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When many things are competing for our time, how do people make the time and stay motivated to exercise? There are lots of little tips and tricks to make exercise easier and more convenient, and in doing so that can make it more motivating and easier to maintain. Here are three types of motivation that might be right for you.
Scrolling through your social media feeds, you have probably seen an advertisement or had friends highlighting some new fitness challenge. There are mixed messages from these month long workouts and we are going to break down some of the do and don'ts when joining a fitness challenge.
Here are some of the do and don’ts when joining one of those month long workouts called fitness challenges.
Graduates of the Colorado State University College of Health and Human Sciences have overcome many challenges to get the graduation. Read more about our outstanding graduates and their achievements.
The annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC), showcase allows undergraduate students from a range of University colleges and their corresponding majors to highlight their achievements in research and creativity with the support of faculty mentors. This year, the College of Health and Human Sciences had students from interior design, nutrition and food science, human development and family studies, social work and health and exercise science submit their research and creative projects.
The College of Health and Human Sciences has started accepting nominations for the fourth year of its alumni awards program. All nominations need to be received by Monday, July 10 by 5 p.m. MDT in order to be considered.
In recognition of May as National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, we want to remind you just how important and easy it is to work physical activity and sport enjoyment into your daily life.
Neha Lodha is an assistant professor in CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, and is also the director of the Laboratory for Movement Neuroscience and Rehabilitation. Learn more about her research interests and why she came to CSU.