This might seem like a frivolous question given people worldwide are fighting for their lives and others are risking them, but it's one a lot of the newly working from home are asking.
Can an exercise likened to a cult and linked to very serious health risks still be beneficial? Freelance writer Sally Whyte donned the lycra to find out.
After Tony Abbott’s 14 hour ironman triumph on Sunday, Nicola Roxon had the nerve to suggest that Abbott’s fitness regime was eroding his time for policy formation. Not true. Abbott's continuing Australia's fine tradition of sporty politicians, writes Kim Crow.
It's that time of year again, when less-than-fit folk commit to running a marathon or two to get in shape for summer. But for most, marathons are the exercise equivalent of crash dieting: once the race is over, they never run again.