Gul Panag doesn’t see fitness as a burden
My fitness mantra is adaptability. Whether I am travelling or whether it is raining or anything, I need to do intense physical activity for 45 every day. So I adapt my fitness plan accordingly.
I run a lot as it is the easiest way to stay fit. I also do yoga, play tennis, swim and cycle through the week.
Fitness is a commitment. It is a lifestyle choice that I adapt to according to the situation. On a day of a good weather, I choose running, cycling, tennis, etc. For rainy days, there are indoor
activities like squash, yoga or strength training in the gym.
Prioritise your health and make time for it. Don't see fitness as a burden. Take care of your body if you want it to last and compliment you as long as you live.
I follow a diet plan that includes tea and nuts for breakfast. I have two eggs with yolk, oats or home-made muesli, a cube of cheese. Lunch consists of dal or meat, vegetables, a handful of rice or a chapati. I snack on tea or coffee and nuts, and dinner is same as lunch. I stay away from refined sugars and fried food. Image Source: Getty
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