And the best workout partner is...12:00:00 AM
Ladies it’s time to quit your gasbagging if you really want to get the most out of your workout. A new study reveals that the best exercise partner you can have is the kind who knows when to shut up and work hard.
Why you should try chirunning12:00:00 AM
For some people, there’s no better way to work up a sweat than going for a run. I’m not one of them, yet I have always secretly envied running devotees.
The best two-in-one workouts12:00:00 AM
Do you feel like you’re working your butt off with minimal results? Try a half-cardio, half-strength workout to turbocharge your fitness.
The 25-minute-workout Rihanna swears by12:00:00 AM
Rihanna's dress choice for the Met Ball in New York City this week a slim-fitting leather Tom Ford number proved the girl's body is in a-mazing shape.
Why you should exercise like a man12:00:00 AM
Who'd of thought guys would have the answer to easy exercise?
Have you ever paid attention to how guys exercise? They throw on their gear, chuck on their trainers and they're out the door. Boom! Exercise = done.
Why you need a post-exercise plan12:00:00 AM
As much as you want it to be, flopping on the couch with a tub of ice cream isn't the ideal way for you to follow up the hour you just spent at the gym. When it comes to building muscle mass and replenishing energy supplies, what you do after you work out is just as important as the exercise you're doing.
Hello, sunshine! Why we're healthier in summer12:00:00 AM
Feeling gentle excitement weave through our body as the weather warms up is a universal human experience. As a species, we've always loved the process of thawing out after a long, chilly winter. And, it turns out, there are scientific reasons why we feel so damn good when summer rolls around.
Can chocolate boost your workout?12:00:00 AM
Can chocolate boost your workout? In a word: yes! But it depends on what kind you eat and how much of it, according to a study by the University of California, San Diego.
Why healthy foods seem less satisfying12:00:00 AM
In research that will shock, well, no-one really, psychologists from Yale University in the US have found that foods perceived as "healthy" leave us feeling hungry and dissatisfied whether they're actually healthy or not.
Rihanna likes her 'not perfect' body12:00:00 AM
If you're sick of hearing celebrities moan about hating their nose, stomach or bum (hello, you get paid in part because you're beautiful!), put your hands together for Rihanna who's told US Vogue she loves her body even though it's "not perfect".