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Is sex sufficient exercise to look after your heart?

Written by | 3 May 2024

The hottest science in the prevention of heart disease awaits at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024, a scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). The annual congress… read more.

Low intensity exercise linked to reduced depression

Written by | 28 Apr 2024

New research has found a significant association between participating in low to moderate intensity exercise and reduced rates of depression. Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) carried out… read more.

One in seven male gym goers consider impact on fertility

Written by | 30 Nov 2023

Young male gym users are largely unaware of the risks of their lifestyle on their fertility, a new study shows. New results from a survey of 152 gym… read more.

Great news for runners: Improve performance while easing up on sprints

Written by | 31 Oct 2023

10-20-30 interval training is an effective way to improve running performance and overall health. A new study from the University of Copenhagen demonstrates that this kind of training… read more.

Home-based walking exercise is best “first line” intervention for PAD

Written by | 23 Sep 2023

Among persons with PAD (peripheral artery disease) home-based walking exercise appears to improve 6-minute walk (6MW) more than supervised treadmill exercise. Investigators reported this finding on Sept 21,… read more.

Good cardiorespiratory fitness associated with up to 40% lower risk of 9 cancers

Written by | 24 Aug 2023

Good cardiorespiratory fitness when young is associated with up to a 40% lower risk of developing 9 specific cancers later on—at least in men—suggests a large long term… read more.

Fat burning during exercise varies widely between individuals

Written by | 14 Aug 2023

The best heart rate for burning fat differs for each individual and often does not align with the “fat burning zone” on commercial exercise machines, Icahn School of… read more.

Can bone-strengthening exercises and/or drugs reduce fracture risk when older adults lose weight?

Written by | 12 Jul 2023

A $7 million study beginning this summer at Wake Forest University and Wake Forest University School of Medicine will help determine whether a combination of resistance training plus… read more.

Exercise could help with common sexual complaint

Written by | 10 Mar 2023

Exercise appears to be a potentially effective way of treating premature ejaculation, according to a new peer-reviewed study carried out by Anglia Ruskin University (ARU). The new study, published… read more.

Exercise more effective than medicines to manage mental health

Written by | 1 Mar 2023

University of South Australia researchers are calling for exercise to be a mainstay approach for managing depression as a new study shows that physical activity is 1.5 times more effective than… read more.

Exercise solution for gym women with continence concerns

Written by | 15 Feb 2023

Women with continence issues are reluctant to continue many sports and gym programs, but new research has found a way to help women undertake resistance training that will… read more.

Six minutes of high-intensity exercise could delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Written by | 18 Jan 2023

Six minutes of high-intensity exercise could extend the lifespan of a healthy brain and delay the onset of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. New… read more.

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