High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is one of the best ways to build strength and endurance. It works on core functional exercises, which are performed with great intensity with very small intervals of rest in between different exercises and sets. I have been doing weight training for a while and tried various techniques to build strength and endurance. I spoke with Rajesh, a top HIIT, strength and fitness trainer at RAAW gym in Pune. Rajesh recently won the Lift For India (an event dedicated to families of victims of Pulwama terror attack) held at Recomp gym. I had also participated in the competition and posted my videos here. Rajesh is known for strength, endurance and power. His best one rep in Squats is 200 kg i.e. 440 lbs.
Rajesh has won numerous fitness events at the national and state level and is a promising power lifter. He was kind enough to share time with me and recommended a few exercises for strengthening core and endurance. I prefer to record my videos impromptu for on the road feel. Thankful to RAAW management for their support in shooting the video and deeply grateful to Rajesh. I would be soon releasing my video as well. Its time to put a video face to the blog. Lot more exclusive work is coming soon. If you like the video, please subscribe to the You Tube channel.
Recently uploaded a video of my interview with Tinkesh on Twitter. I met Tinkesh at a gym in Pune and got impressed by his calm demeanor and true grit. In spite of adversity, he followed his childhood dream to become a fitness trainer through sheer determination. Tinkesh was electrocuted when he was a kid and lost both his legs and one arm. Over the course of his life, people helped him in his endeavor. A nonprofit, Aditya Mehta Foundation, sponsored his prosthesis for both limbs and Tinkesh successfully ran 10K and 5K long distance runs with Maj D. P. Singh “the Blade Runner” from India. Tinkesh follows a strict diet and strength training regime to keep fit. I spoke with him at my house in Pune, India.
Reloading videos on my new YouTube channel so great if you would like to subscribe to the channel. Leave you with one of the best videos I ever shot at Pittsburgh music festival. A superlative visual and artistic spectacle. This week is the month of recap. Going forward will post a few videos which were part of my articles earlier. Also, plan to write an article on equity and debt markets in my signature style.
For debt, we will talk about the concept of duration since it’s going to part of the article. The world today as we know is loaded with debt. And are US equities akin to a toast with butter at both sides taking words of James Bevan, an asset manager from Europe? We will have to wait and watch as Master Nish unravels the mystery.
Reloading videos on my new YouTube channel so great if you would like to subscribe to the channel. Leave you with one of the best videos I ever shot at Pittsburgh music festival. A superlative visual and artistic spectacle.
One of the best documentaries for science aficionados, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey is much more than an enriching take on our Universe. Narrated by one the best-known scientist of our times, Neil deGrasse Tyson, it delves into many science topics apart from our Cosmos. I loved the Newton episode. Plan to watch it again. It’s hard to write a review of Cosmos, looking at the breath of topics this documentary covers. Its simply priceless…
Coming Up a surprise special edition followed up by an article on the greatness of the United States of America.
The Lego Foundation is a new addition on my twitter handle. The Lego Group is synonymous for toys for children and is one of the foremost brands in the world. Headquartered in Denmark, The Lego Group defines the holistic Christian foundations of the country spreading joy, creativity and positive well-being among all. It is one of the quintessential companies to work on my list of the best companies to work in the world. So what are you waiting for, please apply for jobs at The Lego Group…I need to watch the Lego Batman movie sometime soon. Have a good night…