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Guest Blog: Fitness in other professions!

Fitness is essential in each and every profession, whether your job dictates you to keep moving and stay active, or makes you sit in one place day in and day out (even more so then!)

Today’s post is a guest blog by one of our clients, Puja Banerjee. A real estate agent, Puja has found a way to integrate fitness and movement in her life, not only by following our program, but also finding ways to use her profession to stay fit and active throughout the day!

Check it out!

Fitness is Essential in Every Profession – take Real Estate.

With the Indian population moving towards fitness and overall well being, it is no surprise that being fit has become a necessity in almost every profession nowadays. Trending movements like #missionfitindia have even the prime minister showing us that it’s essential to incorporate fitness as part of one’s daily routine, no matter what job title you hold.

It’s no longer just the celebrities, models or actors that need to outwardly show their wellness quotient, nor is it only the labour class that needs the strength and stamina in their daily roles. Take the real estate industry for example: the smoothest of sales personnel (in their posh tailored suits) need to be fit enough to climb 18 floors to show a client their dream home – yes, this happens all the time! Our guest blogger – Puja Banerjee, a real estate advisor – incorporates functional training and swimming as a non-negotiable part of her routine, simply because it is essential to get through the job.

To add to this, apartment complexes these days are coming up with every amenity imaginable – multi purpose courts, swimming pools, jogging tracks – all are a regular expectation from today’s homebuyers. This is fuelled by the renewed consumer mindset that making time for fitness is equally important as making a living. And it’s about time that we Indians caught up with this belief, which is already second nature to our western counterparts. Stepping down into your society garden is nothing short of motivating – seeing people around you being active works to fuel your motivation for a healthier lifestyle.

Also on the property topic, there is the herculean task of searching for your dream home. You need to be fit to even embark on this exciting and challenging journey. For a good real estate agent to show you some excellent properties, be prepared to walk through concrete mazes, test your calf muscles going up and down staircases, and possibly even spend hours on end hopping from site to site!

The fitness and wellness industry in India is on a high and only poised to grow further. Holistique is a program that focuses on health and fitness in exactly that – a wholistic way – enabling you to develop a sustainable healthy lifestyle in just 24 weeks.

For any property needs in Mumbai & Thane, call our preferred partners Blue Lotus Realtors on +918452811549 or email puja.banerjee@bluelotusrealtors.com

Want to share your story or your fitness journey with us?
Mail us at contact@anujaluniya.com !

Stay Motivated !

Have you ever started a new workout  or fitness routine, and then quit soon after?
If the answer is yes, then you are not alone!

We all know that starting a new workout routine is SUPER easy. It’s exciting, its refreshing, and it makes you feel good about yourself.
But what happens next? How many of us actually follow through and continue working out after the initial few days or weeks?

So what goes wrong? We lose motivation!

Motivation is like the fuel you fill up in your car when you are going on a road trip. Without it, you will never reach your destination, no  matter how much meticulously you have planned the trip. But unlike fuel, motivation is something that is very fickle. It fluctuates daily. One day you are all gung-ho about workout and raring to go, and the next day you can’t even drag yourself out of bed.

So, what do you do? Give up?
Of course NOT!

There are 2 main things influence our motivation – generalization and negativity.

Let me elaborate.
Most of us feel this way, “I tried this for 2 weeks, and then gave up. I failed once, so what’s the point of trying again? I’m going to quit again anyway.” That is generalization.

That feeling of feeling discouraged and disappointed not only derails you from your goal, but further stops you from giving it another shot, from trying once again.

Now, negativity may come from other people, or it may come from within you. When people criticise you, saying things like – “Only 10 reps? That’s all you can do? Wow you’re really bad at this!”, are you more willing to succeed, or less?
Or even when you criticise yourself, thinking things like, “oh I couldn’t even do 5 reps of this exercise yesterday! Why did I ever think I can do it!  I should have never tried it.”, you are basically setting yourself up for failure, and killing your motivation.

Criticising yourself is not the great motivator you imagine it to be. Self-compassion, on the other hand, can be a much more powerful tool for change!

If you let yourself be pulled down and beaten up, reaching your goal of a fit lifestyle is going to be very difficult. What you have to do is, keep you motivation levels high! And it really isn’t as difficult as you may think.

There is one very simple trick.

Habits!

Habits are manageable. In our previous blog last week, we spoke about how to build habits and how to sustain them.
Every time you complete a habit, you get a feeling of success. You feel good, feel proud and happy!
This feeling of success becomes a source of constant motivation. If you did it once, if you completed your workout today, then why not tomorrow? And why not the day after?

Rather than beat yourself up when you go off track, realize and acknowledge that what you are doing isn’t easy. It is hard work to build and sustain a fit lifestyle. And you will have setbacks and roadblocks on the way. What’s important is not to give up. Get up, dust yourself off, and keep going.

Motivate yourself to power through!

So, what makes you lose motivation?? And more importantly, what brings it back? Tell us in the comments below!

Mini Habits, Big Changes

At the beginning of any new routine or workout, we all start with so much gusto!
The excitement of it being new and different keeps us going strong. Well, for a few days at least.

And then what? We get bored, tired, and finally, simply stop doing it.

You work very hard to achieve your fitness goals. You plan the workouts, the right eating habits, try to get your sleep pattern in check, but ultimately, it just doesn’t work. Maybe you get overwhelmed with it all. Or just scared that you will fail. So you give up before you can even start getting used to it.

This not only disheartens you, but also plants the seed of doubt and fear in your mind about trying yet another new routine! So, what do you do? Never try another fitness routine, or just quit the idea of getting fitter?

Of course NOT!

There is a very simple, practical solution. Mini Habits!

Mini habits are basically your new routine broken down into small, doable tasks to make it easier for you!

You know that feeling of being on auto-pilot when you are taking a shower or brushing your teeth in the morning? You don’t even need to think about the task while doing it. Why? Simply because you have turned these necessary daily activities into habits – you have done them so often and with such regularity that you now do them automatically!

The same applies to any new fitness routine.

For example, you want to start eating healthier. So, you make changes, make sure all your meals and snacks are healthy and in tune with your new plan.
But it’s not so easy to just change everything, is it?
Instead, try this.
Replace just one snack, like your evening snack of chips with something healthy, like a handful of peanuts!
So, instead of running away from too much change all at once, changing only one meal in a day to a healthy meal is easy, doable, and makes you feel so good! And it gives you the confidence and the desire to keep going!

Turning your fitness routine into a regular habit is not an easy task. But it’s in our hands to MAKE it easier!

So next time you get stuck with a new routine, just turn it into a mini routine instead, and see the magic work!
Do try it out, and let us know how it works for you!

Building Habits to Achieve Goals!

What do all of us do when we want to achieve something new in life?

Whether we want to get in better shape, eat better, sleep earlier, do better at work, write a best-selling book, cook gourmet meals, or anything at all, the first thing we do is we set a goal. We write it down on a piece of paper, file it or keep in neatly in a drawer, and then very conveniently… forget about it!

Heard the saying, “A goal without a plan is just a dream” ?
All of us love to dream, and dream big! Nothing wrong in that! But how about we actually DO something to achieve those dreams? How about we take actual, concrete steps to achieve our goals?

Setting goals is great for the short term. Definitely. Your goal motivates you, challenges you, makes you move!
But the problem with goals? They have an endpoint. They rely on factors that we can’t always control! So ultimately, setting goals is good, but it’s an incomplete system.
So what’s a better solution?

Build HABITS to achieve your goals!!!

Now, what is the difference between the two?
Let me give you an example. Say you decide to run a marathon (goal), so you plan and plan and plan for it, make notes, study on it. OR you start running a little, every morning (habit) and gradually increase the distance! What do you think will give you results?

Habits power our lives, and our goals. Let’s take a look at how habits actually help you.

Good habits help you exceed your goals!
Say you want to lose 4 kilograms in a month. You work out, eat right, do everything possible and lose those 4 kilos! Once you achieve your goal, you feel satisfied. Happy.
And then you go back to your old habits and routine, and end up gaining those 4 kilos back. Instead, if you decide to work out regularly, make a habit of it, not only with you lose the 4 kilos, but you will be able to sustain it too!

Habits are easier to sustain than goals.
Since habits are repetitive behaviours usually on a daily or fairly regular basis, they are much easier to sustain.

Building habits successfully motivates you!
Imagine if you are successful in building a habit of exercising regularly. What does it do? It not only helps you accomplish your goal of being fit, it also constantly keeps you motivated to keep going!

Small habits are manageable, and help you grow!
Build small habits that are easy to repeat and easy to follow through. Once you get accustomed to them, you can start adding bigger and more complex habits to your lifestyle. For example, if you want to drink 1 additional litre of water every day, start with one extra glass instead of the extra litre. Once that is easy for you, move on to two, then three and so on.

So, how do you build a new habit?
Well, it’s actually not that difficult.
You have to follow 3 steps – a Cue, a Routine and a Reward.
Again, let’s take an example. Suppose you want to start meditating every morning. So, pick a cue , like brushing your teeth, that triggers your new routine. So, brushing your teeth is your cue to start your new routine – sit to meditate. Once you are done, reward yourself with something that you enjoy, like listening to your favourite song!

Once you actually break down a new habit into these 3 steps, it becomes easier for you to follow through, and more enjoyable too! Try it out!!

It is possible to get the life you have always wanted, to set big goals and achieve AND sustain them. All you have to do is really want it, and work for it!

And the best thing about habits? You don’t have to make big, bold and drastic changes in your life from the get go. Start small, and just go from there. Take a step. Commit to the process, not the goal.

So, this week, why don’t you start something new? Something you have always wanted to do, but have not been able to do yet? Try out the 3 step routine, and tell us how it works out for you!

Eat Slowly… What’s The Rush?

How many of us finish our meals in a matter of minutes? As if the food will disappear if we don’t gobble it up? Or eat standing up because we don’t have to “time” to sit down, relax and enjoy our food? If you are having your lunch or dinner while binge-watching your favourite TV series, is the plate empty before you even realize it?

In today’s world, we are always running. Always rushing to get things done, to be as fast as we can. But this way of life shouldn’t be our way of eating! We live in a rushed, distracted society. We rarely take the time to really savour our food, sometimes not even to chew it properly!

Mindful eating is something that not only affects the way we digest our food, but also how our body reacts to the food! In simple terms, when you eat slowly, you digest better, your body uses the food more efficiently.

There are loads of reasons why eating slowly is a lot more beneficial than mindless, distracted and hurried eating.

  • Not overeating.
  • One of the most important benefits of slow, mindful eating is that it gives your body time to recognize that you are full. When eating, it takes about 20 minutes for the brain to signal that the stomach is full. But we, being the freakishly fast-paced people that we are, manage to shovel so much food in those 20 minutes, that we end up overeating and feeling “too full”.

  • Sensing satisfaction.
  • Eating slowly also helps us feel more satisfied – which is very different that just being “full”. When you slow down, you savour a meal, you pay attention to the flavours and the textures, and appreciate each mouthful.

  • Improves digestion
  • Eating slowly also helps improve digestion.
    Digestion starts from the mouth, so large bites that are hurriedly eaten and not chewed properly are more difficult for the stomach to break down, thus leading to indigestion and other GI problems. And who wants that?

  • Helps in losing weight!
  • Fast eaters generally gain more weight over time than slow eaters. Just by eating slower, you eat less food (you don’t over-eat), and end up consuming lesser calories than you would if you rush through your meals! So if weight loss is on your agenda, eating slow should be a part of you lifestyle.

  • Less stress.
  • Eating slowly while paying attention to your food is a great form of mindfulness exercise. Be in the moment, concentrate on what you are doing, rather than just doing it to get it over with. This kind of mindfulness will help you calm your mind and lead to lesser stress. Give it a try!

  • Lesser craving post meals.

  • Research has shown that people who eat slow, and are thus more satisfied with their meal, have lesser mid-meal cravings. It keeps you from binge eating on unhealthy snacks during the day!

    So how can you eat slow and eat right?

    Try some of these tips!!

    – Try to eat with minimal distractions. Avoid eating while watching TV, driving, texting, etc.
    – Choose high fibre foods that require you to chew just a little more, like fresh fruits and vegetables.
    – Put down your utensils after a few bites. Take a moment, breathe and enjoy your food.
    – Use smaller utensils and silverware (plates/bowls/spoons).
    – Set aside time to eat, and try to take at least 20-30 minutes from the start of your meal till the end. Don’t just eat when “convenient”.
    – Eat with other people around. With family or friends, the conversation flows freely, so the meals usually last longer than they would if you eat alone.

    You are fuelling your body whenever you eat something. That’s important. Give it the time and attention it deserves!

    What do you do to make sure that you are eating the right way? Any more tips that we can add in our blog?
    Do let us know in the comments below!!

    Kick Off Those Shoes! Go Barefoot!

    When was the last time you walked, or ran, without footwear?

    Remember your childhood? Kicking off your shoes, running around barefoot, not a care in the world!

    As we grew up, the heels, socks and shoes, pretty sandals and pedicures took priority over the feel of the ground under our feet. After all, who would want to walk on such uneven ground, right? What kind of benefits can that have?

    Well, being barefoot, in fact, has a lot of benefits!

  • Strengthens your feet muscles
  • Going barefoot uses those muscles in your feet that usually stay cushioned and covered by your footwear.

  • Improves your balance
  • Balance, just like strength, speed and agility, is trainable. And moving around barefoot is a great way to do that!

  • Corrects your posture
  • Heels, or even shoes with small lifts under the heel, mold our bodies. To stay straight up, we push our butts back, and our waists forward. Barefoot, our body stays straight, without putting strain on our spine, butt or waist!

  • Improves blood circulation
  • We all know how the roads are in India, right? But that may actually be in our favour! Every step on an uneven surface stimulates the muscles in our feet and increases the blood circulation. Also, better circulation means less aches and pains, less varicose veins and warmer feet and legs in the winters!

  • Improves immune system
  • The soles of the feet have lots of nerve endings and sensory receptors. These send positive vibes to our brain for making our immune system more powerful and prepared. Walking barefoot helps activate these receptors, thus strengthening our immune system!

  • Exercising barefoot is very beneficial!

  • By training barefoot, you improve your strength, mobility and the ability to sense the position, location and movement of the body and its parts, which is called the “proprioception” of your feet. It also improves overall dexterity and reactivity.

    Going barefoot is also a great stressbuster! Just imagine walking on soft grass, or sinking your feet into the sand on a beach… Feels amazing, doesn’t it?

    The Holistique Program promotes barefoot training for all the wonderful benefits mentioned above!

    So why don’t you try it out, and give your shoes a break?

    Start out slow, though.

    Years and years of wearing “comfortable” footwear makes your feet accustomed to the feeling of always having a layer between your feet and the ground. So, start slow. Walk around your house barefoot, take a stroll in the park, or just stand on uneven ground and feel the surface with the soles of your feet.

    If you aren’t comfortable going sans footwear immediately, try out minimal footwear as visible in the image above. Minimalistic footwear gives you the feel and benefits of barefoot walking without the fear of injury! Get your feet evaluated by a barefoot specialist before going in for minimal footwear.

    See how it feels, and go from there! Going barefoot really makes you feel wonderfully connected to the earth!

    Give it a shot, and tell us about your experience in the comments below!

    Stay Hydrated!

    The human body, as we all have been taught in school, is made up of 70%-75% of water. This little fact has been drilled into our heads! But what good has it really done?

    Most of us still do not realize the importance of water in our daily lives.

    Water is not just handy to quench our thirst. It is essential for the proper working of our bodily functions. It helps the body with digestion, absorption of food, regulating our body temperature, blood circulation, carrying nutrients and oxygen to the cells in our body, and for removal of toxins. Water also helps with the movement of joints, and helps protect organs and tissues of the body.

    Well, this is what we know. But what about fitness? Do you know how water helps us in achieving our fitness goals?

    Whether you are a professional athlete, or someone who exercises for recreational purposes, it is extremely important to stay hydrated.

    So, let’s take a look at how staying hydrated as you work out makes a difference.

    Helps You Lose Weight!
    Water helps in regulating your digestive system, so that the foods you eat are processed efficiently by your body.

    Improves Muscle Tone
    Our muscles are 75% water. Drinking more water helps you maintain your muscle tissue and muscle tone.

    Prevents Muscle Cramps
    Water and the electrolytes found in water allow your muscles to contract, while preventing shrinkage and helps prevent the soreness related to exercise.

    Prevents Illnesses
    Catching a cold or falling sick is something that completely derails our perfectly planned workout program. Staying hydrated helps us avoid that! Not only will drinking water help you if you do get sick, research has shown that drinking at least eight glasses of water a day will reduce your risk of falling ill in the first place.

    Helps Kidney Function
    Our kidneys filter the waste present in blood, which ensures that your muscles stay oxygenated efficiently. Water is essential for the kidneys to perform this function.

    So now that you know how important it is to stay hydrated, keep a check on the amount of water you are consuming! Track your water intake using a fitness journal, like our Holistique Journal, or use a mobile app!

    Let your thirst be your guide. Make sure your body doesn’t get dehydrated!

    Carry a bottle of water with you at all times, and keep sipping throughout the day. And don’t forget to refill that bottle!

    How much water do you drink in a day? Do you think it is sufficient?

    Let us know in the comments below!

    Fat Loss Vs. Weight Loss

    Ever wondered why achieving you fitness goals always seems like a never-ending struggle?
    There are various reasons for it. One very important one being lack of clarity in differentiating between weight loss and fat loss.

    How many times have you said, or heard someone say, “Oh how I wish I could lose some weight fast!” . Now, losing weight isn’t really that difficult. It IS quite easy. All you have to do is stop eating!
    But what you don’t realize in that is, you aren’t just losing weight, you are losing muscle too!

    The goal, the actual goal, should be to lose fat instead of just seeing the number drop on the scale. Your body fat percentage is the key indicator of your actual fitness, not your weight!

    When you talk about losing weight, what you usually mean is slimming down. You want to tone your “problem areas”.
    It is possible to get thinner or toned without actually seeing a change in your weight. Sounds strange? It really isn’t!

    This happens when you lose body fat while gaining muscle. Your weight may stay the same, even as you lose inches, a sign that you’re moving in the right direction. The problem is, you may be focused on the scale, believing that if that number doesn’t change, you’re simply not getting real results.

    So, if fat loss is our goal, then we have to focus on preserving our muscle while we lose fat, because once you start losing muscle, you are fighting an uphill battle with the fat.
    People often sabotage their health by dieting, not eating enough food, and thus compromising on the nutrients your body requires to stay fit, resulting in muscle loss. You have to make sure you exercise. It gives your muscles a reason to maintain themselves. If you don’t exercise, your body is slowly going to shed away the much needed muscle.

    Knowing the difference between losing weight and losing body fat can change how you see your self, your progress, and maybe even how you look at your own body.

    So how can you measure your progress?

    – See how your clothes fit!
    Check if they fit the same as before, or have they become loose? Keep one pair of pants that is one size too small, and wear it every month to check if it fits any better.

    – Take your measurements
    Check if you are losing inches.

    – Really see yourself.
    The mirror doesn’t lie. And who would know your body better than you?

    – Use a scale.
    No, not the weight scale. Use a scale that measures your body fat.

    – Set performance goals.
    Instead of weight loss goals, set goals that help you improve your endurance, stamina and strength. Set tangible, reachable goals, and keep striving to do better!

    Drop in your weight isn’t always a success. Focus on your health and on being fit, not just on being skinny and thin.
    Put away your scale, and see just how far you have really come!

    Pelvic Health Awareness

    Pelvic floor problems are way more common than you can imagine. One of the reasons you may not know about this is..? You guessed it right! Because we don’t talk about them!
    Numerous people suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction.

    The need for awareness about this topic is paramount. That’s why I got in touch with Ms. Suzanne Ko, a certified postnatal fitness specialist.

    In our blog today, we have come up with the FAQ’s people have about Pelvic health, and the answers to them!

    1. What is pelvic health? What all does it include?
    Pelvic health starts with the pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is the base of our core. Along with its team members (diaphragm, transverse abdominis, multifidus), the pelvic floor helps to stabilize the body. A well-functioning pelvic floor assists us in performing daily activities and exercise.

    2. Are some women more prone to pelvic health issues than others?
    Yes.
    This can be due to many factors, including genetics, pregnancy, lifestyle habits, heavy physical work, chronic constipation, obesity, long-term coughing or asthma, or hysterectomy. Pelvic health issues do not just affect women, but also men. They can arise as early as adolescence.

    3. What are the most common pelvic health problems?

    The most common pelvic health problems are:

    • Diastasis recti – A weakening of the connective tissue between the “six-pack” muscle.
    • Pelvic organ prolapse – A condition where the organs of the pelvis descend toward or through the opening of the vagina due to a loss of support from the pelvic floor muscles, fascia, and ligaments.
    • Incontinence (urinary, fecal and/or gas)
    • Pelvic pain
    • Painful sex
    • Back, hip, sacrum, or coccyx pain
    These pelvic floor conditions do not just apply to women who have had a baby. They can also present in high-level athletes and some pelvic floor conditions present in men as well.

    4. How will I know if I have a pelvic health issue?
    Some will have a pelvic floor issue, but may not present with symptoms. Symptoms to look out for are signs of leaking, heaviness or pressure in pelvis, back pain or a feeling of incomplete bowel or bladder emptying.

    5. Is regular screening necessary? How often?
    Getting assessed by a physical therapist is a great way in actively being preventative when it comes to your overall health. It is highly recommended to get assessed by a women’s health pelvic floor physical therapist after your postpartum visit. Once cleared by your physical therapist, I recommend doing a yearly screen.

    6. When should I visit the doctor if I feel I have a pelvic health issue?
    I recommend seeking out a pelvic floor physical therapist if you feel that you have a pelvic health issue. A pelvic floor physical therapist addresses the the body as a whole, versus a doctor that will only treat the symptoms.

    7. What can I do to improve my pelvic health?
    Pelvic health starts with breathing and alignment. Pay attention to how you move throughout the day, which is more important than the hour you spend at the gym. This includes how you sit, stand, walk, pick up objects, perform household chores, pick up/hold/carry your children and how you use the bathroom. Try to keep your ribcage stacked over your hips and bum untucked, while performing any of these activities. Train for function at the gym, so you can perform your activities of daily living – hinging, squatting, pulling, pushing, rotation, loaded carry. Good nutrition is also an important factor, especially for new moms healing postpartum. Sufficient fiber in the diet will help prevent constipation.

    8. In a country like India, what hygiene methods should I follow to have good pelvic health?
    Elevating your feet (using a step stool) when you eliminate prevent excessive straining on the bladder and bowel. Hovering over the toilet can also put strain on the pelvic floor.

    9. How do I maintain pelvic health as I age? (At different ages)
    Implementing the changes I have suggested will help you to be proactive in your pelvic health, especially as you age. Changes in hormones in women as we age will increase pelvic floor conditions.

    Pelvic health is an extremely part of a fit and healthy life. It’s not a topic to shy away from, or to be ignored. It is something that needs to be discussed and talked about!

    If you have any other queries, please ask us in the comments below!
    Also, I would love to know what YOU do to take care of your pelvic floor!

    Online Fitness Coaching – The Advantages

    In today’s age, technology has grown in leaps and bounds, bringing the entire world to our fingertips. Every aspect of our lives, our jobs, the way we travel, the way we work, our leisure activities, everything has been affected and made easier by technology.
    So why not our workouts too?

    I am talking about the ongoing debate about online fitness coaching.
    To find out what people really feel about the same, we conducted a survey. These were the results.







    So what we realised was that people are open to the idea of online coaching, but don’t necessarily know or understand the benefits of the same.

    So here we are!!!
    We understand that you are skeptical about the idea. Well, I am here to tell you that the benefits of online coaching vastly outweigh the apparent disadvantages!

    First of all, what does an online fitness coach do? Simply, an online coach can help you reach your health and fitness goals with all the convenience of training in your own home, or other personal space. An online personal coach can provide you all of the services a face-to-face professional would.

    Listed below are the advantages of online coaching-

    Convenience
    No more will you have to miss your workouts because of the weather or the inaccessibility to the gym! With online training, all you need is some space in the comfort of your own home, and you are ready to go!

    Continuity
    How many times have you missed your workout because you are travelling, or out of town? Or your kids have their exams going on, or are not feeling well and you need to be at home with them?
    With online coaching, you can not only exercise at home, but take your workout with you wherever you go!

    Real-time corrections
    With the technology advances that we see today, real-time training and monitoring an online class has become a reality. Your coach could be sitting in another city/country, but with the help of live video training, they are always available to answer your questions and correct you if you are doing something wrong!

    All the time in the world
    Time isn’t a problem anymore! Missed your morning workout due to other commitments? Just see the recorded workout session and get your exercise quota of the day!

    Easy Accessibility
    Now you don’t need to search and search for a good workout program, only to find that the gym/fitness club is too far away, or not accessible! All you have to do is switch on your mobile, laptop or tab, and you are sorted!

    Non-distractive environment
    You can workout at home within your comfort zone, and no distractions around! No shouting, no crowds, no noise, no sharing your personal space with others. You focus on mastering your technique without getting worried of who’s doing what. Just focus on YOU.

    Self-Motivation
    Self-motivation plays an important role in getting fit, and when you are responsible for your own workouts, what could motivate you more? With regularly tracking and monitoring your progress, you never miss a workout!

    Skeptics think that the one downfall to online coaching is the safety factor. But as we have explained above, when you have live training sessions where your coach can see exactly what you are doing, and your coach is just a click away on emails and calls, what do you have to worry about?

    So what do you think of Online Fitness Coaching??
    Is it a Yay or a Nay?
    Have any more questions or concerns about the same?

    Tell us in the comments!!