The NHS is hoping that a new pre-treatment fitness programme will lead to better odds of survival for thousands of cancer patients.
An Aberdeen-born sprinting star returned home to lead 680 primary school children in a massive fun run.
A new event for fitness fans and beer drinkers i=has been launched in Moray.
Runners will be on their marks for what is believed to be a north-east town's first ever multi-terrain 10k next month.
A pensioner who still works out at the gym celebrated his 99th birthday at a party thrown by his sporty friends.
Now that spring has arrived, it’s the perfect time to think about getting fit, and one of the most popular and economical ways to get the blood pumping is to get on a bike.
Calls were yesterday made for the council to "come clean" over whether any sports facilities in the city will close as a result of major funding cuts.
An Aberdeen man has seen huge success with his debut fitness book.
A recent global poll has revealed that 76 percent of us suffer with sadness and angst on a Sunday evening.
A former Moray cinema has been given a new lease of life after being transformed into a wellness centre.
A north-east man has cycled round one of Europe’s largest lakes after turning his life around by losing weight.
Garioch Sports Centre in Inverurie has been nominated for a top national award.
UK adults spend eight times longer watching on-demand TV than exercising, research suggests.
Banchory’s Commonwealth Games bronze-medallist Robbie Simpson gives us one of his favourite local running loops
This is a short hilly loop covering the lesser-used trails around Scolty Hill and forest. It follows mostly single trails with some steep climbing and descending.
An Aberdeen sports facility has become a beacon of hope for the future after receiving a major refurbishment.
Flexible in mind but not so much in body? Don’t know your downward-facing dog from your elbow but would like to sort out your chakras? Why not try your hand (and torso) at yoga, writes Adam Scarborough.
Many runners aspire to run a marathon, but competitors go through a lot more than 26 miles to get to the finish line.
Moray Council will plough £500,000 into keeping a struggling sports facility afloat despite concerns about plummeting visitor numbers.
At age 71, Bill Strachan puts most of us to shame. A keen sports player all his life, Bill hasn’t let his advancing years or his dodgy knees hold him back, and is the current captain of the Aberdeen and Crathes Croquet Club.
A 90-year-old grandmother who struts her stuff at twice-weekly Zumba classes has encouraged others to follow in her expertly-choreographed footsteps.
‘New year, new me’ is one of those phrases that’s thrown around everywhere among groups of friends, on social media channels and in the office too.
Fitness has never been so fashionable, and working out has definitely been the new going out in 2017.
A super-fit 91-year-old woman is running keep-fit classes in her local church hall - all while looking after her 17 great-grandchildren.
Want to feel younger from the inside out? David Lloyd Clubs reveal the new fitness trends for 2017.
As we near the end of January, your efforts to keep your new year resolution may be slipping.
Kick-start the New Year and get into shape with these sporty options.
Just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you can't get out and get active.
January is here, so inevitably another batch of celebrity home workouts has hit the shelves, but are they any good?
A health and well-being extravaganza in a north-east town has been heralded as a success after more than 700 people signed up for clubs and activities.
A north-east man who tackled half of the Atlantic solo in a gruelling, 3,000-mile row has vowed to continue his fundraising efforts for two children's charities.
It can be all too easy to focus on the negative statistics. The figures about Scotland's obesity crisis; children being overweight younger; then comes our binge drinking issues, diabetes and heart disease - it can get a little bit doom and gloom can't it?
An adventure challenge that enticed more than 100 Moray children to tackle a muddy obstacle course last year will return this summer.