'Little Hercules' grows up, quits the gym

The "World's Strongest Boy" has found a new calling that's no less extraordinary

The dangers of injecting oil into your muscles

Looking to bulk up your body to absurdly disproportionate levels? These guys are way ahead of you

Gym jargon translations

The gym lingo essentials for those who don't know their reps from their sets

Doctors crack down on State of Origin grub

Those meat pies could stick around long after the final siren

DIET

Doctors blast footy fare ahead of State of Origin

Doctors are appealing to State of Origin-goers to ditch the meat pie in favour of healthier tucker

iStock

Five ways to lock in a lifetime of healthy eating

Forget calorie counting or strict dieting and make these easy tweaks to get you on the path to health for life

Susie Burrell's 'bliss balls for your eyeballs'

To raise awareness of Macular Degeneration (MD) this Week, Specsavers has teamed up with leading dietician and nutritionist, Susie Burrell

Teresa Boyce's hommus chocolate truffles

If you are feeling adventurous and need a chocolate fix, try this unusual yet yummy chocolate truffle treat

FIT MUM

How to work out at home with three little kids

How to work out at home with three little kids

YouTube queen Judy Travis offers one pretty adorable solution to the parent exercise conundrum

Gymnast performs handstand at 35 weeks pregnant

Meet the new mum who competes in men’s gymnastics

After adjusting her training intensity during the pregnancy, Julia Sharpe returns to men's gymnastic competitions

Image: oscarserrallach.com

Doctors weigh in on years-long 'syndrome' suffered by mums after birth

Pregnancy, childbirth and child rearing can spark mental and physical health issues, now called postnatal depletion

The Honest Body Project: one photographer's mission to help mothers love themselves

The Honest Body Project is a photo series dedicated to helping women love themselves – and their bodies

Meet the Aussie doctor championing a new cause in postnatal care

Dr Oscar Serrallach has coined the term "post-natal depletion" to describe the high rate of physical consequences of pregnancy and child birth