This common issue can affect the whole lower body.
Cycling to work or at the gym will get you fit, but it will also keep you young – and we have the science to prove it.
Never too cool for a cooldown.
Are you drinking enough liquids? Find out what different type of drinks do to your body.
Hailed and marketed as a super-healthy cooking alternative, coconut oil has been under increased scrutiny lately. Now the science is clear – don’t believe the hype.
With so much dietary advice around these days, all of it claiming to be based on the latest research, how is the average person meant to know who or what to believe?
Dr Libby shares with us how different food nourish you. Your food is how your body consumes energy, but are you consuming calories full of nutrients or 'empty' calories?
New research suggests that up to 90 percent of us could be at risk of being ‘overfat’. Performance Physiologist, Professor Paul Laursen, explains what it is and why you need to know about it.
Meat is usually considered the most protein-rich food, yet plants supply most of the protein consumed by humans globally. So is one better than the other? Here’s what you should know for your diet and your exercise regime.
Diana Archer Mills talks about what went into creating Les Mills’ newest program – a 30-minute ballet-inspired workout that she says is remarkably transformational; physically, mentally and emotionally.
A great way for the whole family to get fit is to train for an event together. An event that can cater for the whole family is Cigna Round the Bays in Wellington on February 19.
A flat stomach can play hard to get for both genders. It’s a soft spot that can be one of the hardest to tone up, but recent research highlights one method that works better than most.
What exactly is going on when you suffer from lower back pain? And what can you do about it? Follow these three rules to stay pain free.
We all know the difference between making a resolution and keeping it, right? Well no-one knows more about it than motivation expert Professor David E. Conroy. We talk to him about what helps get us moving, and how to set realistic goals we can stick to.
The sun is out. Embrace and incorporate the sunshine into your lives. Here are our some of our Top Les Mills influencers with tips on how to get the most of the sunshine and enjoy your holidays.
So you’ve hit the gym for the first time in a while, or you’ve really upped your game. Now you can barely lift your arms above your shoulders. What happened, and what can you do about it?
New research suggests that pulling out your freshest dance moves could be the secret to defying time.
Your well-being is one of your greatest assets. So, nurture “you” and keep on track with your fitness goals. Here are 8 tips to help you to make 2018 your best yet.
So this is the year you’re going to get fit. But what’s your plan of attack? What exactly are you going to do? What’s realistic? How much is too much? And, most importantly, what’s the secret to sticking with it?
Sleep is meant to come easily. In the evenings we should start getting tired, go to bed, quickly drop-off to sleep, and wake up (reasonably) refreshed in the morning. Unfortunately for some, a good night’s sleep is just a dream.
We are increasingly addicted to smartphone technology, but there is a growing fear among researchers and even Silicon Valley experts that it is not making us happier or healthier.
Researchers have long suspected there is more to measuring exercise effectiveness than just counting calories. A new study aims to identify the other crucial factors at play. Exercise scientist Dr. Nigel Harris explains.