The key is to make sure you're performing them correctly.
Older adults, who are at a higher risk for COVID-19 complications, can strengthen their immune systems by exercising.
Exercise plays an important part in preserving memory throughout our lifetime.
Our bodies need fuel both for exercise and recovery.
Exercise can improve mood and mental health, which may drop during the winter months.
New research suggests cardiac rehab programmes may not be carried out as intended.
'Eccentric exercises' are a normal part of everyday life – but they may carry some risks.
Focus on "being" an exerciser, instead of seeing exercise as something you "should" do.
With many schools closed, children's health could suffer.
Without proper care, lockdown measures during the COVID-19 pandemic could worsen muscle loss and long-term health in ageing populations.
Workouts that include weight lifting and bodyweight exercises burn fat both during and afterwards.
A sense of purpose and a social bond on the pitch.
Current treatments for multimorbidity involve taking multiple drugs to manage symptoms, which often has adverse health effects.
Those with the condition could take several weeks, months, or even years to properly recover.
Couch potatoes are always looking for a way out.
Stroke is New Zealand's third highest cause of death, but few people recognise its symptoms and risk factors, particularly in Pasifika and Māori communities where stroke affects more people.
Studies show rest days are important for helping our body recover and adapt in many ways.
Hormonal changes mean during the first half of a woman's menstrual cycle, she'll have more energy and recover more quickly. This is the time to train hardest.
A new study found a few sessions a week of high-intensity interval training helped students pay attention in class.
Jumping rope is short on time, fun, and good for your heart health.