While you can easily track frequency and duration of exercise, determining the intensity of your workout is more challenging. This is where heart rate tracking comes into play.
Committing to exercise is a great step toward better health. Cooper Fitness Center Fitness Director Mary Edwards gives her top five tips for putting your best foot forward when it comes to getting into a workout routine in the new year.
It can be challenging to keep up with your regular fitness routine during the busy holiday season. Try these tips from Cooper Fitness Center to keep yourself and your family active during this busy time of year.
Using dumbbells for strength training doesn't mean you have to focus specifically on your arms. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Patrick Fisher explains how to incorporate dumbbells into your full-body workout routine.
It’s easy to get stuck in a rut or lose your motivation when you work out alone. Mary and Shannon Edwards, Professional Fitness Trainers at Cooper Fitness Center share some of the benefits of training with a partner.
Small Group Training (SGT) at Cooper Fitness Center incorporates both strength and conditioning to give you a challenging full-body workout modifiable to your fitness level and goals.
Don't let yourself get stuck in a workout rut. Classic exercises like push-ups and pull-ups can be modified and revamped to keep your workout routine fresh and challenging.
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.