Maybe you can't move like you once did in your earlier years, but that doesn't mean you should stop working to improve your flexibility. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Louis Herrera discusses ways you can improve your flexibility, no matter your age.
The tense muscle pain you’re feeling could be a sign of a bigger problem─muscle weakness. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Robert Treece explains how Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) can help correct muscular imbalances that lead to tightness, pain and potentially injury.
Understanding how you move daily can help you create a functional training exercise plan. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Aaron Feldman discusses the benefits of functional training and provides functional exercise examples to help get you started.
Just because you're getting older doesn't mean you have to quit exercising. In fact, staying active as you age is something that can help keep your mind and body sharp. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Lisa Hanley discusses how you can stay strong at any age.
The frequency, duration and intensity of your exercise all factor into the effectiveness of your workout program. Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainers Angela Horner and Ryan Sheppard discuss how heart rate tracking can help ensure you're getting the most out of your workout.
Has your fitness regimen been slacking lately? Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Melissa Stansell offers three easy ways to get back to fitness.
Everyone experiences periods of stress throughout their lives. While some stressors can help motivate you, uncontrolled stress can make you physically unhealthy. Trainers Alicia Parker and James Silvester explain how getting up and getting moving can do wonders for your worry.
Can wearable fitness technology help improve your workout? Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainers Christian Mazur and Patrick Fisher discuss how these small pieces of equipment can make a big difference in reaching your fitness goals.
Acute and chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. If you suffer from pain, it’s important to know it doesn’t mean you have to quit moving. Cooper Fitness Center professional fitness trainers explain how exercise can be used to help manage pain.
You know exercise is good for your body, but what about for your brain? Discover how physical activity can help improve brain health at any age.