Exercise to live longer. As your health partner, we bring you interesting articles on sport, fitness and hiking plus free exercises to help you keep fit.
Meaningful workouts – these free exercises and videos will keep you healthy.
There are all kinds of methods: from classic yoga or Pilates through to hula hoops.
Physiotherapist demonstrates effective exercises to stabilise the knee.
Rather than a strenuous workout, find relief from digestion problems with gentle yoga.
A few tricks can help you improve your running technique and enjoy the sport even more.
A successful start to jogging. The key rules for every age.
How to begin jogging again after a pregnancy.
Back pain when jogging is often caused by a hollow back.
Keep fit or get fit – you’ll find everything you need to keep you moving at enjoy365.
More fun on two wheels: whether racing over mountain passes or leisurely following a cycling trail.
40 km up and down on quiet roads in the Oberbaselbiet region.
Enjoy the mystical Jura landscape and drink in the wide open views by bike.
Expansive mountain landscapes on a discovery tour through the Diemtigtal.
Whether trendy, casual or hardcore – sport is worthwhile.
Fresh powder, untouched slopes: follow our tips to stay safe in deep snow
The combination of stand-up paddling and yoga trains stability and flexibility.
Jog, bend down and pick up litter: the eco-friendly way to exercise.
Lead a healthier life with more exercise – these tips will help you get started.
From the 70s to today: which health trends still influence us today?
Yaël S. tracks her sport and sleep activities with a smartwatch and discovers a number of features.
A client tests the smartwatch while practising sport & shows how useful it is.
Nature, mountain air and exercise: as well as being fun, hiking is good for you.
Superstition or science? What lies behind these sites of natural energy and where they are found.
Plenty of animals can be observed on this wide alp, including eagles and marmots.
The hut’s special attraction is its spectacular view over Switzerland’s 4'000 m peaks.