The Dallas Morning News
April 12, 2011
Your brain has a lot to do with your decision to work out. Training your brain is required just as training your body to become fit. See what Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Carla Sottovia, PhD, says about the first steps of establishing an exercise routine.
Star Local News
April 1, 2011
The Cooper Institute and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas designate Burks Elementary in McKinney, Texas, as the first "Healthy Zone" school in the country. The Healthy Zone School Recognition Program is a national effort to combat childhood obesity through education in physical fitness and nutrition.
NBC 5 - Dallas Fort Worth
March 24, 2011
You might think you are getting a healthy snack at the nearby frozen yogurt shop. With all of the chocolate and treats packed on top of your yogurt, you are actually creating a diet downfall. Learn from a Cooper Clinic dietitian how to keep it healthy next time you eat frozen yogurt.
My Sweet Charity Blog
March 23, 2011
See Troy Aikman and Dr. Kenneth Cooper team up to announce the first "healthy zone school." Also, check out the fun at The Cooper Institute's "Teaming up for Healthy Kids" luncheon.
The Dallas Morning News
March 22, 2011
With the help of NFL legend, Troy Aikman, Dr. Kenneth Cooper announced the first school to be designated a “healthy zone school” under a program organized by the Cooper Institute and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.
NBC DFW Online
February 28, 2011
The Coop’s workout wear is featured in this spring fashion preview. See the outfits modeled by Cooper Fitness Center professional fitness trainers.
Dallas Observer: Unfair Park Blog
February 2, 2011
Dr. Kenneth Cooper takes a stand concerning childhood obesity issues at Dallas City Hall for the Mayor's Youth Fitness Initiative. Read more about Dallas' current situation on youth health and the obesity epidemic.
The New York Times
January 30, 2011
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper is known for coining the term, and publishing the book "Aerobics" in 1968. Along with iconic leaders through the decades, Dr. Cooper is recognized in this New York Times timeline for his contribution to the health and fitness industry.
The Dallas Morning News' Dallas Life Blog
January 24, 2011
The Cooper Institute is bringing an 11-part obstacle course for kids at the 2011 NFL Experience. This is the only Dallas youth-related booth that will be there, so bring the kids for a good time!
Dallas Business Journal
January 21, 2011
Saving employer health care costs and creating company wellness programs is becoming increasingly popular. David Atkinson, vice president of corporate wellness at Cooper Corporate Solutions, explains the value of a wellness program.