The Lazy Girl's Guide to Being Fit

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Random House India, Jul 21, 2015 - Health & Fitness - 206 pages
Get smart, get moving! Most of us want to be fit and healthy, but get stuck in a rut—we just don’t have the will power to get up and move. What is the incentive for you to get off that couch and work out when you have all three seasons of Game of Thrones waiting for you? Almost everyone wants to be fit, but they just can’t muster up the effort to do so. If you are like them, then this book is for you. The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Being Fit is about the first few steps you need to take to go from a sedentary lifestyle to an active one, because that’s the biggest challenge for a couch potato—movement! It’s all about finding the balance in your life. This book will show you how exercise can take the guise of several daily activities—be it shopping or going on a picnic—and how eating right can solve half your problems. The easy and effective exercise routines contained here will get you fit in no time. The body can be beautiful if you know how to put it to use and have fun doing so. And this is exactly what this book will show you.
 

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The book has a very informal approach. It is easy to connect with the writer and follow the steps. My sister absolutely loved the book and has definately started her journey on a healthier lifestyle. She says the book was easy to follow, fun and grasping till the end. Personally I feel that even the boys can learn a lot from this book, only about 5% of the book is women specific. 

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Contents

A Note on the Author
Inspire Yourself
Getting off the Couch
Sneaking Exercise into Your Daily Regime
Talking about Food
Exercises for When You Are on Holiday
Illustrations

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About the author (2015)

At just twenty-one years of age, Namrata Purohit is fitness coach to some of the best-known faces in the Indian fashion, fi lm and sport industries. She loves life and aspires to get people fi t the healthy and fun way. A certified Pilates instructor, Namrata started her career at the age of sixteen, and is one of the youngest trained Stott Pilates instructors in the world. She runs her own fitness studio, The Pilates and Altitude Training Studio (www.pilatesaltitude.com), which enjoys the distinction of being the first studio in the world to offer both Pilates as well as a simulated altitude-training room under one roof, and which has been the Official Fitness Expert for The Femina Miss India International pageant from 2011 onwards. Namrata has played squash and football at the national and state levels, respectively. She is also pursuing her studies and has just graduated with a major in economics. Namrata and her father, renowned fitness expert, Samir Purohit, are the official Pilates coaches to the Mumbai City FC Team 2014, a part of the Indian Super League. She lives in Mumbai.

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