Nicky Phillips Sprint training for 60 minutes a week burns the same amount of body fat in men as jogging for seven hours a week, a Sydney study has found.
Susie Burrell Who does not want more energy? An increased sense of vitality and ability to do all the things you want to do without feeling fatigued and constantly running on empty.
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Paula Goodyer If you still see exercise as an optional extra, not a health essential, science is finding more reasons to change your mind - including new research that suggests strong muscles are good medicine.
Paula Goodyer If you think exercise is an optional extra, this could change your mind
Sarah Berry Look, any excuse to get our kit off in public, right?
Thea O'Connor 'When I tell people I'm a yoga instructor, they usually look at me in a funny way, like I'm joking,'' says Sarah Harry, of Ashwood, Melbourne.
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.
Paula Goodyer Why exercise is a smart move for your mind, not just your body.
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.
Sarah Berry We might have been made to do it, but arguments still abound about the right way to run.
Laura Hambleton It's a mystery: When we twist our ankle playing tennis, it can take weeks to heal, but when a pro athlete does it, he often misses barely a beat.
Sarah Berry Sex may be the more exciting exercise equivalent to pounding the pavement. And, when it comes to sex, we hardly need the extra motivation of exercise.
Alexandra Bathman Wearing a faded T-shirt, dusty trousers and yellow Hard Yakka boots, it's unlikely anybody would ever pick Ryan as a recovered anorexic.
Nick Galvin When I was young, I owned a much-loved pair of Noddy shoes that had marked on the toe ''Right'' and ''Left''.
Nanci Hellmich Need more motivation than looking and feeling better? Here it is.
Gretchen Reynolds This year, exercise science expanded and fine-tuned our understanding of how physical activity affects our brains, joints, hearts and even genes, beginning before birth and continuing throughout our...
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.
Rachel Clun Want to maximise your workout potential? According to a recent study, you should listen to the right music.
Paula Goodyer If more people aren't embracing the message to get moving, perhaps it's because no one has done a great job of selling it.
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...