We’re happy to observe that fitness is very popular these days. There are a lot of ideas about what you need to do, where you need to do it, and what you need to eat and drink (or avoid) to maintain top form. We’re here to give you some straightforward, level-headed, and economical advice.
Home gym on a shoestring
You don't need to break the bank to break a sweat. If you are on a budget, follow these simple steps for an effective workout at home.more
Your best home workout moves
Home workouts have come a long way. You don't need to join a pricey health club – you can achieve a fitter, slimmer body in the comfort of your own home.more
Beverages with buzz: the bottom line
Seattle-based dietitian Lola O'Rourke gives the lowdown on sports and energy drinks.more
The good news about "bad foods"
Toronto-based dietitian Zannat Reza gives the lowdown on five so-called bad foods that are actually good for you.more