Why exercise should be included in mental health treatment?
There is a need for mental health providers to include exercise in their treatment plan for better mental health outcomes.
Exercise can reduce pain and fatigue due to breast cancer
A regular exercise programme can help women with breast cancer achieve better cardiovascular health and quality of life.
Walk your way to a longer life
Regular walking, even if it is below the recommended level, results in lower mortality compared to no activity.
What does your walking pace say about your heart?
Study shows that your walking pace is an excellent indicator of your heart health.
Does offering an incentive to exercise have any effect?
Offering an incentive does not have a lasting effect on gym visits and on the commitment to exercise, study shows.
Is exercise strenuous for you? Try a sports product you believe in
Our expectations can affect how strenuous we find exercise. However, belief in the right product makes a difference.
Here’s how you can lead a healthy and independent life as you get older
Adding 48 minutes of moderate exercise per week can reduce the loss of mobility and disability in older adults.
Do men perform better than women in dynamic exercises?
Study shows that women can outlast men in dynamic muscles exercises and in everyday physical movements.
Exercise in mid-life is not the answer to cognitive fitness
Exercise in mid-life is not associated to cognitive fitness in later years as established by other previous studies.
What stride length is best for you?
Stride length that runners choose naturally is best for them whether they are experienced or inexperienced runners.
Declining physical activity levels in children and teens
New study shows physical activity levels have reduced in all age groups more than previously thought.
Exercise to feel better about your body image
Negative body image in women can be reversed with just 30 minutes of exercise.
Lift weights for better health
Resistance training can reduce the risk of developing metabolic syndrome.
Intense exercise can damage your gut
A review found that intense exercise for a longer duration causes acute to chronic gut problems.
Why punishing exercise demotivates women
Researchers analysed how women’s expectations and beliefs about exercise foster or undermine things that make them happy.
Physical activity slows down ageing
Biological ageing can be slowed down by intense physical activity, according to new study.