Athlete Omer Yousif Al Hosani, who underwent an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery, is back on the football pitch. He credits his fast return to the Burjeel Fitness Centre, housed inside Abu Dhabi’s tertiary healthcare facility, Burj
Speed-fit, a leading German fitness centre renowned for its intense body workouts through electromyostimulation (EMS) therapy, has launched its first UAE outlet at Dubai's upmarket Jumeirah area.
One of the biggest spec
Fitness First, a leading health and fitness club chain, has launched its latest health club in Kuwait at Sama Sulaibikhat.
The premium health club, owned and operated by Landmark Leisure and Hospitality Services, provides separate facil
Fitness buffs who can't make it to the gym but still want to exercise can turn to apps for a short, intense workout when they are pressed for time.
The US Centers for Disease Control recommend that adults do at least 150 minut
About 60 per cent of UAE residents are engaging in exercise between one to three times per week, for a healthy living, a 10 per cent increase, according to a recent study.
The Zarca Interactive study, conducted
Fitness First Middle East, a leading health and fitness club chain owned and operated by Landmark Leisure and Hospitality Services, has opened two new clubs in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
The club at the Al Seef Villa
Bahrain-based Dream Body Centre (DBC), a 23-minute weight loss and fitness centre, is introducing a new approach to tackle the growing obesity issue in the kingdom.
The new dance class named “Raqs23!”, which is the fir
Sharjah-based Bee’ah, a leading and award-winning integrated environmental and waste management company, has signed a deal with the top fitness centre Crossfit Hour to implement recycling at its facility.
The MoU aims to str
From sophisticated activity trackers and chest-mounted cameras to massage rollers and yoga toes, fitness experts say gifts for people trying to get in shape or stay that way include everything from high-tech toys to basic workout gear.
Bahrain is suffering an 'epidemic' of young people using illegal performance enhancing drugs, according to fitness experts.
Health officials have confiscated hundreds of shipments of steroids, body enhancing substances and