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ANUJ TYAGI

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  • Amit Tyagi

    This may sound cliche coming from a brother but believe me if you are looking for genuine guidance w.r.t. your fitness goals then Anuj Tyagi is the right person for you. He is extremely focused when it comes to his client's transformations. For Anuj, it is not only about getting slim/shredding weight or bulking up those heavy muscles. He believes in total fitness. He will prepare your training and diet plan as per your goals. And if you follow his prescribed regime then I am sure you will be healthier. ..

  • Gagan kaur

    I was very hesitant to hire a personal trainer, but after a few workouts I knew I was ready to commit. Workouts with my SixPackTummy trainerAnuj are never boring, and there are always new exciting exercises. It has only been three months now and I am in better shape than I have ever been, and I consistently have more energy. I have lost weight, gained muscle, and increased my endurance. I have also been able to increase my flexibility and improve my balance. Anuj is excellent at providing a full body workout, and at explaining the benefits of each exercise. ..

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    Should I Exercise during Pregnancy

    Exercise during pregnancy provides numerous benefits to both expectant mothers and their Fetuses. For the mothers, exercise improves fitness, prevents urinary incontinence and back pain, and lessens swelling and constipation. It improves energy, mood and sleep; promotes muscle strength and endurance; helps to prevent risk of gestational diabetes and promotes a faster labor. Furthermore, women who are more active during pregnancy are more likely to continue their commitment to physical activity once their child is born. Infants of exercising mothers tolerate the stress of labor better and are more alert and are less irritable immediately after delivery. Exercise is not associated with decreased birth weight or preterm delivery.