Discover how to fight arthritis with tai chi
Arthritis affects around 15 per cent of the population, impacting on people of all ages. Tai chi can really help.
Top nutritional tips to get rapid post-workout recovery
Using appropriate nutrition to recover from your workout means you will be able to do more exercise sooner. Use these...
Exercise improves hearing
Everyone knows that exercise is good for overall health. But did you know it's also good for your hearing?
Get competitive to exercise more
If you're not a huge fan of exercise, it might help to turn it into a competition.
Running for exam preparation
After some heavy studying for exams it's tempting to seek screen time but a run will do much better things...
Healing power of laughter
Combining laughter with exercise could be good for your health as you age.
Lighter weights help build muscle
Lighter weights can be as effective at building muscle as heavier weights.
Exercise is good for your emotional health
Exercise helps with healthy regulation of your emotions.
Do you use the mirror at the gym?
Is looking at yourself in the mirror while you perform squats a good idea?
Exercise and weight loss
Can you lose weight just by exercise alone?
Yoga or pilates: which one is for you?
Yoga and Pilates are both "whole body" exercises, but you may have a preference for one or the other.
Fit for maths
Kids who are physically fit do better at maths.
Are HIIT workouts worth it?
Are high-intensity interval training programs as scary as they sound? We take one outside for a test.
Beet juice boosts workouts
Beet juice can build endurance and help you workout for longer.
Exercise your ageing brain
Exercise can improve your brain function as you age.
Memory issues aren't just a symptom of old age. There are practices you can do to train your brain for...
Exercise against depression
Research has discovered a cellular reason why exercise beats depression.
What is progressive overload?
As the old sayings go; If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always gotten!...
Your muscles do respond to intense bouts of exercise.