Not born to run? Here’s how you can step up your style

Tips for runners who want to improve their technique for a smoother, more comfortable run.

A first-timer’s guide to the weights room

Here’s why and how you should be working out with weights.

Get loose with these essential office stretches

Researchers have found that sitting for long periods contributes to tens of thousands of deaths every year. But in the short term, it can be…

The science of recovery

Sick of ice packs and protein shakes after your workout? Check out the science behind three exciting new ways to reduce soreness and speed up…

Eyes on the ball

Australia’s number one FootGolfer Joshua Ackland shares his sporting journey ahead of the 2018 FootGolf World Cup in Morocco.

What’s the best exercise for mental health?

A study of 1.2 million people has revealed the number one exercise for improving mental health.

Putting the boot in

For in-house lawyer Jason McLennan, law and football make for a compelling match.

Sabring success

For lawyer Sam Auty, losing is the worst possible outcome. That’s why she’s a champion.

Slow and steady

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has long been popular, but there are merits to taking it slow via low-intensity steady-state (LISS) cardio.

Wheels of power

With the Tokyo Paralympics in his sights, Newcastle solicitor Ben Swain has switched from tennis to competitive cycling to boost his chances of representing Australia.