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By Leisa Meredith Whether we want to make our butt smaller, firmer or stronger, most of us have to work our butts pretty damm hard - especially us women! But what most people don't understand is just doing squats and lunges will target your quads. Further, if...

By Chris Kennedy You know that starting in our thirties, we all begin to lose muscle mass. This loss contributes to achy joints, increased risk of injury, and the middle-age spread we all dread. What’ s more, the older we get, the faster muscle mass disappears....

You don’t have to slim down to your high school size to get real health benefits. Losing just a few pounds makes a big difference. Five percent of your body weight -- 10 pounds for a 200-pound person -- can improve all kinds of health...

For many weight training calls to mind bodybuilders pumping iron in pursuit of beefy biceps and bulging pecs. But experts say it’s well past time to discard those antiquated notions of what resistance training can do for your physique and health. Modern exercise science shows that...

A new study that is being heralded as “Earth Shattering” has lifted the lid on the exercise regime that can really turn back the clock. According to the study undertaking by the Mayo Clinic in the US high-intensity interval training (HIIT) can not only stop cellular ageing in...

Congratulations to the winner - Sam Caines! Based on the percentage of body weight, Sam lost 8.9% and claims $300 First Prize. Runner up - Tareena Hunt. Tareena lost 7.4% of her body weight and wins $200 for 2nd Prize. Third place Fiona O'Connell. Fiona lost 7.1% of her body weight. Winner of most...

You couldn't meet a nicer person then Laetitia, she absolutely shines out for her efforts at Top Coach and these certainly have not gone unnoticed by anyone training alongside her as well as the trainers. She is a fantastic role model to her georgous twin girls who also join her...

What To Eat Before Working Out For those who can stomach it, working out before breakfast may be more beneficial for health than eating first, according to a useful new study of meal timing and physical activity. The results indicate that when we eat affects how much...

When we are dehydrated, our brain will often mistake the feeling of thirst for the feeling of hunger. This often results in raiding the fridge and consuming extra calories. If you do not get enough to drink on a daily basis, you will feel tired. You...

Considerable research has shown that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) increases fat oxidisation, strengthens your heart, and drastically improves your anaerobic capacity. HIIT is any form of short-term exercise that uses short bouts of high-intensity effort followed by short bouts of rest. Sessions last between four and...