Suffering from an injury doesn't have to set you back on your exercise program. Cooper Fitness Center's Meridan Zerner explains how modification and knowing your body can keep you in shape, even through the rehabilitation process.
Pilates was originally developed as a rehabilitation tool. Cooper Fitness Center's Sarah Paxton explains how she works with clients to tailor workouts specifically to their needs to achieve lean and strong muscles.
Women facing health issues such as breast cancer can find a supportive, health-focused community through Cooper Fitness Center's Female Focus program.
Martial arts focus on much more than fighting and self-defense – they are truly an art form. Learn more about the mental and physical benefits of martial arts from Cooper Fitness Center Martial Arts Pro Mike Proctor.
Boxing is a sport that is excellent physical activity for both children and adults. Cooper Fitness Center Boxing Pro Derrick James explains the benefits.
Adjusting your physical activity level as you age is normal. Participation in lifelong sports such as swimming, golf and tennis, you can continue to compete well into your mature years.
The key to longevity is simple, according to Cooper Fitness Center’s Carla Sottovia – get moving and stay moving as you age. Learn more about functional movement and how it should be incorporated into the aging process.
Is it really necessary to warm-up before a workout or cool down after exercise? Cooper Fitness Center’s Wellness and Sports Pro Manager Heather Abrahamson explains.
Which type of exercise is the best to help you burn fat and shed unwanted pounds? Find out the secret to getting the most out of your time at the gym.
Spending time in the pool is one of the best ways to pass the hot summer days. Keep your kids safe in and around the water with these tips.