Sunil Shetty is the fitness mantra
Sunil Shetty reiterated that exercise is not the same as six-pack abs or a flat stomach or controlling weight. It’s about being in a bigger place mentally, he added.
What is his focus now at the age of 62?
What the pandemic has taught us all
He says Covid has taught us to take care of ourselves, our family members and others. Fitness is not negotiable, it is not nice to be fit, it is important and necessary to be fit. We owe it not only to ourselves but also to the family, Shetty added.
He reminds us what has helped us survive against Covid, especially in India where yoga, Ayurveda and family values prevail.
Be it jogging, walking, running, cycling, one should be active, he says. Even at work, don’t always stay at your desk or laptop, get up and be active.
Be an inspiration to people and be accountable to no one but yourself. If you are healthy, it means you are rich.
I often get asked about my fitness. People are usually looking for a secret sauce or a magic solution. Unfortunately, nothing.
The good thing is that fitness is actually a lot simpler than it makes it out to be. With information overload, we complicate things.
The great thing is that once you figure out the why part, the how part becomes much simpler.
Through this video I will make a few points that will address the why part.
– What is exercise and why is it so important to me?
– How exercise has helped me in my entrepreneurial journey
– Why I still prioritize fitness at 62
– Why you should pay attention to your health
– How to stay fit and healthy to help you on your professional journey
Following a pandemic that changed the world as we know it – we owe it to our families and to ourselves.
Being fit and healthy can have a very positive impact on your life, professionally, which is just a bonus.
Remember – focus on why you want to do it, and how it will look.
Wishing everyone a healthy, happy and high-impact life
Disclaimer: The tips and recommendations mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be considered as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or dietitian before starting any exercise program or making any changes to your diet.