Lockdown has, for many, been an opportunity to take up daily exercise. And this is something that must be encouraged long after lockdown restrictions are lifted.
During an AMRAP workout, participants will aim to complete as many rounds of a single exercise as possible within a set time.
Yes it is possible to overexercise – four experts on what you need to know.
Rhabdomyolysis is a potentially life-threatening condition caused by damage to muscle cells.
Working from home in the long run could be better for your health, or it could also be worse. It depends on how your employer supports you.
When young children are active, their brains and bodies develop the ABCs of "physical literacy," a key developmental foundation. A new program from University of Winnipeg can help.
Physical training before surgery — like breathing exercises or running — boosts the odds of a good outcome. Patients with surgeries postponed during COVID-19 can use the delay for 'prehabilitation.'
People ate on average 142 calories more after swimming than they did on their rest day.
An inclusive curriculum based around fitness and not sport might hold the answer to a more active nation.
Poor desk posture is pretty similar to the posture astronauts naturally adopt during spaceflight.
Current research suggests that exercise causes a number of positive changes in our gut microbiome.
Keen to get back to the gym? Be careful. It's easy to get injured if you've been inactive.
Don't give up just yet.
If you're itching to get back to the gym when it re-opens, here's what you can do to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
It's more important than ever for families to develop new routines for staying physically and mentally healthy – and to address the part screens play in our lives.
Pregnancy can be stressful at the best of times, let alone during a pandemic.
A mental health crisis has begun, as social isolation from the coronavirus and loss of jobs, income and loved ones have left people reeling. A transformation of care is badly needed.
If you want to boost your energy and mood and feel more alert, get moving instead of getting coffee.
Though exercising at around 50-72% of our VO₂ uses more fat as energy, the amount of actual fat burned is minimal.
Physical activity can help people manage the stress of COVID-19, but closures and distancing have made it even harder to exercise. These researchers are developing a free toolkit to help us all cope.