Historically, expectant mothers were told to avoid exercise throughout their pregnancy. However, research now shows that exercise is safe, even if a woman did not exercise regularly before getting pregnant.
It’s no secret that physical activity and exercise does our body good. But did you know physical inactivity or sedentary behaviour has its own set of negative consequences?
Why should we start or continue exercise at the age of 65 or older? Kinesiologist, Nadine Sinnen explores what research says about our physical body, exercise and aging.
Do you ever feel like you are constantly trying to get over a cold? Exercise can be a great way to keep your immune system strong.
New research tells us we may be altering more than just the number on the scale when we exercise.
We’ve taken a look at three of the most common fitness misconceptions to help you get the most out of your workout.
Is your resolution for 2015 to finally reach your health and fitness goals? It’s not as daunting as it may seem. Follow these five easy tips to get the most out of your workout.
If you have ever felt disoriented or unstable, you are not alone. Dizziness and balance problems account for up to 10 per cent of all physician visits and affects more than 60 per cent of the adult population.
We’ve selected our favourite apps and wearable tech to suit every kind of fitness personality and help you stay on course to reach your goals.
In our fast-paced Western culture, it’s no surprise that so many Canadians have difficulty falling asleep. Since it is not often possible to change our culture and our environment, another way to find some peace within the chaos of the world is through yoga.