Healing With Hoilistic Training

Developing stronger lungs seems like the only possible way to withstand the toxic shock the citizens of Delhi have to battle.

Published: 03rd April 2016 08:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd April 2016 08:24 AM   |  A+A-

Developing stronger lungs seems like the only possible way to withstand the toxic shock the citizens of Delhi have to battle every day. The bad news is, it’s not getting any better. The good news is, there’s somebody to help you deal with it. Team FitNut, a wellness portal by Directors Kabir A Uppal and Vinayak Dougal, along with head health coach Rakaysh Chowdhary, is bringing you a bootcamp with holistic yoga, which will focus on increasing lung capacity, besides helping you master various other fitness movements that’ll go a long way in energising your soul. The session is followed up with a hearty meal, especially designed by Def. Col. Social.

Bootcamps, if conducted the right way, can be really effective, echo the three. “When it comes to fitness, there is no one size that fits all. Therefore, we pay special attention to every participant and customise their routine,” says Dougal, adding, “We check their existing fitness levels, any injuries or other conditions while designing the workout routine.”

This bootcamp is a combination of different body weight exercises, with a special emphasis on breathing exercises and functional movements. “We start with a warm-up session to prepare the muscles. The session after that covers strength, endurance, agility and other trainings. This is followed by a power yoga session,” says Chowdhary.

Post all the hardwork, a high carb, high protein meal awaits you, that replenishes the glycogen lost during the workout for proper post workout recovery. it surely sounds like a salubrious way to spend the weekend.

Register yourself at

April 9,at the park opposite DCWA Club in Defence Coluny, from 5 pm to

6.30 pm

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