The Cooper Institute
 

Founded in 1970 by the "Father of Aerobics"
Kenneth H. Cooper MD, MPH

 
FitnessGram 10 Web Hosting

Host with Confidence

As a web-based application, FITNESSGRAM 10 may be hosted by the local school district or by a third party. Web hosting is required for web-based programs allowing you to store, input, and access your data.

Benefits

FITNESSGRAM
  • Freedom to access and enter data from any device that has internet connection
  • Less time spent manually downloading and updating FG software - no installations are required
  • Eliminates confusion by allowing districts or school systems to mandate specific test items
  • Expands options for generating statistical reports and graphs
  • Distributes reports to students and parents via e-mail

Secure Hosting

The Cooper Institute has taken many precautions to ensure that your data is secure. The following security is in place:

  • Backed up by enterprise UPS and generator
  • Contains secure Internet Connection including Intrusion Protection System (IPS) with monitoring
  • Client-to-server encryption provided through using SSL Certificate(s) with 128-bit encryption

Due to the stringent security measures and monitoring, you can feel confident your data will be safe, secure, and retrievable. For more information regarding data security, please contact 972-341-3200.

FG 10 System Requirements

  • Browser: IE 7 & 8; Firefox 2 and 3
  • Connectivity: For Internet use, you need a good, quality internet provider
  • School use: Most districts have T1 lines or fiber optics. Both are ideal.
  • Home use: Never use dial-up. DSL might be an issue depending on the provider. Home use should have a high-speed broadband Internet connection.
  • Screen resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader: FG reports are generated in PDF format
  • School: Acrobat Reader 7 or above
  • Home: Acrobat Reader 7 or above; VISTA Home operating system requires Acrobat Reader 9

 

Impacting Future Generations

FitnessGram NFL Play 60

FITNESSGRAM is provided in partnership with NFL Foundations as a part of the NFL PLAY 60 program. Since 2009, NFL Foundation (previously NFL Charities) has awarded The Cooper Institute $4 million to support the NFL PLAY 60 campaign, an initiative that challenges youth to be active 60 minutes a day.

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