Fitness road test
Georgina Safe The concept is somewhat contradictory: combining the stretching and breathing of yoga with booming and sometimes brash hip-hop.
Sarah Berry I do yoga "so I'm not an arsehole", says yoga trainer to the stars Cameron Shayne.
Sarah Berry Look, any excuse to get our kit off in public, right?
Despite its benefits, the poses and the chanting can be too much of a stretch for some males.
Tim Young It may be one of the more peculiar national sporting championships, but competitive yoga has arrived.
Sarah Whyte Budding yoga teachers who earn their credentials through increasingly popular online courses are putting students at risk, leading yoga practitioners say.
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.
Charmaine Yabsley It's said that yoga can relieve a range of conditions from depression to low libido.
Sarah Berry Stiff and sore throughout the day? Try toilet yoga!
Only in moderation
Victoria Lambert Victoria Lambert welcomes a trend that encourages us to exercise only in moderation.
Health and fitness
Rachel Clun While there's nothing run with taking up a new exercise or diet regime, there are a few fads at the moment that it's best to avoid – for the good of your health.
Rachel Clun Many of us spend the work day hunched over a computer while seated at a desk.
Sarah Berry Active workstations offer a way to be sedentary less and burn calories more.
Sarah Berry I've heard the word 'Ayurveda' bandied around for several years now.
Quelle horreur. Even an angel eats.
Sarah Berry We are literally surrounded by the stuff. Matrix-like, it wraps around all 600 muscles in the body connecting them to each other and to our bones.
Matty Silver Sex should be considered a significant exercise for burning calories – that’s the happy conclusion reached in a study.
Olivia Parker Helen Mirren swears by a 12-minute fitness plan, but will it work for everyone
Sarah Berry Overheating, vomiting, enduring electric shocks, dehydration, bruises, cuts, kidney-failure and cardiac damage are just some of the potential risks of such high-intensity forms of fitness.
Jesinta Campbell reveals her training tips for The Canberra Times Fun Run on September 7.