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Enthusiastic about Yoga? Why You Should’t Start with Suryanamaskars

Happy International Yoga Day! You may have read many posts on Yoga today or be inspired by PM Modi and be all fired up to try it out yourself. If your enthusiasm could last beyond this day and you actually try yoga, you’d inadvertently hear about Suryanamaskars. So, read on: As I write this post […]

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Monsoon is Coming: How To Do Cardio In Rainy Season

The Rain Gods are back to stop you from going to gyms or walk/runs and tempt you with mouth watering Pakoras and Chai at home. Now, there are many bodyweight exercises that you can do to keep up your strength levels but cardio part suffers a lot. After all, you can only do so many […]


Great Technique to Assess Yourself

We often talk about the importance of assessing clients in order to make a customized program for them. While many clients require a full assessment by a physiotherapist, we also use some movement techniques to reveal a lot of issues which often go undiagnosed in some physio assessments. One of the primary technique which we […]

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Your Feet Tells A Story, Are You Listening?

We mostly associate feet with shoes and sandals. Sports shoes for jogging, heels/canvas for partying, leather ones as formals and so on. But what about our feet? With a notable exception of pedicures, we seldom pay attention to this body part especially when it comes to fitness and health. But someone’s feet tell a lot about […]


Quick Reads: No Pain, No Gain? You Gotta Be Kidding Me

Probably the most quoted catchphrase in the fitness community is “No Pain, No Gain“, a one-liner most often yelled by trainers, engraved in motivation pics on Pinterest/Instagram and also written in metallic design for Men’s fitness magazines with pumped up dudes in the background.  Another “Dark Knight” version of the same theme becoming popular is […]

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Secret to Safer Pushups & Bench Press | Why Avatar’s Neytiri must be a Poor Archer in Reality

Many of us suffer from shoulder pain when we do pushups and bench press, especially while training hard. Today, we discuss a technique which helps us stay in a more stable position while doing any horizontal pressing exercise and thus prevent injuries. To understand it, first observe these images: Okay so first movement image is […]


Most Important Stretch for People with Desk Jobs (and Runners, Cyclists and Footballers)

As much as it is bad for health, we really can’t avoid sitting especially while working long hours in the office and this sitting behaviour leads to tightening of certain muscle groups often resulting in poor posture and joint pain. Today, we cover an important stretch for one of those muscle groups called hip flexors […]


Quick Reads: Practice makes Permanent, not Perfect

We often start out exercises by watching videos or people at the gym. Even the trainers just show it once and then let you exercise often commenting that “you will get better at it with time”. If this has been the case for you, you’re in trouble in the long run. Here’s why: When you […]


Good Posture: Why it’s impractical in today’s world & 3 quick fixes

We have all heard and read about it, specially if we were tormented by back or neck pain in the past. Back straight, chest forward, tummy in: words often used to describe good posture. We give it a try for a couple of minutes and then slouch again in the comfort of our chairs. Some […]