benefit.
If you're heading to a warm vacation this spring break, take these exercise tips for quick results.
Find out our top five tips to get your heart pumping with strength training.
Read our top tips to keep you fit this year with self-defense and martial arts.
Are you looking to refresh your fitness routine? There's no better time than now, especially kicking off the New Year.
Learn more from a Cooper Fitness Center expert about how to adapt your workout routine to the chilly weather.
Read our helpful tips for your kids' sports tryouts.
Whether you're just getting into the gym or a seasoned veteran, learn the steps you should take in order to achieve a healthy weight loss.
Read more to find out the specifics when it comes to working out before, during and after pregnancy.
If you're sore or fatigued after regular exercise, it could mean you aren't performing a proper warm up and cool down. Learn more about what you can do in just 10 minutes to make sure you achieve the best workout.
Learn five 30-minute family fitness games that will have everyone breaking a sweat and having a blast!
Learn a few exercises for your arms, legs and core that will help give you an edge at your next race.
Read about easy ways to incorporate fitness into your daily routine-no matter what that is-and which exercises are most effective for you based on time frame and location.
How do you know you are practicing the right exercises and targeting the correct core muscles? Learn more about the anatomy and exercises for your core.
Have you ever wondered about all of the hype surrounding yoga? Read more about the benefits of this stress-reducing form of exercise.
Are you missing a core component of the perfect workout: stability? An easy and cost-effective way to work this into your fitness routine is by using a stability ball.
Read more about how this ancient tradition could be your ticket to wellness.
Thirty minutes of exercise daily will inevitably lead you to better health. With various ways to lose the extra pounds or maintain a healthy weight, it can be difficult keeping up with the right techniques for your personal goals. Here are some things to consider when choosing the workout to achieve your goals.
Aerobic dance is easy, effective, and loads of fun. If you find yourself in the mood for movement, read more about why aerobic dancing should be part of your fitness routine.
If your child is interested in playing basketball, learn more about age, skills and preparation.
What looks like a cannonball with a handle is actually one of the oldest strength training tools that's still in use today. Find out about the benefits of Kettlebell training.
If improving your fitness is at the top of your to-do list, read these top 10 ways to boost your fitness level.
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper discusses why both aerobics (endurance) and strength training should be a part of every person's fitness program - and aerobic exercise should constitute at least 50 percent of a weekly workout schedule, no matter your age.
It is half ball, half board and one of our favorite tools to use for balance exercises.
Fitness opportunities can be similar and different for both men and women. Learn about the specifics when it comes to fitness programs for the genders.
It is important that our youth are exposed to a variety of activities that will enhance all the components of physical fitness. Learn more about one of these key components, resistance training.
Learn why circuit training might be a great addition to your fitness routine.