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WORKOUT FOR BETTER FITNESS

" PHYSICALLY UNFIT MEN/WOMEN NEVER REACH AT THE TOP OF HIS PROFESSION "

Gary Kasparov (Former world chess champion) wrote-even one day before world championship,I did rigorous physical training equivalent to Olympic athlete.
A common man generally co-relate physical training to build huge amount of muscles and females afraid of loosing femininity,this is big misconception spread around us.
In physical training we train our self for better movements & mobility of our joints, increase muscle flexibility,to nourish each & every cell of our body with oxygen,through exercise we can treat some medical conditions like insomnia,bulimia,anorexia narvosa,acidosis, metabolic disorders,fatigue,feeling of energy deficiency and especially endocrinological problems ( hormonal imbalance).Doing exercise not heavy workout some beneficial byproducts come out like FAT LOSS and correct posture and healthy eating habits.
Physical fitness is a part of Wellness program.Wellness program consist of four parts-Mental fitness,Spiritual fitness,moral fitness and physical fitness.


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