Exercise alone does not foster weight loss, but when paired with a healthy diet and positive lifestyle choices, it can be a major factor in losing weight and maintaining a healthy weight.
Swimming, though a low-impact workout, is one of the top five aerobic exercises and can boost your level of fitness. Learn how to maximize your training both in the pool and on dry land in order to grow stronger and improve your stroke.
Mix up your usual workout with functional movement and strength training through the ViPR. The versatile tool adds a level of dynamic movement to any part or your exercise routine.
When playing your favorite sport, to perform at the top of your game, a varied workout routine paired with sport-specific professional training can help you reach and exceed your goals.
Training for a triathlon involves establishing goals, building endurance and incorporating healthy nutrition habits. If you’re ready to try a tri, these tips from Cooper Fitness Center’s Carla Sottovia will set you on the path to success.
Working with a personal trainer can improve your physical fitness while also providing education, goal-setting and building relationships. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Louie Herrera explains.
Starting a fitness journey alongside others gives you a greater chance of success. Cooper Fitness Center's Small Group Training (SGT) program combines the attention of one-on-one training with the camaraderie of group exercise to help you achieve your fitness goals.
Is your schedule full this time of year? Don’t let it affect your workout routine – you can get your heart pumping in just 10 minutes. Cooper Fitness Center’s Melissa Stansell explains how to make the most out of your limited workout time this holiday season.
Exercising outdoors in the winter months can be difficult due to weather and time constraints. Transform your outdoor exercise routine into an incredible indoor workout with tips from CFC Professional Fitness Trainer Angela Horner.
Training for a race or other form of endurance testing requires a balance of cardio and strength training, and requires a special focus on your body's movement. Cooper Fitness Center's Christian Mazur explains.