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Cooper Aerobics Center and KGS Bikes Team Up to Give Cyclists World-Class Testing, Training and Bicycle Fitting
Date:8/7/2008

Changing trends in adult active lifestyles prompts addition of products, services and protocols to benefit professionals who live to ride

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 7, 2008 -- Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, the "father of aerobics" and chairman of Cooper Aerobics Center, has logged over 38,000 miles as a runner in his lifetime, and continues to exercise at age 77. As such, the world-famous Cooper Aerobics Center in Dallas promotes healthy, active lifestyles. The aging of Baby Boomers and the advent of bicycling as "the new golf" has prompted a new partnership between Cooper Aerobics Center and KGS Bikes to provide services and programs for the recreational cyclist.

KGS Bikes, the world's premiere bicycle fitting studio and high-end cycling boutique in San Antonio, Texas, has been working with Cooper Clinic, Cooper Fitness Center and Cooper Complete Nutritional Supplements to meet the specialized needs of bicyclists. They have developed programs that deliver bicycle fitting, technique consulting, strength assessment and conditioning programs, as well as nutritional supplementation, to help adult cyclists get the most from the sport.

The Cooper/KGS Bikes Fitting Lab:
KGS Bikes travels to Cooper Aerobics Center - Dallas to perform bike fittings on clients twice a month. Kevin Saunders, president of KGS Bikes, says, "I have developed a 'life-changing' system to fit bicycles to people that is completely tailored to an individual, taking into consideration height, weight, flexibility, fitness, strength, and riding style. I am thrilled to be able to combine my expertise with Cooper Aerobics Center, which I consider the gold standard of excellence."

The sophisticated, cutting-edge process provides a cyclist with the exact position their body needs in order to ride more comfortably and efficiently. The Lab consists of a state-of-the-art stationary bicycle t
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