Smash your fitness goals
The Morning Standard|January 01, 2022
THE start of each new year is often accompanied with resolutions. From being mindful to focusing on fitness, the promises one makes for self-improvement are aplenty. However, “No New Year resolution lasts more than three months,” mentions Gagan Arora, celebrity trainer, lifestyle coach, and founder of Kosmic Fitness.
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How does one lead a healthy and disciplined lifestyle in such a scenario? Three fitness experts from Delhi weigh in on the best ways to start and stick with a fitness routine.

Love thy practice

“Most gym enrollments do not work because people usually want to do too much, too soon,” says Arora. It is better to start small and try out a few regimens to understand what works best for you. “Everyone is different. It is very important to understand the lifestyle of a person before stressing on exercise,” he adds. Thus, the best way to stay fit and active is to always practise a routine one enjoys. Vesna Pericevic Jacob, a physiotherapist, Pilates teacher, and holistic fitness guru—originally from Bosnia, she has been living in Delhi for the past 17 years—mentions, “Fitness has to do with discipline. Finding what regimen works for you ensures longevity of practice.”

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