Fitness News

Five easy exercises to relax your sore muscles at work

Desk-bound jobs can lead to many health problems like neck and shoulder pain. Try these quick exercise while sitting in your work chair, and we are sure you will feel better.

Twenty-minute of ‘nature pill’ can lower stress: Study

To assist healthcare practitioners looking for evidence-based guidelines on what exactly to dispense, Hunter and her colleagues designed an experiment that would give a realistic estimate of an effective dose.

‘People often associate exercising with just keeping in good physical shape, but it goes far beyond that’: Jacqueline Fernandez

The actor also talks about her love for yoga, which she says is a holistic form of exercise and also helps reduce stress and anxiety

We’re aesthetically driven to have six-pack abs, this mindset is unhealthy: Saiyami Kher

Saiyami Kher believes real fitness lies in having a strong core. "I like it when people accept their own bodies and try to better themselves each day," she says.

Dessert before starters: Changing the order in which you eat food can help in weight loss

This is the first study to investigate "the interaction effect of food type and food presentation order on individuals' sequential food choices and their overall caloric intake."

How breast size affects how women exercise

As women’s breast sizes grew, their participation in physical activity declined, particularly if that exercise was vigorous.

The best type of exercise to burn fat

According to a new review, super-short intervals could even, in some cases, burn more fat than a long walk or jog, but the effort involved needs to be arduous.

Happy Birthday Tiger Shroff: The actor’s pictures will give you all the fitness inspiration you need today

Not only has the Baagi 2 actor impressed the audience with his power-packed action scenes, he also motivates fitness enthusiasts with fitness videos that he usually shares on his Instagram account.

Yoga can heal, but also hurt

Certain asanas of yoga involve direct bending of the spine in seated or long-standing position without bending of knees. This, in turn, puts a direct load on the spine and creating tension on ligaments leading to severe disc prolapses and hip joint disorders.

Celebrity trainer Yasmin Karachiwala on her love for Pilates and how women’s fitness has changed over the years

Yasmin Karachiwala, whose client list comprises celebrities like Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif, talks about her journey of becoming India’s most sought after fitness trainer.

From chair dips to foot drill: Smart ways to exercise at your work desk

If you are chained to your desk and want to improve your fitness level, we have you covered. Here is a list of exercises you can try out to keep yourself strong and flexible. 

On and off the endless treadmill of fitness trends

In 1969, The Times declared that exercise studios, particularly those run by a certain Russian émigré, had become as modish as restaurants. Women who were attuned to aspirational signifiers like the right hairdresser or, as the article said, “that little jewel of a manicurist”.