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Pro rider Jenny Rissveds answers the mountain biking questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Bush wee? There’s gear for that…
Apart from being a low-impact exercise that you can do literally anywhere, walking can be just as great at spurring weight loss compared to HIIT workouts
Lots of women who set out to lose weight set their sights on a flatter stomach. Here are a few things you need to know before you eliminate that belly fat.
When you set out to drop kilos, part of your game plan probably includes working out consistently. Here’s why you’re picking up weight instead of losing it.
Consistency is the name of the weight-loss game. So doing the same workout every day has to be a solid move, right? Here’s why you should change things up.
If you’re trying to lose weight, there’s no doubt you’ve come across the healthy swaps. Like the egg vs. egg whites debate. Are the yolks all that bad?
Let’s say you absolutely detest working out, but still want to lose weight. How much are you screwing yourself over in the weight-loss department?
Want to up your burn? Then you need to get your heart rate up, up, up! Print out this treadmill routine and get ready to zap those kilojoules
As long as you’re working out on the regular you’re reaping the maximum amount of weight loss benefits…or are you? Here’s what the experts say
WATCH: WH Next Fitness Star Mapule Ndhlovu’s thigh workout will reshape your legs, whether you’re trying to build sexy curves or fit into your goal jeans
If you’re thinking of hopping off the iron horse and trying something new, consider these five kilojoule-crushing workouts for a rewarding sweat sesh
Put down the heavy (and kinda scary, TBH) kettlebells and step away from the abs “machine.” Instead, let us show you the ropes—literally.