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FEATURE 5 minutes to total fitness

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) /

You don't need to do high-intensity training to be fit and healthy. These simple moves—a mix of yoga and other disciplines—can keep everything flowing nicely, says Charlotte Watts

FEATURE Turning up the heat

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1) /

You don't have to feel the burn to crank up a sluggish thyroid. Charlotte Watts offers a range of simple exercises to regulate this vital gland

FEATURE Back in action

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

Fitness fanatic David Roach was told he’d never exercise again after a back injury. But a therapy called myofascial release gave him his life back.

FEATURE Led by the nose – New dangers of the flu vaccine

2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9) /

The new nasal flu vaccine has already been shelved in the US. Celeste McGovern investigates why you should be wary

FEATURE Rebuild your immune system at any age

2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9) /

The body’s first line of defence is the immune system, which wears out as we age. Noted integrated physician Rajendra Sharma explains how to rebuild the wall

NEWS Just a little activity can prevent heart disease

November 9th 2016 /

It doesn’t take a lot. Just a little physical activity—even if it’s 20 per cent below the average for healthy people—is enough to prevent heart disease.

NEWS Fitness monitors don’t help you lose weight

September 21st 2016 /

We’ve all seen the serious jogger wired up to a fit watch or an arm monitor—but don’t envy them, the devices aren’t very useful. In fact, those who wear them lose only half as much weight as those who don’t keep track, a new study has found.

NEWS Couch potatoes are smarter? Discuss…

August 22nd 2016 /

If you’re a couch potato, you now have the perfect excuse: it’s because you’re smarter. People who lounge around are likely to have a high IQ, and are happy to be lost in their thoughts, a new study claims.

FEATURE A fine balance – Exercise to regain your balance

2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) /

The greatest cause of hip fractures and other injuries as you age is loss of the ability to balance. Movement expert Anat Baniel offers some simple exercises to recover the art of maintaining control

FEATURE Easing into fitness

2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 2) /

If you want to improve your fitness, you need to use your brain, not just your body, says movement expert Anat Baniel

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