Michelle Bridges What to look for when shopping around for a personal trainer.
The fitness industry is worth more than $1.2 billion a year nationally, and Sydney's body beautiful obsession means we contribute more than our fair share.
Charmaine Yabsley Riding the waves can act as an antidepressant.
Shelly Horton Deanna Varga describes herself as short and voluptuous, so she simply thought she wasn't the right shape to run.
Sarah Berry A new form of fitness, dubbed 'Pilates on crack' is turning the heat up on the hundred-year-old exercise. And it has just hit our shores.
Shelly Horton As if regular yoga and resistance work weren't hard enough. We were the first in the world to try a combination of the two, called Troga.
Shelly Horton FITNESS freaks can be fickle, flitting easily from pumping to boxing, and between Zumba and Pilates.
Paula Goodyer With FebFast, Dry July and Ocsober, there are now three months in which we can avoid alcohol for the sake of good causes - and our livers.
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Paula Goodyer Droptober is about losing two kilos for charity, and our waistlines.
Jenna Clarke Take cover slackers, Madonna's fitness regime has hit our shores.
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Paula Goodyer When it comes to getting physical, some women would rather not work out with men.
If you panic at the thought of going sleeveless, you're not alone.
Paula Goodyer We all know walking is good for us, but have we overrated its power to help us lose weight?
Heather Quinlan HE ONCE weighed the equivalent of three men; now Nathan Meola is a different man altogether.
Paula Goodyer When weight loss is frustratingly slow, a faster workout can help.
Shelly Horton Thanks to my job, I have become the poster girl for the time poor. I often work 16-hour days thanks to a combination of breakfast television appearances, daily work commitments and swanning about at...
Runners spend a lot of time running, dancers do little else but dance (have you seen Black Swan?) and cyclists are rarely off their wheels.
We all have reasons why we can't take better care of our bodies, whether it's time, our ''situation'', an old injury or that we don't know where to start.
What, me? Exercise in this delicate condition? Maybe you are just keen to put your feet up while you still can?
When champion distance runner Haile Gebrselassie toed the starting line for an attempt on his own 2000-metre record in February 1998, Scatman by Scatman John was blasting out of the speakers in the...