HindustanTimes Tue,01 Sep 2015

Fitness & happiness go hand in hand: Valthaty

Paul Valthaty, who announced himself on the big stage with a brilliant 63-ball 120 not out against the Chennai Super Kings in the last edition of Indian Premier League says fitness is of utmost importance to any sportsman who wants to excel at the highest level.

Clean up, for health’s sake

Play an active role in reducing pollution and making your city a better place to live in than it currently is

What keeps Schumi going

Beer belly fear results in champion F1 driver Schumacher working hard

Mix your love for dance and fitness at these innovative workout classes across the city

These innovative fitness techniques prove your gym can now also be your dance floor

‘Strong body for a strong mind’

You wouldn’t associate any sort of physical fitness with a sport like chess, but fatigue is detrimental to chances of winning the match 

‘I discovered body jungle in LA’

Sonal Chauhan says the technique involves twisting, stretching, balancing and strengthening your core

Fitness above 60

Vrinda Mehta, Amitabh Bachchan’s trainer says after 60, one needs resistance training to strengthen bones and muscles

Your campaign has made my days brighter, healthier, more energised

On August 25, Hindustan Times launched its Fitter Mumbai campaign and invited you to send in your fitness resolutions. A small sample of the feedback...

Go Greek

Move over France! The national cuisine of Greece is the latest to be declared super-healthy by Kavita Devgan

‘TRX fitness model was first adopted by the US Navy’

Neetu Singh’s personal trainer, Aditya Chaudhary talks about the suspension technique that can be easily set up at home or outside

‘I am a fitness junkie’

Actor Neetu Singh, still hitting the gym regularly at 53, gets her trainer Aditya Chaudhary to inculcate TRX method, fitness technique used by American troops, in her daily routine

Get That Perfect Body!

More new age technology and gadgets to keep you on top of your form

PT turns professional?

City-based company ties up with schools, offers scientific programme, trained coaches to keep students from kindergarten to class 12 fitter

Dance is a therapy Mumbai needs

Working out to music can also be therapeutic, calming your body and soothing your mind.

Work out on the thump

Bored with the dank of dumb-belles, Mumbaiites are turning to the beats of music
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