The following articles have the tag exercise
It's low impact, meditative and uses your whole body. What more do you want?
Jazzercise, step aerobics and Tae Bo: step right up if you remember these.
The key to lifting your mood, sleeping better and boosting positivity.
One person’s story on the scare that made her put her health first.
Exercising helps your brain health and function in a number of ways.
“We don't need to sacrifice enjoying life today to live as long as possible.”
New research shows the brain-boosting potential of cardio.
Inactivity is associated with a higher risk of dying from cancer, study finds.
Maintaining yoga exercise is an important means for seniors to maintain youthful agility.
Ms Jenny Stallard shares how she discovered a love for walking during COVID-19.
Brawn can be good for the brain in at-risk older people.
Easy-to-follow exercise advice for older Australians now just a click away.
We’ve been given top marks for COVID-19 cooperation, but many fail the first test of ...
Physiotherapist Jason Lee explains what we should be doing to keep our muscles strong.
CEO of Fitness Australia, Barrie Elvish joins John to explain how you can access online ...
Move it or lose it: Sitting around while avoiding COVID-19 creates other health risks.
For older people and those with chronic health conditions, staying active at home is extra ...
Exercise is essential for anyone at risk of Parkinson’s disease – and those already diagnosed.
Scientists find that ‘changing it up’ is the type of training that is ideal for ...
This simple exercise is better for you than you may think.
A world-first Australian study is uncovering the impact of exercise in helping the brain to ...
Scientists hunting for a treatment for dementia label discovery an “exciting revelation”.
How parks, forests and green spaces contribute to physical and mental wellbeing.
Lessons learnt from the Super Agers and other key ageing studies.
A new study reveals how exercise boosts longevity, regardless of previous activity levels.
Exercise-free fitness … it’s more realistic than you think with these achievable daily changes.
Recent research shows that resistance training improves the health of over-65s.
Morning exercise with short walking breaks could help you control your blood pressure.
You can drive or sit for long hours and avoid backache … if you follow ...
New findings suggest more daily movement can prevent dementia in older adults.
Staying physically active later in life can help keep your brain healthy.
The exercises that can build and maintain strong healthy bones.
Six ways you could be increasing your risk of diabetes without even knowing it.
Avoid these 11 bad habits that weaken your joints.
The experts have their say on the benefits of getting out and about.
If you have poor circulation, it is possible that some of your organs are being ...
Jean Hailes offers you foolproof ways to start moving and keep moving for optimum health.
You can fit exercise into your regular day without having to dedicate extra time to ...
Just one hour a week can make all the difference.
By age 60, more than half of adults will have concerns about their memory.
Study focuses on an everyday practice that could show start of disease.
A new pill called '516' is being created to replace exercise.
I went for gospel singing and got a whole lot more – a sermon to ...
Most of the time they’re doing what they should be doing.
Fitness footwear doesn’t have to be expensive – it just needs to fit right.
Take this quiz to see how old your body really is and how to keep ...
Techniques to get fit – even if that wasn’t your New Year’s resolution.
Health experts’ blunt warning on ageing muscles
Our friends at Jean Hailes explain what's really going on in midlife weight gain.
Small increases in our physical activity could have huge health benefits.
Aerobic exercise can improve memory function and maintain brain health as we age.
Prehabilitiation is a process that can help to ensure your recovery time after surgery
Learn how to do strength training safely and effectively.
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospital visits.
New research reveals the decreasing fitness levels of older Australians.
Is your pain all in your head? Learn how to manage chronic pain regardless of ...
Here are seven positive health habits you can start today.
The niftiest way to get a strong grip is literally at your fingertips – hand ...
Find out how your body type affects weight loss and weight gain.
If left untreated, pre-diabetes can lead to type 2 diabetes.
Reduce back and neck pain by learning this quick and easy stretch.
Sex: it’s fun (while it lasts), but can we really refer to it as exercise? ...
These exercises will engage the muscles in your whole body.
An unusually high heart rate may signal that there is a problem. So here’s how ...
Jason Lee shows you how to strengthen your neck to help carry the weight of ...
How to use walking as exercise, to lose weight and stay healthy.
Reduce your risk of osteoporosis with these five bone-strengthening exercises.
These seven moves will ensure you work smart, getting more results for your efforts.
New research suggests DNA is the key-determining factor for how long you live.
Discover the top 10 factors that affect your metabolism.
Five low-impact exercises to strengthen your core.
Is it worse to be overweight all over or just carry extra weight around the ...
Interrupted exercise best for building muscle function.
These simple health tips will help you to steer clear of the dreaded lurgies.
New research reveals that, if you want to be stronger, you should swear more often.
Healthy ageing is all about exercise, but what are the right activities?
Small changes to your weight could make a big difference to your health.
Exercises to help you mentally, physically and, hopefully, sexually.
Good news for women looking for an alternative in post-menopausal treatment.
Want to use walking as exercise? Here’s how to do it.
Dieticians say that Aussies are wasting time and money on pricey fad diets.
Today, find out why losing fat is better than losing weight.
Described as a ‘brain attack’, a stroke can happen to anyone at any time.
Read this before you reach for an ice or heat pack next time you’re injured ...
Seven ways to help alleviate joint pain so that you can go on with your ...
Three simple steps to slimmer thighs courtesy of fitness guru Emily Skye.
Five pre-flight stretches that will make ‘cattle class’ a little more bearable.
With these fail-safe fitness tips, you’ll find your way to a fitter future self.
Three things you don’t have to do to achieve your ideal body.
If your idea of a good trip doesn’t include a gym we’ve got some exercises ...
Following the five pillars of brain health will help you maintain a healthy brain.
Sometimes cycling is not ‘as easy as riding a bike’.
Eighties’ pop sensation, Toni Basil, shows the young’uns how it’s done.
Physiotherapist Jason Lee discusses the importance of core strength.
Your ‘chronotype’ determines the best times for you to sleep, workout and have sex.
These handy hints will ensure that you lose weight without wasting money.
Physiotherapist Jason Lee explains the benefits of reformer Pilates.
A new study has found that recommended guidelines for exercise are way off.
Aching back? Your posture may be to blame. Here are nine tips to straighten you ...
Whether returning to exercise or trying for the first time, it’s important to start on ...
Here are seven tips to get your day started the right way.
Learn about pelvic floor health and strengthening exercises.
Frequent exercise can ward off illness, keep you mobile, boost energy and improve your mood.
Five simple rules for getting back into exercise after a break.
Even though you’re off the beaten track, you can still stay on track with your ...
Kickstart your new active life with these five tricks.
Walking is the easiest way to improve your health and fitness, and lose weight.
Australians over 50 rate themselves healthier than their younger counterparts.
Too much sleep, sitting too much and not getting enough exercise leads to an early ...
What foods should you eat before and after exercise?
Returning to exercise after a long period can often seem a daunting task.
Friday 24 July is National Stress Down Day. Find out how you can stress less.
Warming up and cooling down are essential elements of a good workout.
Avoid these five pre-workout activities.
Exercise helps to maintain joint mobility as you grow older.
Low-impact exercise is perfect for beginner exercisers, as well as older adults.
Beat the battle of the bulge with these five free weight-management websites.
Better health means making simple lifestyle changes and sticking with them.
Detox your body and spring back to health after your indulgence over Christmas.
Your daily lifestyle choices are completely in your hands.
Use these easy exercises to have fun while you gently shed some kilos and improve ...
Simple tips to help keep your blood sugar levels stable and avoid daytime drowsiness.
Is a health farm the answer to get Sue motivated to exercise?
Strengthen bones through exercise and increased calcium intake to help prevent osteoporosis.
Are you looking to improve your balance and reduce the likelihood of falls?
A Danish study has shown that jogging can increase your life expectancy
Anyone who thinks surfing is an “adolescent activity” needs to get down to the surf ...
The Medical Journal of Australia has found that a quarter of cancers could be prevented ...
For the nearly one in five Australians who suffer from arthritis, exercise could be key ...
You’ve assessed your health with the aid of the PAR-Q and now you’re ready ...
Before starting any regime you must take into consideration your overall level of fitness ...
You’ve finally got some time for yourself and you want to get fit. But ...
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