Siobhan Moylan Motivating or a hindrance? Either way, noise levels at the gym may be doing more harm than good.
Paula Goodyer Why does a walk in a rainforest or a run on the beach give us a greater sense of wellbeing than plodding on a treadmill at the gym? Is it because a changing views of trees and beachscape is prettier...
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Paula Goodyer When it comes to getting physical, some women would rather not work out with men.
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Paula Goodyer Outdoor gyms have no walls - and no fees either.
Kelly Burke EMPLOYEES who walk 10,000 steps a day and work out in the gym three times a week can give their employer an extra $2500 worth of productivity a year, an Australian clinical trial has found.
Susie Burrell Having a self-assessed "slow metabolism" is frequently cited as the reason some of us find it hard to lose weight, tone up or change the shape of our body.
Cassy Small As you contemplate missing your morning workout, spare a thought for 71-year-old bodybuilder Janice Lorraine, who by the time you've finished your Weet-Bix is most likely midway through a three-hour...
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Emily Marquart Fitness gurus are taking to YouTube and posting their workouts, which means it's easier than ever to squeeze in exercise when you're crunched for time.
New year, new you - but how hard is it to embark on a radical health regimen? Three people put their bodies on the line.
Sarah Berry For Jane Fonda, fitness is not just physical.
Sarah Berry Why one woman is making it her mission to travel the distance to the moon and back in one year in honour of her mother.
Catherine Rodie Skate-fit, POUND and Zumba ... how the 'fun-factor' is getting people who resist exercise over the line.
Christie Aschwanden Researchers are finding that fitness has a long-term influence on a wide range of cognitive abilities.
Nick Galvin When I was young, I owned a much-loved pair of Noddy shoes that had marked on the toe ''Right'' and ''Left''.
Converts to HIIT, the fitness craze for 2014, argue that just two 35-minute sessions a week bring extraordinary benefits. Jim White is put through his paces.
Cameron Diaz's new 'Body Book'
Nanci Hellmich Actress Cameron Diaz discusses diet, exercise, and her penchant for bean burritos.
New year, new you
Michaela Fox Almost everyone starts a new year with plans to exercise more - getting fit is a perennial resolution. But it's not just squats and sweat that deliver results.
Susie Burrell If you consider that an extra mince pie a day will leave you with an extra kilogram over a period of just four weeks, it is not difficult to see how the Christmas cheer can really pile on the kilos...
Sarah Berry This year it's all been about the twerk. At least it has been according to the most searched exercise terms on Google.
Shelly Horton For more people, the likes of Instagram and Twitter are a daily fitness support network.