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With and people realizing the need to exercise gyms are cropping up at every nook and corner roads are occupied by recreational runners and yoga schools have an enviable waiting list but along with this has grown the number of injuries and disillusionment at not getting 'results' This leads to fads It's the exact same place 'diet' was five years ago when Rujuta wrote her first book Don't Lose Your Mind Lose Your Weight The basic problem is the complete lack of understanding about exercise how it works and how to make it work for youThrough this book Rujuta tackles pretty much every myth and fad to do with exercise demystifies exercise for everyone and presents it as not a brainless activity but a science which has the potential to combat all lifestyle disorders including diabetes and obesity way better than any drug Strength training Cardio and Yoga get a detailed chapter each along with their pre and post workout meals an often neglected but crucial aspectSo whether you are a beginner or want to take your workouts to the next level the sample training schedules and real life workout examples with analysis and modifications will bridge the gap between knowing and doing and ensure that you are in a position to start andor progress with a sensible doable and a wholesome exercise plan


10 thoughts on “Dont Lose Out Work Out

  1. says:

    Alright It took me great deal and time to complete this book but all of it has been worth the effort Being an amateur gymmer a term coined by Rujuta in the book I would never have come to know this much about my body or the way I should work out in my entire lifetime keeping in view the interest my instructor shows in training me So this book is very informative and if you could put this to good use by following what's being said I guarantee you would never feel the need of a personal instructor ever This lady knows uite a lot and I am happy I could grasp at least 10% of what she could share Lastly the language she has used in the book makes me wonder if she is the lady Munna Bhai Anyway considering how tough it is to make a layman understand ABC of his body I am happy she has done great justice to the content Overall a nice informative read


  2. says:

    I'm giving this book three stars because the wisdom contained in it is a perfect wake up call to Indians to do what very few of them do exercise correctly Correctly being the keyword Diwekar covers basic concepts in collouial language to get across the importance of strength training cardio and yoga by explaining energy systems and how they affect the muscles and hence weight and body composition She also has a section about meal planning for each category helping the readers understand the importance that food plays in a healthy lifestyle Concise and correct this would have been a refreshing read except forThe language She tries hard to cater to the general populace in collouial English interspersed with a generous amount of Hindi and in the process two things happen One it is hard to take her seriously example the word cribbing is used incorrectly like most Indians do and bitching and abbreviations like btw seems to be ok in a book Two Hindi words written in English are hilarious if they have a corresponding English meaning that pops to mind first example everyone wants to die haste haste and matlab I'll let you figure these ones out In the process of trying to reach out to the average Indian Diwekar forgets one important fact not all Indians understand Hindi By being bilingual I'm just saddened that this pretty nifty book won't reach a large southern Indian population


  3. says:

    This book may targeted for women ; but it is eually good for a person who is serious about fitness The narration is little extra straightforward and humorous punches but to the point sometimes author went off the track deliberately to reduce boredom in scientific jargon The focus is given on weight and strength training and why only cardio exercise is not effective in improvement of overall health and fight diseases we Indians are not much aware about breakup of nutrientsits chemical structure and how they are absorbed and converted into cell structures Western countries are spending millions on researchThey define their daily nutrient intake and catogorise each food items with percentage of nutrients against daily recommendations This help to make combination of food By increased awareness we may follow the path soon Understanding this difficulty author has given plenty of simple Indian food and its portion we should consume dailyYou can omit some pages where technical things are described and jump to topics you find interesting A good motivation book for fitness


  4. says:

    If you can manage to tolerate the cringeworthy writing style of the author there is some really valuable information in some sections of the book If you pick the useful parts from the book and remove all the useless rants and all the useful info in the book can be reduced to a blog post But the useful info is really useful Explanation of all the energy systems of the body what fuels can our body use and in what situations importance of strength training etc So if you enjoy Rujuta Diwekar's writing style you will love this book And if you hate the writing style but manage to read it you will gain some valuable knowledge that can help you raise your fitness level So I would recommend this book but it could have been so much better if the author had focussed on educating the audience and less on being arrogant and condescending towards all the professionals like doctors trainers nutritionists and amateur runners cyclists and all those people who take up a sport as a hobby but are not elites


  5. says:

    There are some very valid criticisms of this book an undisguised snobbery a general targeting of the wealthy and elite etc But it gets 5 stars from me because RD is committed to everyone's good health her advice is sensible and apart from the expensive personal trainers doable by everyone and she knows her science There's a lot of very useful stuff in here about structuring workouts and food habits I'm going to refer to this book everytime my motivation to workout flags


  6. says:

    This book suffers from the problem that if you have only five lines worth telling and you want to tell it in that in than two hundreds pages it is not going to be fun for a reader The good part is the optimism the author radiates and the scary picture of not leading a healthy lifestyle is presented very lucidly When I was reading it I wondered how come I am still alive?


  7. says:

    In recent times I had stopped thinking about the importance of exercise this book has changed that it's not just your diet but how you keep your body fit that leads to complete health A Very good read


  8. says:

    You realize that all you know about exercise and nutrition is from the sources that cannot be trusted There is so much information that it becomes terribly hard to figure out the facts Rujuta debunks all the myths in a humorous way and presents all that you need to know


  9. says:

    Good for understanding of fitness It is fun reading Awsome work


  10. says:

    It was a very helpful book Now I know how I should exercise smartly