Fitness | Exercise
How to improve your mood, energy level, agility, cardiovascular system and bone density by doing one simple thing.
There’s no question that walking is good for you. Here’s a clever trick to keep you on track.
This little piece of equipment may not eliminate the need for professional massage, but it can help manage muscle pain.
Who knew there were so many corrective ways to lace up your workout shoes?
Lean In: How sprinter’s mechanics and plain old walking on a treadmill can help you develop the derriere of your dreams.
Is there such a thing as yoga magic? If you struggle with tight hamstrings, this Five-Minute Challenge might lead you to say yes.
Perfect little somethings to put in the Christmas stocking of beauty and fitness types.
Frugalbits columnist Eve Johnson has developed an easy, inexpensive app for time-strapped yoga buffs. Here's how you can win a copy.
Yes, Virginia, it's true: you can have 780 pairs of gloves for under $20. We report on the miracle here.
We who are likely to die early because we sit too much need a combat plan. Here’s a tactic that could prove an effective weapon.
Turn your body into a tight, little package in a relatively short period of time with The Bar Method, an intense shape-shifting workout program.
There are efficient and targeted ways to shape up even when you sit for a living. We weigh in on the merits of the 10 Minute Solution exercise DVDs.
Sure you can join a gym this month, but you may want to read about these killer workouts first.
Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson will put a bounce in your workout with a rebound routine that’s free on YouTube.
Yoga instructor Eve Johnson explains how to wake up your feet by interlacing your fingers and toes.
Just do it: Marathon walking is a gaining speed because running a 42-km race may be an accomplishment, but it isn’t necessarily the best thing for the body.
The half-hero pose is an excellent and easy way to give your thighs a good and effective stretch. Eve Johnson explains how to do it.
Most of what we do, including typing, cooking, driving, etc. encourages us to round our backs. Don’t get stuck there. Instead, reverse the curve with a chest-opening pose.
Even if we live reasonably healthy lives but sit for more than 23 hours a week, we are 64 percent more likely to die from heart disease. Natasha Irvine tells us what to do about it.
Personal training is great, and if you've been doing it, you probably don't want to stop. But there is a less expensive, hardcore alternative for the already decently fit. These top Vancouver training studios are serious about their circuits.
Fitness routines can get boring after a while; results from even the most fantastic regime will eventually plateau. Here are three fun ways to shake up your routine: Zumba, swordplay and laughter yoga.