Fitness is not a one time thing
Fitness is not a one time thing, it's a continuous process.
Fitness is not a one time thing, it's a continuous process
Prachi Agarwal's Fitho bridges the gap between yo-yo dieters and gym addicts, inspiring one to take a more holistic approach to their fitness regime. While she specialises in outdoor training and boot camps, she also has a personally trained team of experts that concentrate on fitness and weight management. Prachi feels that most people choose to visit a dietician and go on a low calorie diet in order to lose weight quickly. However, what they don't realise is that once they get back into their routine the pounds come back faster.
Mantra: "Fitness isn't a one time thing it's an ongoing process and a way of life."
Prachis' fitness tips:
1) Be adequately dressed. The key is to wear layers, so that once your body warms up with the exercise you can get rid of one or two layers and feel comfortable while exercising.
2) Get a friend/family to workout with you. If you get a workout partner, it helps you stay motivated longer.
3) Fix a time that doesn't interfere with your other social commitments. We suggest working out in the morning is the best as the pollution levels are at the lowest and the outdoor is not over crowded.
4) Carry your favourite music and tracklist with you to help get distracted from the cold.
5) Cardio and interval training should be your preferred form of exercise as it helps the body warm up faster, burn more fat even after you stop exercising.
6) In winter we often forget to hydrate. Remember to carry some water to fuel your workout.