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Anxiety and depression associated with unusual fitness marker.

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Stay fit and well in your golden years.

Resistance training benefits both men and women in older age

Strength training in older age is very important.

Does sex count as exercise?

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How to fix these walking mistakes

There's more to walking than putting one foot in front of the other.

Friday Reflection: Loneliness of the long-distance swimmer

Swimming may be good for you but it can also be a very lonely pursuit, writes Greg Raffin.

The surprising health and fitness benefits of golf

Core strength is key to a good swing.

Study finds this exercise can add years to our lives

Bursts of high intensity interval training is not just for time-poor youngsters.

Walking is the most underrated form of exercise

Walking offers health benefits to people of all ages and fitness levels.

Feel Good About Fitness

Keeping active is a good way to stave off the ailments and creaking joints which accompany the

Exercise proven to aid cancer patients

Exercise is proven to aid cancer treatments, so why don't patients have subsidised access to

WHO guidelines reveal exactly how much exercise older adults need

All adults over the age of 65 should be aiming for 150-300 minutes of exercise per week.

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