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23-BMS-Nov-2015

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

If you have exercised regularly as a child and young adult, you have helped maximise your bone production! If you continue to exercise during the middle ages post 35 and beyond, you probably have reduced the risk of osteoporosis. While people with osteoporosis may believe their bones are too brittle to risk exercising, the truth more »

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22-BMS-Sep-2015

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

The first few pounds are the easiest to lose. Any one who has tried it will vouch for it. But unfortunately, for many they don’t remain ‘lost’. Adhering to a fitness regime for a few months can help you lose the next bunch of pounds. But again, it is the long term that we are more »

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21-BMS-Jan-2015

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

Everyone knows and understands that to take up any kind of a resolution we don’t need a ‘New year’! The day we decide we want to accomplish an specific objective, is the day we need to begin. However, the reason so many of us resolve to achieve greater things in the new year is the more »

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19-BMS-Jun-2014

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

Birthing is considered a second birth for the mother – the ravages her body endures to deliver the new life is probably the most miraculous part of living. In the process, even with scientific pre-natal and post-natal care and exercise, the woman is a lot more vulnerable to succumb to certain frailties associating with her more »

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18-BMS-Apr-2014

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

A study by Harvard researchers found that women tend to gain an average of 20 pounds in 16 years as they reach middle age. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found an average gain of 12 pounds eight years after menopause. The bad news is this weight gain is not sudden – it creeps in more »

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17-BMS-Feb-2014

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

Working out together can be Fun ! Provided, we don’t intrude into the other’s ‘space’. Every individual has a unique requirement of fitness. We are living creatures that respond creatively to all external stimuli dynamically rebalancing at every moment in order to survive. Fitness is a continuing process and not an end result that can more »

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16-BMS-Jan-2014

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

Childhood obesity is a cause for grave concern among parents. On the other hand anorexia is also becoming a dreadful obsession among growing teens. As responsible adults, while we certainly wish to help, to most of us our own fitness regime is a challenge. How to make exercise a habit? Start them young… Every child more »

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15-BMS-Dec-2013

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

We have become so conscious of needing a ‘flat tummy’ that we very often believe ‘looking thin’ is ‘being healthy’! Why is it then that the ancient science of yoga never gave any credence to a six pack ab? Because it is more important to have a ‘functioning’ abdominal corset than a ‘flat’ abdominal corset. more »

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14-BMS-Nov-2013

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

Most of us fall under one of two distinct categories. There are those of us who believe that if we workout every day for 1 hour, we need do nothing more to be fit. And then there are those of us who believe that if we spend most of our day at work and household more »

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13-BMS-Aug-2013

Able Body, Stable Mind, Noble Soul

There are different types of exercises – those that use varying muscle movements at varying speeds to work on a muscle group and those where your muscles don’t move but are still working as it is pushing against a solid object or holding muscles in a constant pressure. The former is called Isotonic exercises and more »

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