WHEN THE GO­ING GETS TOUGH

Hindustan Times - Brunch - - Fitness Special -

Both Che­ung and Goila swear that all it takes is the first step. “Say­ing you don’t have time is not a thing any­more. Look at your

sched­ule and see how much time is spent on your phone, so­cial me­dia, etc. Whereas you take just 10-15 min­utes to work out. And think: do you need to eat that bag

“Sim­ple de­pri­va­tion doesn’t work. To be fit, you have to get your mind ad­justed to the fact that you want to change your habits!” —Saransh Goila

of chips? If you slowly adapt, it is much eas­ier,” rec­om­mends Che­ung. Goila ad­mits he gains weight very eas­ily and it is a daily chal­lenge for him to stay fit. “Now that I am in my 30s, it does take more time. But I won’t give up.”

MILES TO GO

Af­ter three years of CrossFit and free­hand ex­er­cises, Che­ung feels there is still a long way to go. “But this is not about looks or six pack abs. This is about feel­ing and be­ing healthy,” he says. If he needed val­i­da­tion for his fit­ness de­ci­sion, a ma­jor sports ap­parel brand signed him on as an in­flu­encer re­cently. “Who would have thought

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