ExerciseNZ are now accepting presenter applications at the 2018 FitEx conference on all things exercise.
Exercise is even better than thinking for the health of your brain says Harvard psychiatry professor John Ratey.
Keeping active throughout life is an important part of staying healthy, however as we age and at different stages of life, the type of exercise we engage in will need to change to suit us. This is especially true for midlife women.
Exercise is still the #1 new year’s resolution for most Kiwis.
People wanting to be more active in 2018 should - first of all - enjoy the luxuries and pleasures of Christmas through the festive season.
Sport Canterbury has been trialling a SportStart Home Kit to help make it easier for busy parents and caregivers to support their kids to get active at home.
Exercise that promotes muscular strength may be just as important for health as aerobic activities according to new research from the University of Sydney.
Exercise and movement have been shown to significantly improve the lives of those who have Parkinson's disease.
A University of Otago study shows that New Zealanders who walk and cycle for transport are much more likely to have adequate levels of physical activity than those who drive cars.
New research shows that regular exercise could help reduce the effects of cancer while also improving life after it has been beaten.