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Strange things that can happen to your body when you exercise

We all know the common side-effects, such as turning beetroot red and sweating, but here are some of the stranger side-effects of exercising.

Fitness

Health benefits of yoga go beyond the mat

Study shows movement-based yoga is just as beneficial for your brain as it is for your body.

Fitness

Health benefits of swimming – for mind and body

Often described as an ultimate full-body workout and brilliantly accessible for most, swimming has a lot to offer for both mental and physical health.

Fitness

The best fad exercise classes from the `80s and `90s

We’ve found some of the most popular exercises from decades ago, and even discovered how you can do them today.

COVID-19

Research shows simple way to shake the pandemic blues

The key to lifting your mood, getting a better night’s sleep, boosting energy levels and blocking negative thoughts is within reach.

Women's Health

Move more – good health may be as simple as that

One person’s story on the scare that made her put her health at the top of her to-do list.

Brain Training

How exercise helps your brain function

Exercising helps your brain health and function in a number of ways. It can help to clear brain fog, stabilise mood, improve memory, neuroplasticity and even help to prevent dementia.

Fitness

The three pillars of wellbeing that can increase longevity

So many of the choices we make that can improve our mental and physical wellbeing in the present are actually things that will improve our longevity.

Fitness

Aerobic exercise can improve memory in older age

Want to boost your mental performance, keep your brain active and reduce your risk of dementia? Cardio could be the answer.

Health News

Sedentary behaviour linked to increased risk of cancer death

Replacing sedentary behaviour with low-intensity physical activity or moderate to vigorous-intensity physical activity may be associated with a lower risk of cancer mortality.

Fitness

Experts find yoga can keep seniors young, mentally strong

Observing 90-year-old yoga practitioners has convinced a Flinders University researcher that maintaining yoga exercise is an important means for seniors to maintain youthful agility.

Fitness

I’ve fallen in love with walking – here’s why

Going for a walk can be a lot more than just a stroll around the block. Ms Jenny Stallard gives us her tips for using walking as exercise.

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