The workout montage is time-honoured movie tradition. But can you use them to get fit? We roped in our personal trainer to find out.
Wondering why your gains don’t match the effort you’re putting in at the gym? Well, you might be guilty of a couple of these.
The booty is the holy grail of the posterior world. For those looking to exercise that possibility, see below. No ifs, ands, but plenty of butts.
According to a recent study, if you run with a smile on your dial, you can dial up your performance. Mind over matter? Believe it.
Finally. Common ground exists with Donald Trump. He doesn’t believe in exercise, a fact which makes me interested in a way I’m not proud of.
Exercise shortcuts have long been the domain of the infomercial, however we should turn our attention to the lab, because by jove they may have actually done it.
It’s an eternal question, wrapped in a riddle, wrapped in a kebab wrapper. Can you eat before you exercise and still get results?
With a recent study claiming that no-one is immune to exercise, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to create a new list of excuses to escape those pesky fitness obligations.
According to the minds of science, those joggers you regularly (read: disdainfully) cross paths with actually reach a higher mental capacity than us normies. Show offs.
No longer just for Presidents on television, the walking meeting is taking off. And thanks to science, it’s now entirely legitimate.
Whilst we might overthink the concept of mindfulness, the path to achieving it may be not be too different to the one we walk every day.
Persephone Fraser looks at our generation’s rapid approach to health, disagreeing that a healthy body image equates to a healthy mind.
Powdered alcohol, AKA Palcahol? Wine instead of working out? It’s the health apocalypse this week!! Well it beats the Walking Dead…right?
TBS’ers – it’s time to get off the couch and get moving, so Sarah Carman has the definitive list of running events happening around the country to get your feet pounding the streets…
“Exercise is the key to weight-loss…Exercise will make you a winner…” But Julian R Rockett thinks exercise is something we are seeing through an erroneous filter. Here’s why…