Exercising for an hour a day may help compensate for "office lifestyles"
A major multi-national study has suggested that exercising for an hour a day may help to compensate the risks office workers encounter from a …
How to get the best out of winter workouts
You can make your summer exercise regime an all-year-round habit.
How housework can give you a fitness fix
Ever wonder why you spend both money and time burning off precious energy in the gym, only to then come home to a house full of chores? You can stop …
China beats USA and Brazil in fitness tracker survey
When it comes to using fitness trackers, China come out top, according to a new survey.
Wonderful walking plan for fitness beginners
There is no disputing the fact that walking is one of the best overall forms of exercise for people of various ages, fitness levels, and body size.
4 types of cardio exercise that people generally love
Many forms of aerobic exercise are available to people of all ages and fitness levels, but some methods always seem to work for people...
The best exercises if you're pregnant
If you are experiencing a typical/normal pregnancy and your doctor has not put any restrictions on what you can do, then moving your body has both …
10 ways to get 10-minute workouts
If you are new to exercise or come from a sedentary lifestyle, several short workouts throughout the day are proven to be just as effective as one …
6 fitness myths (and why we need to ditch them)
You're determined to start your exercise plan. But before you do, there are a few common myths that you should be aware of...
Why exercise is so important for older people
As an older adult, regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
10 ways to 10,000 daily steps
Whether or not you have a fitness activity tracker, most people by now have heard about the goal of getting 10,000 steps into your day. It's a …
Why is it worth exercising wearing a heart rate monitor?
For many people, monitoring their heart rate is a great place to start when trying to break through an exercise plateau.
Why exercising if you have osteoarthritis can do more good than harm
There is a common misconception that osteoarthritis is caused by 'wear and tear' and means that you may not be able to exercise.