Daredevil stunt rider Danny MacAskill has created a new film to show how to hit the gym - on his bike.
Fewer than half of children in England get enough exercise, although figures are improving, data suggests.
So-called “social prescribing” of exercise to patients may not yield the benefits hoped for, researchers have said.
Just 30 minutes of exercise per day can help beat depression – even in people with a family history of the condition, research suggests.
Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) has unveiled its newly refurbished gym following a £500,000 investment.
I was standing on one leg in the middle of a park swirling my hands around my head as though I was balancing imaginary plates or trays of drinks.
Peterhead Scottish Week is in full swing and has so far been full of fun, cakes and exercise.
A wealth of nearly-new cycling equipment used to christen the Aberdeen bypass has been donated to a pair of local organisations.
A campaign to tackle the north-east high fat eating culture will be launched after it emerged six out of 10 Aberdonians are overweight or obese.
Short bouts of light intensity exercise could lower the risk of early death among older men, a new study suggests.
Fitness has never been so fashionable, and working out has definitely been the new going out in 2017.
Actor Anthony Quinlan, who plays Pete Barton in Emmerdale, celebrated Star Wars day by taking a Star Wars inspired Lightsaber fitness class at David Lloyd fitness gym in Trafford, Manchester. The Star Wars themed work out put the Emmerdale hearth throb through a tough workout using lightsabers.
Every day Claire Kelly grabs her trainers and completes three miles on the treadmill, juggling the routine with her job as a sports massage therapist and caring for her three young boys.
Want to feel younger from the inside out? David Lloyd Clubs reveal the new fitness trends for 2017.
Moray Leisure Centre are urgently looking at ways to attract more users after numbers plummeted following the opening of a new 24-hour gym.
Many people began the New Year by resolving to exercise more often.
Every morning Steve Bradley gets up at 7am and completes a 5km walk round the village of Balmedie, as part of his mission to complete 10,000 steps every day.
Regular partner swapping could be the key to keeping fit and healthy.
The River Ness was used to simulate fast-moving flood water for an exercise to ensure emergency services are ready to deal with severe flooding incidents.
So you eat well and exercise to keep your body in shape, but don’t forget that most vital of organs. Dr Jenny Brockis shares top tips from her book, Future Brain
Forget ’snapping’ back into shape like those celebrities, and take the sensible ’slow and steady’ approach to post-pregnancy fitness instead
Couch potatoes are being invited to take part in a study to see if the Wii Fit video game might help lure them back to exercise.
Sally Gunnell is married to athletics coach Jonathan Bigg, and they have three sons. Here she talks about life after sport