After trialing hundreds of fitness ideas and new trends as a health writer for magazines and newspapers over the years, I’ve discovered some secrets to keeping fit – and staying fit.
If you love cycling – whether it’s on the road or sweating it out during indoor cycling classes like RPM – then stretching afterwards can help you feel better.
Yes, there really is a right way to perspire – and your body will thank you for it.
Feel like you gain weight by just looking at a slice of cake? Can’t put on weight no matter how much cake you eat? Could it be your metabolism – and how much at its mercy are you?
Free diver and high-altitude mountaineer Professor Damian Bailey discusses his research into the amazing benefits of exercise on the brain, not just the body.
For anyone keen to better their balance (and enjoy the strength and postural benefits of increased stability) mastering the Dancer’s Pose is a smart move.
Food labels are supposed to keep us informed about what’s in our food, yet you often need a magnifying glass to read them. Here are some tips on how to make sense of the grid on the back of the pack.
Thirty years ago lifting weights was the domain of bulked up body builders and testosterone-pumped gym goers. Back then jumping through a jazzercise class was the women’s exercise option.
Not all proteins are alike. Some are definitely better than others in helping with exercise recovery and metabolism. Of the three major sources of energy – fat, carbohydrates and proteins – the importance of proteins to human health has remained the most elusive.
If you’ve ever set a new year’s resolution, you’ll know they can be hard to achieve. We often hear people set big, difficult targets like losing a certain amount of weight or quitting unhealthy food.