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Wild at heart: Exploring the glaciers and wilderness of New Zealand’s West Coast

Greenstone and gold, rugged mountains and rolling seas, adrenalin thrills: find hidden treasures around every corner of the South Island’s West Coast.

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Five of the best: our favourite New Zealand walks

From family day-trip ambles to multi-day wilderness treks, here are five of the best walks New Zealand has to offer.

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Five of the best: Our favourite walks in Australia

To enjoy Australia is to enjoy the great outdoors, which is why we’ve compiled the best five walks the country has to offer, from multi-day hikes to day-trip ambles.

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Exercise can beat disease, but you do need a lot more of it

Five to seven times more activity needed than World Health Organisation recommends, Australian researchers say

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Moving meditation ideas to quiet the mind

Find the right moving meditation practice for you.

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Sitting is killing us, even with exercise

Studies reveal that it doesn’t matter how much you exercise, sitting down is killing us.

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Baby gorilla finds her feet

Joanne, San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s baby gorilla, is exploring her new world and finding her feet.

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Carolyn’s Workout Diary Week 6: Talking Running

Talking while running makes you faster, Carolyn discovers in week six of her fitness challenge.

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Texting and walking more dangerous than texting while driving

We all know the dangers of texting and driving, but injuries sustained from texting and walking are more frequent.

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Down to earth: Grounding

Reconnecting with the planet by walking barefoot could help you live a longer, healthier life.

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Mexico’s ‘water monsters’ disappear from natural habitat

Mexico’s axelotol’s may have disappeared from their only natural habitat, biologists fear.

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The mind-blowing benefits of walking with women in nature

Walking with women among nature might hold the key to unlocking the cure for anxiety or mental illness.

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Walk fast to fitness

Get fit fast and have fun by walking with bursts of intensity and resistance just three times a week in the great outdoors with your friends.

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The Byron Bay Way

Having spent the last week at the lovely northern NSW town of Byron Bay, I’ve been inspired to make a […]

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Anorexics don’t just think they’re fat, they move like they are too

The disturbed perception of body image seen in anorexics even extends to the way they move.

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Want a reliable fitness buddy? Get a dog

The biggest hurdle for maintaining a fitness routine is usually motivation. Exercising with a friend is often recommended as a […]

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Interview: Lorna Jane

Donna Duggan interviews Lorna Jane Clarkson, founder of the iconic fitness label Lorna Jane.

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High heels while pregnant could harm your baby

Pregnant women who choose to wear high heel shoes could be causing serious injury to themselves or their unborn child.

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Speak active

Nanette Murtie is a psychologist with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES). She explains why walking may be the most convenient mode of activity that we ought to promote in the fight against obesity.

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Walktober

Walktober is happening next month, so we caught up with Fiona Bailey, CEO of Physical Activity Australia, to find out how we can stave off obesity and what we can do to increase the amount of physical activity in our daily life.

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Rhythm and Blues

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s getting harder to get a good night’s sleep. This week Lizzy Wood learns how something as simple as a pulsating-blue-light device – which slows down the rhythm of your breathing – can be the key to a deep sleep.

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