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The Misconceptions Around Massage

Ever been told a massage will help after a particularly brutal workout? Or maybe you’ve heard that massage increases your joint mobility, lowers your risk of injury or reduces your recovery time. So what’s the truth?

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Should you be Working Out More?

Forget spending hours excessively exercising, we’ve got more evidence that maximizing the time you spend working out won’t fast-track your fitness. It’s quality over quantity that gets results.

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Revealed: The Best Exercise for Staying Young

Forget growing old gracefully. New research suggests that you can party your way to good brain health – and that pulling out your freshest dance moves could be the secret to defying time.

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The Amazing Link Between Mindfulness and Muscle

A recent 400-person trial has shown potentially strong connections between mindfulness and levels of exercise.

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Train Your Brain to Keep it Young and Fit

Research clearly shows that a combination of mental and physical exercise, stress reduction and a healthy diet, will improve brain function and protect against decline as we age.

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Why the Squat Burpee Beats the Rest

With the recent explosion of high-intensity exercise, burpees are everywhere – and they come in all shapes and sizes. Here we explain why opting for the squat burpee is your best bet.

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Staying Fit - Right Down to the Bone

When it comes to long term health and wellness, it pays to remember what it all hangs on – literally. Here’s what you need to know about the role calcium plays in looking after your inner self.

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Music, Mind, and Muscle: How it Works

For many people, listening to music is an essential part of exercising – it motivates, helps us maintain or increase our pace, makes working out more fun, sometimes less painful. Now science is beginning to uncover exactly how why this happens.

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Measuring the Benefits of Non-Dairy Milks

Sales of milk alternatives are booming worldwide, but what do you need to know about their nutritional value and supposed health benefits?

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