the average 10-year-old in 1998 could beat 95% of youngsters in 2008 in running tests.
A team of researchers from Copenhagen University found that doing 30-second ‘sprints’ of exercise – whether jogging, cycling or swimming – boosted fitness levels quicker than exercising at the same pace continuously.
Swimming Anatomy provides a stunning visual perspective on swimmers’ muscles and how they are developed.
The British Heart Foundation is inviting interested parties to log on and participate in a national web consultation. This is an opportunity for the fitness industry to comment on the draft recommendations on what new UK Guidelines on Physical Activity should include.
There’s a worldwide energy crisis that has nothing to do with fossil fuels or nuclear and solar power – it’s a crisis of personal energy.
Sports clubs are enjoying higher levels of membership despite the recession, according to a national survey that suggests the London Olympics are encouraging greater participation.
With the most current research in sport and science, you’ll learn to utilise technology for more productive workouts and faster times.
This new study may explain why England keeps losing in penalty shootouts.