EXERCISE

EXERCISE

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  1. Woman running Pexels Tirachard Kumtanom (1280x854)

    Commentary: High-intensity workouts boost health and fitness - even for those less fit

    There are plenty of ways to incorporate incidental physical activities into our daily routines; this is key to getting some high-quality exercise, ...
  2. Level up workout fitness abs sit-up crunches kettlebell press

    When it comes to burning fat, short workouts might be as effective as long walks

    The new study has shown that intense exercise with supershort intervals could be a real fat burner – but the effort needs to be arduous.
  3. Box Office fitness class

    Interval training burns off more pounds than jogging or cycling

  4. Climbing stairs (Photo Bruno Nascimento unsplash)

    Even a 20-second exercise ‘snack’ like stair-climbing can improve fitness

    As little as 20 seconds of brisk stair climbing, done several times a day, might be enough to increase aerobic fitness.
  5. A woman exercising.

    Commentary: Exercise can fast-track your workplace well-being – here’s why and how

    Practising kind self-talk, which people often do when they exercise, can enable a more positive response to previously unbeatable workplace ...
  6. Dumbbells at a gym

    Commentary: Getting the most out of your gym membership

    Take a simple approach when choosing what to do at the gym, says one observer.
  7. Standing desk

    Commentary: Sitting too long can increase your risk of death

    The greatest risk was found in those who spent more than 12.5 hours a day being sedentary, one sports expert says.
  8. People lounge on Rockaway Beach in Queens, New York.

    Take a vacation from exercise? Your body may not thank you

    Two new studies look at what happens when we do not exercise or move around much for a period of time.
  9. Unsplash Bruce Mars

    2018 Year in Fitness: How exercise keeps us young

    Scientists are only now beginning to understand the many microscopic changes that occur when we exercise.