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Must Try: Functional Training for Everyday Fitness

By  posted May 22nd 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Functional training is movement training. In functional training, you move to increase your performance, whereas in weight training you move to cause hypertrophy, or to increase the size of your muscle tissue. Weight training works on the overload principle while functional training is based on the science of movement.  Continue Reading »

Sudarshan Kriya: An Awesome Power Yoga Flow

By  posted May 13th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Try adding this power yoga flow to your weight loss regime, to benefit both your mind and body. This Sudarshan Chakra yoga workout will help boost your metabolism, build your endurance, and strengthen your immune system.  Continue Reading »

How to Get Rid of a Double Chin

By  posted Apr 10th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Fat anywhere else on the body can be easily concealed by your clothes, but there is no escaping a double chin. A double chin usually occurs due to muscle sagging, which is caused by obesity, genetics and ageing. Here are some ways to get rid of your double chin at home.  Continue Reading »

King of Hip Opening Exercise: Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana (Pigeon Pose)

By  posted Apr 9th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

The Pigeon Pose facilitates deeper hip opening, which helps tackle lower back pain and sciatica. Rajesh Sharma, a personal trainer from Mumbai, tells us the right way to do the Pigeon Pose, and the health benefits it has to offer.  Continue Reading »

Yoga Poses: Health Benefits of Marjarasana (Cat Pose)

By  posted Apr 3rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

The cat stretch gives more flexibility to the spine, improves blood circulation, relaxes the mind and is very good for those suffering from scoliosis. Rajesh Sharma, a personal trainer from Mumbai, explains the right way to do the cat pose, and the health benefits it has to offer.  Continue Reading »

Feel the Burn with the Fireman's Workout

By  posted Mar 30th 2015 | IN Videos

Firemen have got it tough. Rescuing incapacitated civilians when they’re lugging around a 10 kg axe to break down doors with a 20 kg oxygen tank strapped to their backs can seem like a Herculean task. But they still do it, on a daily basis. Surprisingly, the real danger for most firemen is heart disease. Many firemen are overweight or obese and face the danger of heart attacks thanks to their crazy schedules and lack of proper exercise.  Continue Reading »

Yoga Poses: Bhujangasana (The Cobra Pose)

By  posted Mar 23rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Bhujanga means snake. In Bhujangasana we raise our upper body to look like a raised cobra hood, which is why it is called Bhujangasana or Cobra Pose.  Continue Reading »

Decoding Ranbir’s Street Fighter Body & Anushka’s Lips in Bombay Velvet

By  posted Mar 19th 2015 | IN Buzz

The trailer of one of the most anticipated films of 2015, Bombay Velvet, is out, and each character in the movie seems to have done their bit to look all fiery and chiselled. We take a closer look at the leading pair: Ranbir Kapoor who plays a risk-taking daredevil, and Anushka Sharma, a sizzling jazz singer. We decode the fitness training and beauty procedures they underwent to prep for the role.  Continue Reading »

Supta Vajrasana: The Supine Thunderbolt Pose

By  posted Mar 10th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Supta Vajrasana is Vajrasana in the lying down position. This yoga pose is known for its amazing ability to improve digestive health. Rajesh Sharma, a personal trainer from Mumbai, explains the right way to do the supine thunderbolt pose and the health benefits this yoga pose has to offer.  Continue Reading »

The Tale of Geeta Phogat

By  posted Mar 8th 2015 | IN Videos

Geeta Phogat put India on the international map. But how many of us actually know her?  Continue Reading »


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