After a whirlwind festive season of celebration and indulgence, lofty fitness and exercise goals are usually top of our resolutions list come January.
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Now that the empty bottles have been recycled, the decorations stored, and the daily commute beckons, many of us will hope to step into 2020 with a positive outlook, new goals and aspirations.
Many of us will experience some degree of joint degeneration or osteoarthritis as we get older, and Valentina Roffi, a clinical specialist physiotherapist at SprintPhysio.co.uk, says musculoskeletal problems are the most common health issue among our ageing populations.
It is the time of year when we resolve to do things differently. As midnight strikes on Hogmanay, we are ready to launch a brand-new, better version of ourselves. Well, that’s the plan.
The NHS is hoping that a new pre-treatment fitness programme will lead to better odds of survival for thousands of cancer patients.
Runners of all ages and abilities are being encouraged to sign up for this year's Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run.
Loved by millions across India, Bollywood cinema is famous for its colourful costumes, outlandish storylines, and dramatic musical numbers.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has designed a way for van drivers to get fit following the festive period.
HE has been left with concussion, had to face the dangers of open-water swimming and frequently gasps home in last place in gruelling races.
PREPARING for a marathon is tough work.
EXERCISING your body can also have a powerful effect on your mind.