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Moving to the music

IT IS a universally acknowledged truth that when January rolls in, gym membership spikes with many people trying to fulfill their “new year, new me” resolutions or to simply burn away all those holiday calories.

Is your workforce fit for work?

If you really want to fight workplace burnout, the only real strategy is to boost those energy levels. And that’s through exercise.

Stop exercising and start training

By Michael Angelo S. Murillo This weekend, global sports apparel brand Nike starts its Nike Training Club (NTC) classes, offering a program which gives more...

Weekend exercise may be as good as daily workouts

MIAMI -- People who exercise mainly on the weekends may reap significant health and survival benefits, on par with people who work out more...

How much exercise will lower chronic disease risk?

PARIS -- The daily dose of activity needed to lower the risk of diabetes, stroke, and heart disease by at least 20% is several...

Exercise ability in middle age may be one key to longer...

MIDDLE-AGED men who have more endurance in exercise tests may end up living longer than their peers who struggle with physical activity, a Swedish...

Food, pets, sights, and a lot more

THREE of the most iconic structures in the world: Singapore’s Merlion, Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, and France’s The Louvre museum are now in...

Carrying one’s weight

By Michael Angelo S. Murillo WHAT THEY are doing may not exactly be new or out of the ordinary, but for people engaged in calisthenics,...

How to exercise at your desk, in secret

By Seth Porges YOU’VE HEARD IT a million times: sit less. Your desk is slowly killing you. But standing desks -- and their juiced-up descendants, treadmill...

Exercise as medicine

By Zsarlene B. Chua EXERCISE is Medicine (EIM) is a global health initiative spearheaded by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) in 2007 aiming...