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Dubai Active Show lunged its way into Dubai World Trade Centre this weekend in a show of furious fitness classes, a series of wellness talks and a whole lot of flexing. The event, which has been combined with Dubai Muscle Show and Dubai Active Industry, forms the biggest gatherings of industry experts in the region, where fitness fanatics and professionals can find inspiration, meet the stars of the industry or even just refresh their workout...

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As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we spoke to Gazal Kamal, the Palestinian mother to three children and founder of The Breast Cancer Club mobile app, to find out how her experience inspired her to create a virtual support network for breast cancer patients in the region. Kamal was diagnose in October 2020, undergoing chemotherapy at American Hospital followed by a double mastectomy in the US, which she opted for after testing positive for...

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The Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) returns for its sixth edition on Saturday October 29 2022, encouraging residents to exercise for 30 minutes a day for 30 successive days. The event, which runs until November 27, has become a mainstay on the Dubai calendar.  Over the years it has proved a vital entry point to exercise and an active lifestyle for many, while helping others achieve new fitness goals and milestones. With a huge range of...

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It’s easy to criticize TikTok as dumb if you don’t use it, and it’s also easy to criticize it as a mind-numbing time-suck if you use it all the time. But it’s an informed criticism, with an understanding of the value the app provides in return, and that’s the difference. It’s a forum for all of humanity, and it turns out humanity is pretty awesome. I wouldn’t trade my time watching Andrew Murnane managing to...

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The AD Movement was launched in 2016 to empower women in Abu Dhabi as they pursue holistic fitness and wellness journey.  Now after a Covid-19-length break, in a dramatically different fitness landscape, they are back, with plans to offer health and wellness events that promote inclusivity, self-love, positivity, and empowerment for Emiratis and expats. The first will be October 30 at The Bridge Lifestyle Hub in Al Qana. Co-founders Abeer Amiri and Sarah Al Nowais tell...

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