A lot about fitness resolution has been discussed. However, let us rather focus on the weak links that hinder the process.
The Diet Disaster
You see talking about this diet thing never gets old because as I see around, it makes my heart cry. People treat “dieting” like it is some sort of a reality show task which demands to put their soul in their hands! One question, Why??? And I never understood how eating right got separated from eating good! I often see that whenever one tries to eat healthy, they manage to turn it so lifeless that they start hating their fitness goals. Again, just why? Stop listening to various fitness gurus and dedicate your energy and focus on one good and knowledgeable professional of your choice and stay consistent. And, every nutritionist may not be a pro in their cooking skills so that’s where you both can work together. Discuss the ingredients and portions, figure out recipes and then go with it!
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LIFE AMONG THE RAGS
They picked up recyclable materials from the street, garbage dump, market or in trash bin. They were a group of four minor rag pickers between 7 to 10 years of age meet at a point and starts picking rags in the railway colony. They picked up anything which fetched them money such as paper, cardboard, plastic, iron scrap, tin containers, and bottles.
PLAN TO MONITOR MANIPUR'S SANGAI DEER
The Sangai deer, which is an endemic and endangered subspecies of brow-antlered deer found only in Manipur makes news headlines time to time to due to the threat it receives to its existence.
What hasn't changed and never will
The ideas of change and innovation in our world, which might seem like the only constants are in reality, (mostly) contextual.
KHASIS RYNDIATHE OTHER NAME OF ASSAMESE ERI
I was hearing the sound of a stringed pluck instrument indistinctly from the side of the hills. The rhythmic adjuncts of Ryndia made it all musically driven.
CANCER STILL A BIG CONCERN FOR MEGHALAYA
The deadly disease Cancer is still a big concern for the Northeastern state of Meghalaya, in which cases of cancer are still rising.
ASSAM ELECTION: WILL THE VOTES OF YOUNG VOTERS CHANGE THE EQUATION?
As Assam goes to poll on March 27, Northeast Today tried to find out as to what do the young and first-time voters think and whom they will vote for
ADVENTURED INTO NO MAN'S LAND
Soldiers always look for thrills and adventure.
A CUP OF TEA FOR A LIVING
One cannot deny the fact that among all the beverages, tea is an everlasting one. Most of us start the day with a cup of tea, the most popular drink in our country. Being a tea lover who would not love to choose tea taster as a career? In the contemporary world ‘Tea Taster’ is one of the most gifted careers.
For A Healthy Period!
It is interesting to note that on an average a woman menstruates for about ‘2300 days’ in her lifetime.
New year’s unfolding with all its beauty, the fitness industry is returning back to all its glory and we are excited. However, with all the lessons, the lockdown period has also helped set some new trends in fitness and we are glad about it. So let’s check out some of them.
NOTHING TO STOP YOU
WHEN PLANNING AN OCEAN PASSAGE, HOW DO YOU ENSURE YOU CAN KEEP GOING NO MATTER WHAT? RUPERT HOLMES FINDS OUT WHAT VENDÉE GLOBE SKIPPERS CAN TEACH US ABOUT MID-OCEAN REPAIRS
WAS AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ‘BOT’ THE SECRET TO EMIRATES TEAM NEW ZEALAND’S AMERICA’S CUP SUCCESS?
Gender equity drive in racing
As part of a remix for the coming season of the foiling SailGP series, each of the eight teams are to add one female athlete per team. Teams will be incentivised to include female athletes in rotation for ‘active roles’ and to include women in the sixth position, progressing to ‘practice and/or training in key roles’.
Resurgence in round the world races
A clutch of ‘budget friendly’ new round the world races for sailor-owners has tapped into renewed enthusiasm for adventure and endurance sailing. All three new events are set to take off in 2023.
Grenada to host ARC+ rally
A new destination is being introduced for the ARC+ rally in November that could bring the total number of yachts sailing across the Atlantic in rallies this winter to a record-breaking number of almost 400.
Science while you sail
Cruisers can help improve scientific knowledge about the health of our oceans while going sailing.
GETTING INVOLVED IN THE HELICOPTER BOMBARDMENT OF A REMOTE ISLAND… ALL IN THE NAME OF A WAR AGAINST MICE
WHEN SURFING SUPERSTAR JOHN JOHN FLORENCE TOOK HIS GUNBOAT 48 ON A 2,500 MILE CRUISE TO REMOTE PACIFIC ISLANDS HE FOUND A THRIVING ECOSYSTEM THAT MAY GIVE US ALL CAUSE FOR HOPE.TOBY HODGES REPORTS
AFTER AN UNPREDICTABLE MATCH, EMIRATES TEAM NEW ZEALAND DEFENDED THE 36TH AMERICA’S CUP – AND COULD ALREADY BE SHAKING THINGS UP FOR THE 37TH. MATTHEW SHEAHAN REPORTS FROM AUCKLAND
Bumper UK race fleets forecast
A bumper racing season in the UK is being predicted this summer as the easing of restrictions to social gatherings meets pent up appetite for competitive events. The largest is likely to be the Round the Island Race, which takes place on 3 July, followed by Cowes Week and the Rolex Fastnet Race in August, both of which could see boosted fleet numbers.