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Once the penny drops that lifting weights is the best way to burn fat, it’s tempting to haul as much as you can and rep ‘til you drop. But your bravado may be a hot-body buzz kill.
Crunches alone will not miraculously melt away your middle. Try High Intensity Interval Training combined with clever stretches.
Muffin-top. Spare tyre. Love handles. Doughnut. Whatever you call your waist surplus, whip it good with this easy exercise and eating plan you can stick to. Yes, you!
To train or not to train? That is the question for gym-goers struck down by seasonal germs. Get a pre-flu briefing with PT Jay Bonaretti
Shopaholics rejoice – shopping can actually be good for your health writes Linda Smith.
If you’re looking to boost your cardio but are sick of the monotonous repetition of the treadmill, why not try a spin class?
Before you do the same old workout, consider these lesser known corners of the gym to max your sweat sessions, writes Natalie Carter
Before you hit the treadmill (again), consider these lesser known corners of the gym to max your sweat sessions
Want to tone up your arms? Get rid of wobbly bingo wings with a one-arm shoulder press.
Whether you're looking for a playlist to fire you up or tunes with metronomic rhythm, we've got it covered.
Find time for a cool down post-workout. Your muscles will thank you in the morning!
Ever feel like vomiting when you workout? Do your breasts hurt when you run? We find the answers to those embarrassing exercise niggles…
Need an excuse to go the gym? There's a whole host of beautifying benefits that come from regular exercise
Can you touch your toes and do the splits? Relax your mind, loosen your muscles and improve your flexibility with these tips from Diana Timmins
Want to lose weight but look toned not (gasp) skinny? A strategic dose of fitness and food will put you on the straight and narrow, writes PT Natalie Carter
Whether you want to lose weight, get fit or simply feel better, there’s an app for that, writes Linda Smith
Ever wonder how you measure up when it comes to fitness? Try the 50/50 test and measure your strength and endurance in the trunk and legs.
Boost your self confidence and build a better body with these tips
Exercise is great for the mind, body and soul, right? But what happens when it starts to take over your life? PT Marisa Branscombe ponders the dangerous effects of too much exercise