Sunday, December 29, 2013
Another absolutely fantastic year of dancing, fitness and fun comes to an end! And we closed the year with a rocking Bollywood Dance Show! From all of us at BOLLYFIT, we wish you all a very Happy New Year and we look forward to seeing you all in 2014 with our new Bollyfit and Bollywood dance moves! Keep dancing and Rock on!!!! Cheers!
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
DHOOM 3! Excellent and crisp dancing styles and techniques - so a 'must see' for all my dancer and choreographer fraternity colleagues! and ofcourse, the BOLLYFIT numbers for the fortnight are 'Dhoom Machale Dhoom', 'Kamli' & 'Malang' from DHOOM 3! Keep dancing! Cheers from BOLLYFIT!
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Here are some simple and yet fun tips to tone your muscles and to get the right ‘muscle definition’ look:
Swim for a Strong Upper Body
Swimming laps is very good and effective for toning your upper body. Pulling against the water provides resistance for your arms. Doing freestyle, back stroke, or butterfly uses the deltoid in your shoulders and pectoral muscles in your chest.
Pedal for Fit LegsBiking is great for your leg muscles: quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves. You can make the workout more intense by using toe clips, which let you pull the pedal up, as well as push it down, which gives you some extra resistance. Or challenge yourself on a stationary bike by adjusting the resistance.
Run for Your Whole BodyLike biking, running and jogging are good for your calves and thighs. Because they're weight-bearing exercises, they strengthen bones to also help protect against osteoporosis. They are high-impact activities, so they may be jarring on your joints. So start off slow, especially if you're overweight. It's fine to switch between walking and jogging too. That's easier on your joints, and varying your pace (interval training) is a good challenge.
Walk for Your JointsWalking is the kinder, gentler cousin of running and jogging. It gives you many of the same benefits, including building strength in the leg muscles and stronger bones. At the same time, it puts less stress on your joints. If your ultimate goal is to run a mile, walking is definitely a good start.
Pilates and Yoga for Core StrengthThese popular total-body workouts help you strengthen your ‘core,’ the area through your back and abdomen. .These muscles are needed for many activities. Some yoga poses and stretches can also benefit your calves and other leg muscles.
Bowling for ArmsBowling can make you stronger. Many bowlers see their forearm muscles develop; bowling balls weigh up to 16 pounds. It can also work your shoulder and leg muscles.
Tone Up Your Arms With TennisSlamming or lobbing a ball over a net works your arms. The ‘forehand swing’ is very effective to tone your chest muscles, and your ‘backhand swing’ for your shoulders. Tennis has another advantage: It's aerobic, so you can burn lots of calories along with the fat!
Team Sports for Legs
Soccer keeps you moving and is great for your gluteus muscles and for your legs. You get stronger to sprint and to kick. Basketball also builds your strength and speed, plus your shoulders benefit when you shoot hoops!
Mix It Up on the Elliptical TrainerBy fusing the motions of stair climbing and cross-country skiing, the popular elliptical trainer gives your thigh and gluteus (butt) muscles a rock-solid workout. Hold on to the push-pull resistance handles and you'll also strengthen your upper body, including your back and arms. The gliding motion is much easier on your joints than running even while it burns fat. Best of all, you can do it inside, rain or shine!
Dance for Core, Hips, and LegsMost types of dancing strengthen your core and hips. From ballet to belly dancing, waltz to disco, any type of dance you enjoy and do regularly and vigorously, is a good choice to keep you fit .
Thursday, December 12, 2013
BOLLYWOOD DANCING AT HAATHI BASTI VILLAGE! At the Christmas Party organized for the poor children by Samarpan! Interacting and dancing with these lovely kids and seeing their smiles was a very fulfilling and fantastic experience!
BOLLYWOOD DANCING AT HAATHI BASTI VILLAGE! Teaching these kids was a beautiful experience - fantastic dancers with the greatest pick up made it even more fun!
BOLLYWOOD DANCING AT HAATHI BASTI VILLAGE! Full on BOLLYWOOD DANCE Masti! Great Talent and Energy!!!
BOLLYWOOD DANCING AT HAATHI BASTI VILLAGE! In the first shot, one of the boys showing me as he said "His Yo Yo Honey Singh moves"!!!
BOLLYWOOD DANCING AT HAATHI BASTI VILLAGE! One of my nicest BOLLYWOOD DANCE experiences! GOD BLESS THE KIDS!
Thursday, December 5, 2013
And the top 3 BOLLYFIT numbers of the fortnight are definitely the fabulous remixes of: 1) Tamanche Pe Disco (Bulett Raja) 2) Chingam Chabake (Gori Tere Pyaar Mein and 3 ) Raghupati Raghav Rajaram (Krrish 3). Keep rocking!!! Cheers from BOLLYFIT!
Saturday, November 30, 2013
BOLLYFIT Question of the Day! 'Should I exercise if my muscles are sore, or should I rest? Definitely rest. Give yourself 2-3 days rest. Eat a small quantity of lean protein and a larger quantity of low-glycemic index carbs. Amino acids from lean protein will aid in rebuilding the damaged muscle, and the healthy carbs (like Brown rice, whole grain breads), will give your muscles glycogen, the best way to repair sore muscles. KEEP FIT!
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Saturday, November 23, 2013
Reema Sarin, Actor, Model, Emcee, Dancer, as well as the Founder of the BOLLYFIT company, held the capital city's first BOLLYWOOD BASH, where she performed live on stage to some of the latest Bollywood numbers, including 'Diliwali Girlfriend' for all the Diliwalas, as well as to the title song of 'Grand Masti'. The party rocked all night long to live Bollywood singing and to the DJ's tunes. Click on the link below to see the photographs:
Sunday, November 3, 2013
Friday, November 1, 2013
Thursday, October 24, 2013
I recently had the opportunity to go back to my favorite state 'Rajasthan', and this time to the pretty town of Alwar, very green, surrounded by the lovely Aravali hills, it has some very interesting historic sites! My first stop was the
Below the scarred battlements of the fort, at the base of the hill across which it sprawls, is the City Palace with its spacious apartments. This now houses a museum within it with its collection of royal memorabilia. An exquisite pond called Sagar is situated behind the City Palace.
The famous ‘Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri’, a chhatri built in memory of Moosi Rani, wife of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh, is magnificent. It took nine years (1804 A.D. to 1813 A.D.) to complete the construction of the monument and tank.
And last but not the least, I got lucky seeing a baby 'Barasingha' who happened to troll down the hills to visit the tank for a drink of water!