Have you wondered what the long, large ropes you’ve seen in the gym have to do with exercise? Battle ropes are an exciting tool used in strength training and can be as effective at improving overall strength as lifting free weights.
Muscle Activation Techniques is often used during rehab from injuries, but MAT isn’t only for the injured or the athlete. Learn more about MAT from Cooper Fitness Center MAT specialist Paul Mossa.
Cycling has become an increasingly popular sport, as it offers a number of health benefits and is an excellent workout option. Learn more cycling tips and tricks from Cooper Fitness Center Indoor Cycling Instructor, Marianna Clement.
More than meditation, yoga is a physical activity that relieves stress. Focused breathing and proper posture are key when it comes to practicing yoga and leaving your worries behind.
Tennis requires specific conditioning to get the body in shape for the quick movements and power bursts needed to play. Learn tennis-specific conditioning tips from Cooper Fitness Center Tennis Pro Corey Noel.
Injuries to the rotator cuff are common in people who play sports such as golf or tennis, or whose job or lifestyle requires frequently lifting heavy objects overhead. Strength and flexibility training can prevent a number of injuries to the rotator cuff.
Fear of the water is common, even in adults, but learning water safety skills and how to swim can build the confidence needed.
Does the snooze button get in the way of your morning workout? Read on for motivation to resist snoozing and begin your day with exercise.
Train your body to do more than walk on a treadmill—train for extreme sports and improve multi-directional movement and strength with functional training.
Every day in America, children and adults will be bullied by another person trying to exert his power or strength over his victim. Find out how learning Martial Arts can help reduce bullying in our culture.