Exercise eases chronic pain in obesity People with obesity have a 20 per cent increased risk of chronic pain in the low back and neck/shoulders, but regular exercise can help counter this, researchers have found.
Exercise to burn fat Find out about which types of exercise are best to burn fat and help you lose weight.
Exercise to prevent osteoporosis Regular weight-bearing exercise and strength (resistance) training can help improve your bone density and decrease your risk of osteoporosis.
Exercise: easing into it Starting an exercise program can be daunting - get motivated and make it easier with these tips.
Healthy ageing in your fifties Fight the effects of ageing in your fifties by improving your muscle strength, aerobic capacity, flexibility and bone strength and boosting your immune system.
Kidney disease more likely in non-exercisers Signs of kidney disease are more prevalent in inactive people, particularly if obese, than in people who did more than 150 minutes of physical activity a week, a study has found.
National Ride to Work Day Ride to Work Day is a nationwide event coordinated by Bicycle Victoria that aims to get people started and keep them riding to work.
New Year's health resolutions New Year is a good time to think about making lifestyle changes that will benefit our health: quit smoking, eat a healthy diet, exercise and reduce alcohol intake.
Strength training exercises Challenging your muscles with strength training exercises 2 or 3 times each week can improve the strength and tone of your muscles.
Stretching: an illustrated guide Stretching exercises encourage lengthening of your muscles and their associated tendons, and oppose the shortening and tightening of muscles that can occur immediately after vigorous exercise, and as a product of ageing and inactivity.
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