CSU alumna's remarkable career achievements land her in two halls of fame.
The earlier positive physical activity habits start means the higher we peak in areas like cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle mass, and bone mineral density. And with continued activity, it means the longer they are maintained and the less steep of decline or loss that is naturally associated with aging.
Many of us may have a goal to start being active or to become more active, but sometimes we are unsure of when or how to find a safe place to start. If you’re thinking of starting an exercise program, there are a few quick questions you can ask yourself.
Rick Perry is an instructor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University. Learn more about why he came to CSU and his teaching philosophy.
The Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences is happy to welcome the following new faculty to our college. Read more about them in their Q&As!
The 39th Annual Colorado State University Homecoming 5k Race, is coming up on Saturday, Oct. 5, 7:30 a.m., at the CSU Oval.
Thomas LaRocca is an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University. Learn more about why he came to CSU and his research interests in understanding the biology of healthspan.
Hosted by the Department of Health and Exercise Science, the Youth Sport Camps are all about movement that promotes exercise, health, comradery, and fun for kids in the Northern Colorado community.
Sedentary behavior has long been targeted as its own modifiable risk factor to decrease the risk for heart disease. But is sitting for non-leisure work-related activities as bad as sitting on the couch at home?