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Top reviews from India. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Amazing knowledge gaining Life changing. Is actually helpful if you want to start a healthy lifestyle effortlessly.
It explains about the benefits of having local, seasonal nd traditional food with its health benefits. The 12 week fitness project is easy to follow in your everyday life. I started reading this book from yesterday night. I have already reached page.
Like a mega serial.. The writer could have made her point with maximum 50 pages. And she is generalizing the diet for everyone which is wrong. A person who has haemochromatosis iron overload should consume Amla everyday.
Iron can only be reduced in our body by donating blood. Secondly she is talking about having cow milk. What about a person who is lactose intolerant. Third she is telling if we have a date if we want we can overeat anything.
Thats stupid. Easily we become slave of the devil again. Do a check up 2. Consult and doctor 3. Analyze the solution 4. Work on it in your way. Believe in yourself and have faith. It was over all good fitness project, I thought of implying everything at a strech but later I failed so now restarting with week 1 step by step. The only thing which I disliked is the authour bad mentioned most of the things in Hindi which made it difficult to follow.
One person found this helpful. I've read some of Rujuta Diwekar's previous books, but have never heard of the Week Fitness Project which apparently has already become a well-received and successful endeavour of her. I'm glad that at least I came to know about the book which encapsulates the result and findings of that project.
The ideas presented in this book are so simple but effective. Some one-lakh plus people have participated in the week long program and the book narrates their improvement. To sum up the whole wisdom of the book I'd like to say that it has uncomplicated the idea of fitness and living a good life. A must read for fitness enthusiasts and general folks as well. Rujuta Diwekar's books are a treasure trove. Great pointers, perfectly suited for Indian audience - elders and kids.
What I like about her approach to nutrition and health is there are no shortcuts or brand loyalties. Everything one needs for fitness is in our kitchens, houses. The smallest fixes, remedies and so much more. Her mantra "Old is Gold" is so much relevant when it comes to health and nutrition. Farms not malls, fit not thin! See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Simple and practical book. Report abuse.
Very nice book After completing a week self-help guide in another topic creativity , I decided to search for a new week self-help guide. I enjoyed the YouTube videos I saw, and decided the author's works and words would be a good start to inspire change and adherence to new habits.
The advice in the book feels sound, the book has already begun to inspire personal changes to my fitness. I feel the price of the book was well-worth the information and inspiration inside. If I make it to the 12 week mark, I'll update the reviw.
Very interesting book. Everything written in this book is available on web , was expecting more of meal plans. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Connect with Us. I am not affiliated with this challenge or Rujuta Diwekar except that I am doing this challenge too.
I have always planned in the past to do this challenge and even did a few weeks but had to abandon it because life got in the way. That is why we will have to make time for ourselves now.. To sign up for the challenge, click on this link — The week fitness project The above summary is to serve as a quick reference guide for time-crunched folks. I am Anu - former Project Manager, now a full-time blogger.
I love simplifying Indian food recipes without using highly processed ingredients. My goal is to inspire you to cook at home by sharing easy recipes that you can quickly make in your Instant Pot or stovetop. Your email address will not be published. In this FREE email series, I share my meal planning secrets on how to make fresh Indian food without spending hours in the kitchen. Skip to content Note: This post contains affiliate links. Rujuta Diwekar Fitness Project Other than the good fat, it is rich in minerals, amino acids, and vitamins.
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To browse Academia. Stefan Ciubotaru. Andrei Rojas Gajardo. Log in with Facebook Log in with Google. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Need an account? Click here to sign up. Download Free PDF. David El. Related Papers. My brother and I will be going on a 12 week program to achieve two different butcommon goals. I will be seeking to gainsome muscle and my brother will try to leandown by loosing fat. Even better it is programmed for the super busy guy, it only requires you to go to the gym 3x a week.
Thankfully there are some pretty accuratemacro calculators that will help you get ag o o d s t a r t i n g point. A good one is www. I suggest a 10 1 to 15 minute fast walk and two to three initial warm up sets at very light weight for the first exercise and one additional very light weight warm up set for each other exercise. All exercises are to be done with a weight that you can control focusing on the squeeze of the muscle.
Slow and controlled protects your joints and allows for Central 2 Nervous System CNS training that will allow your body to more readily incorporate a larger number of muscle fibers into your lifts asthe weight goes up.
Once you set a weight for an exercise do not change it mid workout. Create a free account to discover what your friends think of this book! Community Reviews. Search review text. Displaying 1 - 30 of 69 reviews. Was a quick read. Agree with many of the things written in her books , do not fully agree with a few.
I particularly don't like the way the author uses Desi language , other than that , no complaints. And I wonder why the testimonial at the end comprised wholly of women. Men too must have joined her 12 week plan? Anyway reading books like this makes me more health conscious.
Arunothia Marappan. Every word of this book made me thank my Amma, Appa and Amichi for all that they have done for me. I still clearly remember how wholesome the meals from my Amichi's hands used to feel as a child. Highly recommend this book to all Indians, so relevant! Vidhya Thakkar. I loved how the author explains various concepts and how she encourages each one of us to make healthy changes. It was like I was talking to a friend.
With a crisp and witty writing style, it's a book that will definitely make you change your diet. With well-detailed information and insights, one can easily connect with the author. I liked how information is provided by the author in an interesting way. It had FAQs, reasons, notes and guidelines that are really helpful. It has reasons too, like why we should switch to a particular food which gives us a better understanding.
With intriguing pictures, charts and facts its a book that one must definitely read. The cherry on the cake is the fitness project for kids too at the end of the book. Overall, it's an interesting read that will help each one of us in making changes in our diet for a healthy life. Once again, I loved the writing style, the way the author expressed, felt like talking to a friend. Vijay Anand Tripathi. Easy, Simplistic, Casual read.
Very Common sensible tips and i would say very practical. To be frank, i am following RD's writing and loved having her advice at one place as quick reference point.
The tips mentioned can be implemented right away in one's lifestyle without too much effort. This books should be read by everyone looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle. The section mentioned for the kids is the bonus especially from parenting point of view. If you are looking for a healthy year ahead, or want to give some one a gift of health this year, this book is the best way to do that.
Get it, gift it and follow it. Sonali Dabade. Author 4 books followers. Not going to give this one a rating because I'm yet to implement her tips and tricks. I plan to follow this project and slowly inculcate it into my life. Will update here with any progress that I make. A pretty nice book concerns on our choice over food, fitness and other healthy matters.
Author who is a nutrition expert has well put the guidelines to follow in 12 steps 12 weeks. Heat and dont microwave Week 12 - Three fats in your daily diet I just highlighted the crux of every week plan.
Really informative one!. Give a try. Pooja Arora. Short, crisp and to the point. Full of knowledgeable facts and suggestions while keeping on view of the Indian janta. Tanveen Bhasin. She always manages to make sense everytime she writes. This is my fourth book of her's and this time too, she is pragmatic as always and easy to adhere to. Shrikant Patil. Easy read. Common sense tips and fairly practical.
Giving three stars instead of five because of 1. Frequent use of mumbai hindi in the book it sounds suitable only when ur speaking, not reading it 2. YouTube link adderess in the book. What can reader do with that? Content is good, could have been written better. Ubaid Talpur. Ashok Krishna. A worthy, practical guide for healthy living. Taking away one star for the usual everyone-except-me-is-an-idiot attitude of the author and her penchant for pushing vernacular words every now and then.
Must read for everybody- very informative and practical. The given instructions are very simple to follow. And much needed book for the everyone to stay healthy. Neha D'souza. The crux of the Book is: Food is nourishment. Resilience is much more important than weight loss. Skinny is not a sure shot way to success.
Success comes in all sizes. Strength, stamina and stability are the core of a workout routine. Not calories. Eat local Listen to your granny. This book neatly encapsulated the 12 week fitness challenge pointers that Rujuta Diwekar has been conducting since As someone who has read all her books, I loved having them in one place for quick reference.
There are actionable tips that one can implement right away in one's lifestyle without too much effort. I am glad to note that I have already most of her pointers. There is a nifty FAQ section after each guideline.
The book is an easy read and must be read by everyone looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Easy and adaptible practices unlike the other weight loss regimes.
This is infact a gradual change to our lifestyle which is healthy. Author 4 books 54 followers. Loved it I am fan of Rujutas books and been following her rules for healthy and fitter me. This book is indeed a good guide for everyone who wants to be healthy again. Luckily I picked up this book in the airport on the day it released and have been hooked to it since. This book is a MUST read if you take your food seriously , the book gives you some tools to work with and plan your meals. Deepti Beke.
For all those who have followed her fitness project,this book is just a quick recap but with few more FAQs which frankly even I had in mind. A quick read. I loved the examples and stories in the book. I give this a 4 star rating and 'Loved it' tag. Loved it because the book gave me great tips on eating right and the right way of eating. This is a good book on how to and what tips you can incorporate in your daily routines to have a long healthy life without diets.
A good read and better than just to find these 12 tips on the internet. Atibhi Agrawal. There's nothing ground breaking about weight loss in this book. Whatever she's written is what wr Indians have been following for centuries. The core of the 12 week program is eat healthy home cooked meals, lead an active lifestyle and work out. Picked this one up on a whim because the premise looked appealing enough and the author seemed to be a renowned nutritionist.
The book's a fairly quick read, actually, and only took me one night, but I'll refrain from rating it right now because I wanna hold that off for the end of the actual experiment. I'll begin on Jan 22, - and update on April 15, About the book itself, I'll begin with what I did like. Rujuta recommends sticking to meals that are nutrient-rich, culturally resonant, ecologically sensitive, and long-term sustainable - away from short-term solutions that one-dimensionally focus on weight loss, calorie cutting, removing certain nutrient groups, and whatnot.
She acknowledges that there will be days you eat stuff you enjoy for the fun of it as well, and that's okay, as long as your daily habits still reflect a healthier trajectory.
This core idea resonating with me is what got me interested in the first place. She says that "the best diet plan is no diet at all" - in the sense that if someone's asking you to follow a diet and your answer to "Can I do this all life? This switches gears from bursts of unsustainable plans to small daily habits that you can ingrain into your lifestyle. I think I'm a little outside this book's target audience though, as a lot of the points seemed to discourage fixating on weight loss which isn't an issue for me , and felt more geared toward Indian women even with specific bits about PMS.
Some of it also felt a little dated with stuff like "Men should also contribute to the household and cooking" which is a no-brainer to me, but ig the consensus still sways the other way. However, the guidelines themselves I found actionable and the points practical. Now onto a couple of qualms. I personally found the writing a little too "desi", with literal Hindi slang liberally thrown in. I do enjoy casual language as well, and I'm glad the author did it her way; but this book gets to the point of Hinglish which works while talking, sure, but not text.
It felt more akin to reading a string of articles from her website than reading a published piece of work. There's literally a point where she leaves you a YouTube link to learn the Surya Namaskar. Yep xD I do think the book could've also been more detailed on the "Why" aspect of doing what the weekly challenges ask you to do.
There were sections for those, and I'm sure the author herself is more knowledgeable about the inner workings than she chose to put into the book, but I would have appreciated a more organized, thorough look at the science behind it all.
Looking forward to following the challenge itself, and updating on my experience soon. Ruchika Luthra. Week 2: Eat Ghee.
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