Get Fit!

    • Team NIE
    • Publish Date: Jul 1 2016 11:18AM
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    • Updated Date: Jul 30 2016 5:00PM
Get Fit!

Times NIE students tell us their fitness goals and how they keep fit. 

Tanya Singh, class XI, Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh          

My fitness goal is to stay in shape. I like going out for walks and running, which is one of the best ways to keep in shape. I don’t like exercising a lot, but then often I recall Muhammad Ali when he said, “I hated every minute of training, but I said, don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.” This gives me the right amount of motivation to work towards my goals. 


Rhea Mane, class VIII, Pawar Public School Bhandu, Mumbai 


My fitness goal this year is to eat healthy and do long distance running. I train in badminton and since I am playing in the District and State levels, I have additional fitness training. Running has helped boost my stamina.

Sarthak Rao, class X, DAV Public School, Airoli, Navi Mumbai


My fitness goal is to gain weight although I worry about getting a paunch. My current weight is much lower than what it should be for my height though. I eat healthy food at right times. Badminton is a great fitness exercise for me.  

Devang Sadhwani, class XII, Rachana School, Ahmedabad 


My goal is to be able to last for the duration of an entire football match. I work out with lots of exercise to improve my stamina.

Dhwanit Singh, class XII , Rachana School,  Ahmedabad 


I have to work towards increasing my stamina. I go for a run in the morning and then play football in the evening. I also eat healthy food prepared at home.



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