Strength Training by Rujuta Diwekar
Weight training, more than any other form of exercise, is riddled with controversy, fear and suspicion. Rujuta Diwekar—India’s top health expert, and advisor to celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan, amongst others—demystifies strength training, and explains how you can make the most of your visit to the gym.
This ebook, an educative extract from her bestselling book Don’t Lose Out, Work Out!, has sample training plans to set aside the doubts and get moving.
Don't Lose Out, Work Out!
Available on. I f you are reading this at your workplaces, chances are you are part of the overworked workforce of this country. You keep long hours, eat irregularly, exercise rarely and every few months look at your increasing waistline with some amount of displeasure. So why not just do it now? I have been going to the gym for the last six months and have gone have gone down from 91 to 88 kg.
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Three prominent women instructors share their physical fitness secrets with Ashish Virmani. The important thing is a proper warm up. I would ensure that my clients walk and stretch every body part either freehand or on a Precor machine prior to the main exercise program. I see to it that 10 or 15 minutes are given to the warm-up before the clients start exercising. When it comes to the main exercise programme, I advise my clients to target their weaker areas first.
Rujuta Diwekar's weekly workout plan will help you introduce exercising in your daily routine.
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