Live with more energy

September 2011
Prevention India;Sep2011, p21
In this article the author discusses her obesity and fitness regime. She states that during her younger days she used to be active but later in life her weight jumped to 80 kilograms. She mentions that she lost 15 kilograms by eating proper food and exercising but gave up on them after reaching 65 kilograms. She highlights that her fitness routine includes four days of gymming and one day of yoga and she keeps herself at office by taking stairs instead of lift.


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