Saburi Chopra from Tagore International School, New Delhi, began as a volunteer. Today, she is a changemaker, igniting the fire in other students.
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.
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…
My mantra in life is work hard, it will always pay back. I also believe that what is mine will come to me no matter what. I believe in magic and I believe in me!
Hitting the gym on a regular basis to workout might seem like a plan, but for most it is a chore, they’d rather do tomorrow. The Sharma sisters, however, eagerly look forward to this ‘chore’ every new day.
My exercise routine since the last one year has been mainly rehabilitation, isometric and unilateral training with a huge dose of front squats, dead lifts and yoga. I get in about five days of training in a week.
Craig Scott was an institution on how to walk that walk on the ramp and how to look you on the eye. Even a backpack stood out: he gave the product its due.
For me, my work is my spirituality! More often than not I’m doing a couple of different projects at my office along with juggling my acting assignments! I don’t stress easily because I don’t suffer fools.
Exercise is life for me since I come from a sports background (hockey). My father is President of Mumbai Hockey Federation (Mangha Singh Bakshi) and my grandfather was renowned hockey player late Mr Dilbaugh Singh Bakshi.
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.
AquaPhysical’s popular Floatfit Class is a low-impact, cross-training workout on water taken on the world’s first fitness float—the aquabase. The full body workout perfectly demonstrates the full potential of the H2O Active collection, with classes incorporating a mix of both water and land-based exercises using the aquabase board.
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 suffer from Hashimotos disease which is the same as what American model Gigi Hadid has and one of the main things I do is concentrate on my spiritual well-being and calmness.
By obedience and surrender I often find myself in a good place in life. Challenges are many but I usually ride over them with my faith and fellowship with Christ. I always know that no matter what happens, with Him by my side I will come out just fine.