Tuesday, 24 November 2020
Science & Tech
Moments from the hills marathon
Army jawan Tirtha Pun, who won the 21.1km event and had participated three times earlier in the Darjeeling Hill Marathon, agreed. “This year I found the route really tough. Nevertheless, I&rsqu...
By Vivek Chhetri in Darjeeling
Train on, stay on
Starting on a fitness programme is one thing. Keeping at it is quite another. What is it that makes some of us stay invested in our fitness while so many others drop off? Let’s take a look at a ...
By Mayukh Banerjee in Calcutta
The ‘radical’ dietician
Her ideas have been called radical when in reality they are the exact opposite of radical. Celebrity dietician, nutritionist and author Rujuta Diwekar has always been a champion of ‘local’...
By Shrestha Saha in
Cycling event at steel city
Steel city’s Marine Drive is set to witness an assembly of former national and international pedal stars on Saturday as they participate in a cycling expedition. Inderjeet Singh, an ex-internat...
By Jayesh Thaker in Jamshedpur
Keeping fit without frills
This one is a winner for those who want something more relaxed. Why stress? Take up yoga outdoors as winters beckon. This would also mean that you can do asanas in your own time, amidst nature and it ...
By Ritu Agarwal in Calcutta
Gavaskar glad for ‘fit’ Rohit
Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar is delighted to see a “fit-again” Rohit Sharma back in action, which he feels is the “best news for Indian cricket” ahead of the tour of Aus...
By PTI in Dubai
Separating fitness myths and facts
Although the pandemic has kept everyone indoors, fitness pro Ranadeep Moitra took his knowledge and skills online with Audi Kolkata presents Qore & More. The premises of Endorphins in Ballygunge l...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya in
Do you need a fitness band or a smartwatch because the latter tends to be expensive? If you are looking for a device to measure simple metrics, like steps, go with a fitness band. If you are in the...
By Mathures Paul in
Cycling is the new gymming!
Routes: All roads in Calcutta during lockdown seemed amazing to cycle through. “Can you imagine cycling in the middle of Park Street? It’s a different experience altogether,” said Sh...
By Malancha Dasgupta in
Take it to heart
Deep-fried foods: Fried foods increase the risk of heart attack and stroke because of the high content of saturated fats. And the more fried foods you eat, the greater your risk. Processed or junk ...
By Karan Kakkad in
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