Fitbit has added four new devices to its line-up as it looks to strengthen its position and grab a greater slice of the market dominated by the Apple Watch.
Microsoft is planning to end support for all existing Band devices, its fitness wearable which was discontinued in 2016.
The launch of a new committee to deliver services across the north-east has been described as a “game-changer” by its chairman.
A sports body is set to train 75 young people in Aberdeen to be dance leaders.
Sport Aberdeen, the charity behind the city’s sports centres and classes, has revealed the amount of time devoted by volunteers is worth more than £250,000.
An Aberdeen children’s charity has launched a challenge designed to raise money and encourage fitness.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has designed a way for van drivers to get fit following the festive period.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of the north-east’s Keep Fit groups over the past few decades.
Specialists fitness classes are due to be held to celebrate the International Day of Older Persons.
UK adults spend eight times longer watching on-demand TV than exercising, research suggests.
Thousands of people will descend on the Granite City tomorrow to celebrate the return of the Great Aberdeen Run.
Eating breakfast before exercise may “prime” the body to burn carbohydrates during exercise and more rapidly digest food after working out, according to a study.
As the focus now falls on Russia and the World Cup this month Aberdeen Sports Village is kicking off its summer campaign with a great offer to help you achieve your fitness goals.
A proposal to reopen a mothballed Aberdeen swimming pool has been thrown out.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have kicked off a new evening jogging initiative in the area.
Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
Leisure chain David Lloyd is trialling a service to motivate gym-goers by letting them binge-watch their favourite show while on a run.
A 90-year-old grandmother who struts her stuff at twice-weekly Zumba classes has encouraged others to follow in her expertly-choreographed footsteps.
Regular users will have come across the occasional gym selfie on social media – where the goal of the photo might be to brag, to inspire or simply to share something about their lives with friends or followers.
An interactive map found online can show the locations and activities of people who use fitness devices such as Fitbit, raising security concerns about soldiers and other people who are at military bases in sensitive areas.
Stay on the fitness grind and save some money with these downloads that put the PT in your pocket.
The North-east has seen an increase in the number of people visiting council-owned fitness facilities since 2014.
People living in the North-east spend more on health and fitness than other cities in Scotland.
It might be seen as oversharing by some, but a new study suggests documenting weight loss on social media might help people achieve their goals.
Taxi drivers across the North-east could be forced to undergo a health “MoT” to check they are fit to sit behind the wheel.
Motorola has a new wearable that uses GPS and an accelerator to track movement and exercise – but this device is for the dog, not the owner.
Kettlebells Aberdeen are continuing to achieve fine results in competition and are now being helped by having their own gym.
A toy shop could be turned into a new fitness studio if plans are given the go-ahead.
An Aberdeen gym has seen its membership jump 465% following a £1 million refit.
Organisers of a North-east community event are gearing up for their next summer extravaganza.