Amid the struggles and uncertainties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, retailers and brands across the globe suffer extensively from the social distancing and travel restrictions put in place to curb the virus.
Sometimes, a new pair of workout tights is all the motivation you need to get moving. And unless you’ve never worn leggings, stepped foot into a gym, a suburban mall or laid eyes on Instagram, you’ve definitely heard of Lululemon.
Australian retailer Lorna Jane is slashing prices on their Amy phone tights, which are a new-and-improved-version of their classics.
Sportswear company Nike just announced its flash sale today (29 May) and is offering fans up to 50% off selected items until 31 May.
A yoga teacher and reiki master tells Yahoo Lifestyle SEA what we can do at home to breathe, recharge and how to move those muscles after spending time in front of a computer for hours.
Our team of fitsters have rounded up a range of reliable sports bras to help you find the right support, regardless of the workouts you choose to take up.
Exercising more at home while staying at home due to the coronavirus? Here’s a list of recommended online workout classes to follow.
Whether you’ve been planning on learning a new skill such as web design that you may use in your career or if you’ve always wanted to learn the piano as a side project, we’ve curated a list we think may be useful for you.
Many gyms and yoga studios in Singapore have taken the harder route of shutting down operations to flatten the curve.
Nearly 4,100 reviewers have made these yoga shorts a best-seller on Amazon — and they cost under $18.
SINGAPORE — When it comes to wellness retreats, there are many to choose from in this region, from digital detox to yoga, that are designed to help you unwind and relax. What the women-only Supparetreat does differently is that they carve out a mix of programmes that also reset your mindset, with the goal to empower women in a safe space.
When you feel anxious or stressed, your breathing may become shallow and rapid, and your blood pressure may rise. This is your body’s typical stress response, and is designed to put you in a state of heightened alert in order to better confront danger.