Working out your muscles for everyday tasks is crucial. This is where Functional Training comes in. Brinda Sapat tells us more! Training the body for actual use is the most needed form of exercise. Allowing your body to move through the daily physical tasks energetically, efficiently and without injury should be the basic effect of a fitness routine. Functional training does just that. It should be incorporated in your workouts or can be done as a single workout session a couple of times a ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Want to flaunt a sexy, well toned cleavage? Fitness expert Brinda Sapat gives you a few tips on how to shape up your bustline. Nothing is more attractive than a well worked-out body! So grab a pair of dumbbells, some exciting music and let's get the party started! This article only deals with chest exercises, but it is very important to balance it out by doing an equal amount of exercises for the back of the shoulder and back muscles (trapezius). The triceps also get overloaded, so some bicep ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Stretching incorrectly can keep you from attaining your exercise goals. Fitness expert Brinda Sapat tells you how to correct the most common stretching mistakes. Stretching is often overlooked or conducted in a quick, haphazard manner leading to mistakes that can result in injury and can also keep you from attaining your fitness goals. Read on to learn how you can set them straight. To understand better, there are three stretching terms you need to be familiar with: Static stretch: This ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Who doesn't want a physique like Hrithik Roshan? Brinda Sapat tells you just how to get it! Give your chest super definition and a ripped look with these mean exercises! This is the no-frills, challenging stuff! Get enough cardio to burn off the excess fat lying over the muscles; and eat a low fat, high protein diet. Brisk walking, running, cycling, swimming, high intensity cardio training 4-5 days a week for 30 minutes is good. Equipment needed: Incline-decline bench Dumbbells -- pick a ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Here are the 7 most common misconceptions. Watching your weight but not getting the desired result? Worse still, is your diet plan actually making you gain weight? You may be following the wrong advice. Fitness expert Brinda Sapat debunks the most common diet myths and also tells you how to fix it! 1. Skipping a meal Most people are happy to skip a meal, the most common one being breakfast. When the body does not get its due meal, it goes into starvation mode. This means that the body does not ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
A research has revealed something all of us know but choose to ignore -- it doesn't take a lot to stay fit. Researchers have said that older people who undertake at least 25 minutes of moderate or vigorous exercise everyday need fewer prescriptions and are less likely to be admitted to hospital in an emergency. The findings reinforce the need for exercise programmes to help older people stay active. It could also reduce reliance on NHS services and potentially lead to cost savings. In the first ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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