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April 7, 2015
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Prevention Plus

Implications of Strength Training on Metabolic Syndrome
Metabolic syndrome is a set of risk factors that increases one's risk of premature death due to heart disease, diabetes or stroke. Increasing muscle mass with strength training can improve these risk factors.

Fitness Files

Four Conditioning Tips for Tennis Players
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 Assistant Tennis Pro Corey Noel.

Nutrition Bites

Get Your Leafy Greens
Green veggies are here to stay, and the nutrients they provide make them essential to a healthy diet. Learn more about leafy greens and their many benefits.

Vitamin Aisle

A Good Night's Sleep is Closer Than You Think
Good sleep habits can be tough to establish but are critical to keeping yourself healthy. Read on to learn some Cooperized tips and tricks for getting a great night’s sleep.

What's New at Cooper

April is Stress Awareness Month!
Take some time this month to relax and unwind, even if only for a few minutes every day. Not exactly sure where stress comes from or why it occurs? Take a deep breath and try your hand at our stress management quiz!

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Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper Speaks to Middle School Named for Him

Last month Dr. Cooper visited the Putnam City school district in Oklahoma, where he spoke to students at Kenneth Cooper Middle School. He left the students with a great message, which you can

find here.


Tennis Conditioning Drills

Cooper Fitness Center Assistant Tennis Pro Corey Noel demonstrates footwork drills that will help improve your quickness and agility.


Arugula Salad
by Cooper Clinic Nutrition Department