Exercise and the Common Cold... An easy how to!

One of the best ways to reduce the risk of the common cold is by keeping up regular exercise during winter. But if you do catch a cold – should you continue exercising? More

Kicking off the new year on the right foot

There are two things many of us have at the start of a new year: great ideas for healthy change and plenty of motivation. More

It's all about what you put in...

There are a lot of uncertainties out there when it comes to fitness or at least that's what we've been told. One thing that is certain is that without the right diet your efforts will be shortchanged. How can you accomplish your goals in the gym when you haven't the energy to get up in the morning? How can you find the energy to train and train progressively when your squandering all you have to stay awake at work or in class? It's obviously a tough affair. We've been told in physics class that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. What does this mean and how do we apply this information so that we too have boundless energy? More

10 Fail Proof Fitness Tips!

Build Better Abs

1. Don't work your abdominal muscles every day. "Physiologically, your abs are like any other muscle in your body," says David Pearson, Ph.D., C.S.C.S., an exercise scientist at Ball State University. Train them only 2 or 3 days a week.


Need extra incentive to hit the Treadmill?

Need more motivation to do cardio? Here's five surprising things a pulse-pounding workout can help you do More

Tighten those wobbly bits without losing kilos

Weight management More

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Benefit the Aging Brain

Forgetfulness is a common problem for many people as they age, but it doesn't necessarily have to be this way. Improving brain function and reducing memory loss may be as easy as increasing your fish intake or taking a supplement to make sure you are getting enough omega-3 fatty acids in your diet. More

Bupa’s 1 million Kilo Challenge!

Check out this promo video of World Champion Iron Man Guy Leech head Bupa’s 1 million Kilo Challenge! More

As Seen in this weekend’s The Australia- Keep on Walking!

GOOD news for workers chained to their desk who are unable to do regular exercise: the "treadmill desk" is becoming a common sight in larger offices across the US, enabling workers to walk while they work - and stroll themselves thin. Some workers are losing as much as 25kg a year. More