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So, you’ve nailed that really tough core move… the stability-ball pike. Give yourself a high-five! But it’s time to up the ante with these core combos
Tighten up from head to toe with this do-anywhere workout! Kayla Itsines cranks out total-body exercises like it’s her job (well, it actually is now).
A workout that promises stronger abs and a tighter butt? Yes! Train like a Viking and feel like a superhero with this props-free, at-home warrior workout.
OK, so you’ve nailed the bicep curl but you’re still not seeing those guns. What gives? Get ready to add killer arm combos to your routine…
The annual Freshpak fitness festival is the Western Cape’s biggest multi-sport event, read our four reasons on why you should attend this year’s festival.
This video is winning on three counts: it’s an abs workout (need that!), it only takes three minutes (love!) and it comes from Kayla Itsines. Nuff said…
Not all cardio is created equal. So, which is better for your body: cycling or elliptical? Shocker: one of them can actually screw with your performance!
Kayla may be famous for her hard-earned abs and killer leg-toning moves, but this arm workout will give you a run for your money. Take that, triceps!
This primal sandbag workout by WH Next Fitness Star finalist, Aneeka Buys, has you moving in multiple planes of motion to work your whole body in a short space of time.
No time to exercise? These quick workout combos from WH Next Fitness Star finalist Irène Scholz will help you squeeze training into your hectic day.
Exercising is ace for every part of your body – except your skin… Here are the 6 ways fitness can mess with your appearance – and how to deal!
This workout by WH Next Fitness Star finalist Monika Human will get you results in just 15 minutes a day. Plus, you can adjust it for your fitness level.