We are getting to that time of the year when our precious spare time begins to dwindle.
A new, low-lying building east of Moby Arena hasn’t gotten the same attention as some of the other construction projects on campus, but passersby may want to give it a closer look.
For aging researchers, one of the key questions is whether aging can be slowed down to allow people to be healthy longer as they age.
As we are adjusting to a fall school routine, our exercise routine must also change. But, a new schedule can bring new struggles: do I exercise before class, will I have enough time between class, work, meetings etc., or should I wait until the end of the day before or after my journey home?
You have probably heard that you need to drink at least eight glasses of water per day for proper hydration.
Gay Israel, professor and former head of CSU's Department of Health and Exercise Science, is one of only six people nationally to receive a 2015 Citation Award from the American College of Sports Medicine.
Colorado State University Department of Health and Exercise Science students excelled at the Rocky Mountain region's American College of Sports Medicine meeting in Denver on March 27 and 28, bringing home multiple awards for their outstanding research and knowledge.
In honor of February being American Heart Month and also Valentine's Day, the Adult Fitness Program at Colorado State University offers some workout ideas that are not only good for your heart, but also for exercising your romance.