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Mayank Vaid becomes first Indian to complete Enduroman triathlon: Know what it is

For comparison, Ironman consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride, and a 26.2-mile run (the distance of a marathon) which rounds up 140.6 miles, which is less than half of Enduroman.

VIDEO: Virat Kohli shows how to perfect the 'snatch'; gives major fitness inspiration

Kohli, who is currently playing a series against West Indies, seems to be in top form. Fit and fabulous, the 29-year-old has often confessed that his consist performance on the field is a result of his dedication and determination to his fitness regime.

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I don't follow fitness advice on Google, sometimes they scare you: Rohit Shetty

Rohit Shetty, who is best known for his trademark car-toppling action scenes in films like Chennai Express and Singham, mentioned that "there is no action without fitness".

From weight loss to controlling blood sugar: Know the several benefits of moringa tea

Due to its antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties, moringa extract helps combat infections caused by Salmonella, Rhizopus, E. coli among others.

Working out at home as effective as gymming: Study

For the study, 32 obese people completed a 12-week exercise programme. A range of health markers were measured in these participants, including body composition, cardiovascular disease risk and the ability to regulate glucose.

Both mental and physical fitness essential to climb Everest: Aditya Gupta who scaled Everest at 50

After nine months of rigorous training, Aditya Gupta scaled the Everest in May this year.

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We’re aesthetically driven to have six-pack abs, this mindset is unhealthy: Saiyami Kher

Saiyami Kher believes real fitness lies in having a strong core. "I like it when people accept their own bodies and try to better themselves each day," she says.

Fitness trends that were a huge hit in 2018

This year saw the rise of the Pilates and TRX, plogging too gained momentum. With the year coming to an end, we bring you the most popular fitness trends of 2018.

Exercising daily can keep your muscles young

The study, as reported in The New York Times, has stated that old people, who have been involved in physical activities, enjoy better aerobic capacities than their counterparts. 

Midlife fitness may boost your heart health

A new study states that people with high fitness during their middle age are less likely to develop or die from heart diseases later in their lives. The effect of low fitness is real on heart diseases as well as depression.

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5 ways to shape up your belly

If you have some tires on your belly, get rid of them by making a few changes in your diet and lifestyle, says an expert.

9 easy and painless ways to make fitness a habit

A new fitness regimen seems intimidating. But take baby steps towards fitness and ease into the lifestyle.

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Alleviate your lower back pain with Pilates

This guide shows you how to alleviate back pain with 3 simple exercises.

Get fit before Christmas: Follow these 9 tips

From taking a walk every 20 minutes to skipping for ten minutes daily are some practices that can be followed to ensure a perfect look for the Christmas season. (Text: IANS)

Get a celebrity's body: Follow these five tips

Fitness trainer Romana Braganza, who worked with celebrities such as Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Eva Mendes and Anne Hathaway, says one should follow five tips to get a perfect body, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

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Bizarre fitness test for police constables in Uttarakhand

Rudrapur, Jan 27 (ANI): A bizarre fitness drill for cops was conducted by Senior Superintendent of Police in Udham Singh Nagar district. During the drill, overweight constables were summoned to the police lines and the SSP was made to go through some physical tests. The 'overweight' police constable had to carry seniors on their backs for long distances. According to sources, some of the policemen, who are overweight, have been advised to shift to armed police and reduce their weight.

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