New research says regular exercise can help slow the progression to Alzheimer's disease as well as improve the heart and brain.
ExerciseNZ has endorsed new research which shows physical activity and good sleep work together to counter negative health effects of poor sleep.
Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson has announced how $5.7 million will be allocated to create better quality experiences for disabled tamariki and rangatahi.
A new study has found that exercise may help older adults by slowing the onset of memory loss and dementia.
The American College annual ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal® worldwide survey results were released in early January.
Researchers in this study wanted to determine the rate that free online educational resources presented at least one message consistent with national physical activity guidelines (PAGs).
ExerciseNZ chief executive Richard Beddie says people wanting to exercise again after the long holiday break should start gently with less intensity.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) launched new Guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour on 25th November 2020.
Evidence links muscle-strengthening exercise to optimal health and well-being, but over 80 percent of adults do not report meeting the muscle-strengthening exercise guidelines.
Latest academic research studies have found that exercise increases life expectancy regardless of the size of people - proving exercise is critical to longevity.