Model Chahat Vig on her fitness routine, eating habits and Spiritual quotient. Keeping the mobile phone away 30 mins before bed is the best.
On her birthday today, Kim Sharma shares her fitness regimen. The most important thing in terms of de-stress is breath, she reveals.
For model Mitali Sonawane, ‘take it easy, make it easy’ is the life mantra that works best. A fitness freak, she ensures her daily dose at the gym.
I am not a very big fan of the gym. It has a negative impact on my joints. However, I love swimming and dancing, and love the cardio it provides.
It’s very important to stay in the present and not dwell too much on the past and not worry too much about the future. Focus on the now, says Sahher Bambba.
I’ve always been one to say “No” to things that are not inspiring to me. My phone is off on Sundays and is used only on camera mode on holidays. I don’t even glance at it when I’m with family and friends.
Most people, who know me, know that I love my food. If I love it, I’m savouring every bit of it. I eat everything! My favourite cuisine is Asian.
There is no specific fitness regime for me. But what I definitely try is to incorporate any form of physical activity into my daily routine. I walk, run, do yoga…
Akbar Khan on his secret of healthy living. Eat moderately, stop stressing and always keep your body in shape is his mantra.
No human should ever let a day pass without laughter and appreciation. Laughter triggers the release of endorphins which in turn promotes an overall sense of well-being.
Hrishitaa Bhatt on Fitness Regimen. The versatile Bollywood actress speaks about her eating habits, workout routine and spiritual quotient.
I believe in a healthy body resides a healthy mind. Since I am now a qualified psychologist, wellness expert and a counsellor, I look after my body. I am mindful of my flexibility, strength and stamina and see to it that I take care of these three components.
My life mantra is simple: “Practice like you’ve never won… Perform like you’ve never lost.” Mind over Body is the name of the game. For a goalkeeper, it’s 70 per cent mind and balance is physical.
I don’t really think about carbs, proteins, fiber, minerals and vitamins as some do; I just generally think I need to have pulses, greens, vegetables, wheat, rice, eggs… just the basic things. I don’t pay attention to what each nutrient is.