Start small, build up slowly and celebrate your milestones. Such is the advice of fitness enthusiasts Amaresh Ojha and Subhra Moitra to those hoping to embark on a new workout journey. While many individuals start to exercise with good intentions, they drop off soon after, claiming a lack of time or the motivation to continue. In this enlightening book, the authors discuss the science behind exercise and its effects on your physical, physiological and mental health. They offer clear, manageable steps on how to change your workout from a “sometimes” activity to one you don’t want to miss.
About the Authors
Amaresh Ojha is the founder and CEO of Gympik, India’s leading fitness technology platform. Subhra Moitra is a fitness and wellness writer and content developer for Gympik.
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