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When a woman identifies herself as a survivor she’s putting a target for further abuse on her head. “I’m a survivor.” Of what? Then she is identified with the wound over and over and over and over and over. That is her identity.

Dr Christiane Northrup (Obstetrician and Gynecologist)

A lot of athletes will say that they are very lucky to find a coach, but I will instead say that Virat Kohli is an exceptional person, so I was very lucky to have an athlete like him. He is extremely professional. My association with him dates back to eight years through IPL. He has always been a great athlete and it is a treat to work with him. 

Basu Shanker (Fitness Trainer)

There are lots of players in the Indian team who are in pursuit of excellence and Virat is the front-runner. He is just the tip of the iceberg, there are lots more to come.

Basu Shanker (Fitness Trainer)

Kohli is a total professional cricketer right from the way he eats and trains to the way he takes care of his body. I have seen him and his transition from the U-19 level and he has taken fitness to another level. I have always told him that Novak Djokovic should be his target. Now, I feel that Djokovic should be targeting Kohli, he definitely has some catching-up to do

Basu Shanker (Fitness Trainer)

T20 cricket is all about power, speed and agility. Our style is different, as we make use of interesting equipment and keep our training specific.

Basu Shanker (Fitness Trainer)

With Aamir, we worked on opposing muscle groups like biceps and triceps and quadriceps and hamstrings each day and obliterated it

Satyajit Chaurasia (Fitness Trainer)

Strength training boosts power and that is why athletes hit better, explode off the blocks. Apart from improving performance over time, it also prevents breakdowns.

Basu Shanker (Fitness Trainer)

I made sure Aamir spent at least about two hours just on arms. We’d do an hour-long cardio and an hour on core or abs. So on any give day, we’d spend about four hours at the gym

Satyajit Chaurasia (Fitness Trainer)

At a party, I may indulge a bit in fried food, like a samosa. I also eat butter chicken, mutton, biryani or other dishes with curry.

Satyajit Chaurasia (Fitness Trainer)

I find it very easy to exercise on assignments because I am with actors on their shoots. When they train, I train with them.

Satyajit Chaurasia (Fitness Trainer)

Getting fit isn't difficult, especially if you are not training to compete in a body building contest. Most people falter with diet and consistency. A little discipline is all it takes and your body will do all the work for you

Satyajit Chaurasia (Fitness Trainer)

You will have to start off by exercising five to six days a week. Don't exert yourself but try doing all the exercises, with as many repetitions as you can.

Satyajit Chaurasia (Fitness Trainer)

I started cooking my own food, and shed excess weight in months. I then worked in local gyms as a trainer and learnt the tricks of the trade.

Alkhas Joseph (Fitness Trainer)

I started working with him (Suriya) from Vaaranam Aayiram. He had just finished shooting for the role of a student, a part for which he had lost 10 kg. Now, he had to bulk up for the role of an Army officer and we had three-four months in which to achieve this

Alkhas Joseph (Fitness Trainer)

I honestly believe that after steroids, junk food is the worst evil for men. A pampered child, my burger and cola habits got me to a hulkish 80 kg by 11th standard in 1999.

Alkhas Joseph (Fitness Trainer)

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