Health  /  Published 13.01.22

Go slow up the age bar

Chronological age is one number. Functional age, on the other hand, is the sum of your physiological, psychological (cognitive) and social advantages or their lack. For example, an active 70-year-old ...
By Mayukh Banerjee

Lifestyle  /  Published 11.01.22

Kolkata’s fitness experts on how to bring the workout home

Finish your workouts with a fun session on this Anti-burst Swiss Ball. ...
By Vedant Karia

Health  /  Published 23.12.21

Five ways to consistency

As we enter the New Year, maintaining good health and fitness will be a resolution for many. For those who would want to take it up seriously, consistency is going to be a major challenge. No matter w...
By Mayukh Banerjee

Health  /  Published 19.12.21

Myths and fallacies in the fitness industry

Dr Kaushik Talukdar, PhD, is a research scientist and founder of Athlete Institute. You can reach him at or follow @coachkaushik ...
By Kaushik Talukdar

Style  /  Published 16.12.21

Don’t let the weight rush back

You may have been doing all the right things and lost weight and suddenly, bingo, it’s all rushing back. You may have done a few wrong things as well.   1. Unsustainable diet plan A ...
By The Telegraph


Health  /  Published 15.12.21

The truth about weight loss

A new study, which involved overweight, sedentary men and women and several types of moderate exercise, found that people who worked out did not overeat afterward at an enticing buffet lunch. However,...
By Gretchen Reynolds

Lifestyle  /  Published 05.12.21

Train, don’t drain

Ranadeep Moitra is a strength and conditioning specialist and corrective exercise coach ...
By Ranadeep Moitra

Health  /  Published 25.11.21

Right workout doesn’t kill

Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar suffered a fatal cardiac arrest as he was training in a gym a few weeks ago. His death has once again cast a shadow on the connection between cardiac arrest suffered in ...
By Mayukh Banerjee

Jharkhand  /  Published 22.11.21

Special workouts for specially-abled

In a bid to improve the respiratory and cardiovascular system of specially-abled students, Jamshedpur-based NGO Jeevika has introduced low-intensity exercises to keep them active and alert.. The phys...
By Jayesh Thaker in Jamshedpur

Health  /  Published 18.11.21

Is it ok to work out if you are ill?

Generally speaking, the rule is that if your symptoms are “above the neck”, it is probably all right for you to exercise, says Mayo Clinic. But if you feel them “below the neck&rdquo...
By The Telegraph


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