Revolutionizing Weight Loss: How Brain Cells Control Your Appetite

By Radio New Zealand Fresh research from the UK may have identified the mechanism by which our brains control appetite. We could be on the threshold of a new era in dietary science. Fighting obesity, cutting food waste, and even making our food production systems more efficient: could all this

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3 Simple Secrets for Forming Your Fitness Habit

By Sarah Shortt When it comes to exercise there are two extremes: those who know they should be exercising but don’t really want to – and those who make exercise an integral part of everyday life. The majority of people sit somewhere in the middle. For most of us, the

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How To Keep Life Sweet Without the Sugar

By Professor David Cameron-Smith Good news, it is possible to satisfy your sweet tooth while cutting the risks associated with too much sugar. We’re rapidly becoming more aware of the dangers of what is now known as being overfat, and the main culprit is – you guessed it – sugar. When

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The Perfect Winter Workout

By Brittany Jordt As the skies begin to darken and temperatures drop it can be tempting to let your fitness goals slip. It’s easy to lose motivation at this point and find yourself sitting on the couch again. To stay on track this winter try taking a classic summer exercise

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Where Are Your Deadlifts Going Wrong?

By Emma Hogan The deadlift is a fundamental strength training move that’s hard to beat. But if you want to maximize the benefits you need to know where you could be going wrong – and it all comes down to your elbows. Why we love deadlifts The deadlift is undoubtedly

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10 Reasons to Get Off the Couch

By Prof. David Cameron Smith Straight out of science, we bring you ten of the best research-backed, age-defying reasons to get moving. 1. Youthful looks: Exercise protects against wrinkles, crows feet and other signs of skin aging. Exercise triggers the release of interleukin 15 (IL-15) which prevents the loss of

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6 Reasons to Love Cycling

By Rebecca Lambert Cycling may conjure up images of tight outfits and packs of riders training outdoors, but that’s not the whole picture. Indoor cycling can get you the same impressive results. Those killer legs you’ve noticed pumping at the pedals can be yours. A cycling class combines a range

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How Eating Pie Can Help You Keep Your Fitness Goals

By Valerie Rodino   For some, the holidays are a time of year when everything sparkles and shines a little brighter.  We find ourselves humming along to holiday music that seems to be playing everywhere we go.  The weather gets cooler, decorations are hung, and we excitedly prepare to visit

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Your Journey to a Flat Stomach

By Jeff Payne For most people, one of the main goals when beginning a weight loss program is to achieve a flat stomach. There is an old fitness saying that “abs are made in the kitchen,” and for the most part, this is true. A healthy diet plays an important

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5 Reasons to Register for Gymnastics Class Today

By Rebecca Mirando Growing up, my parents signed me up for a few sports before settling on gymnastics. Gymnastics was a lot of work, however looking back now the reward is a great deal more. The skills and abilities learned from gymnastics at a young age will not only benefit

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