Don't Lose Out, Work Out!

Don t Lose Out Work Out With and people realizing the need to exercise gyms are cropping up at every nook and corner roads are occupied by recreational runners and yoga schools have an enviable waiting list but along with

  • Title: Don't Lose Out, Work Out!
  • Author: Rujuta Diwekar
  • ISBN: 9789383260959
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • With and people realizing the need to exercise, gyms are cropping up at every nook and corner, roads are occupied by recreational runners and yoga schools have an enviable waiting list, but along with this has grown the number of injuries and disillusionment at not getting results This leads to fads It s the exact same place diet was five years ago when RujWith and people realizing the need to exercise, gyms are cropping up at every nook and corner, roads are occupied by recreational runners and yoga schools have an enviable waiting list, but along with this has grown the number of injuries and disillusionment at not getting results This leads to fads It s the exact same place diet was five years ago when Rujuta wrote her first book Don t Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight The basic problem is the complete lack of understanding about exercise, how it works and how to make it work for you.Through this book, Rujuta tackles pretty much every myth and fad to do with exercise, demystifies exercise for everyone and presents it as not a brainless activity but a science which has the potential to combat all lifestyle disorders including diabetes and obesity, way better than any drug Strength training, Cardio and Yoga get a detailed chapter each along with their pre and post workout meals, an often neglected but crucial aspect.So whether you are a beginner or want to take your workouts to the next level, the sample training schedules and real life workout examples with analysis and modifications will bridge the gap between knowing and doing and ensure that you are in a position to start and or progress with a sensible, doable and a wholesome exercise plan.

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    1. Alright! It took me great deal and time to complete this book, but all of it has been worth the effort. Being an amateur "gymmer" (a term coined by Rujuta in the book), I would never have come to know this much about my body or the way I should work out in my entire lifetime, keeping in view the interest my instructor shows in training me. :)So, this book is very informative and if you could put this to good use by following what's being said, I guarantee you would never feel the need of a perso [...]

    2. There are some very valid criticisms of this book - an undisguised snobbery, a general targeting of the wealthy and elite, etc. But it gets 5 stars from me because RD is committed to everyone's good health, her advice is sensible and (apart from the expensive personal trainers) doable by everyone, and she knows her science. There's a lot of very useful stuff in here about structuring workouts and food habits. I'm going to refer to this book everytime my motivation to workout flags.

    3. In recent times I had stopped thinking about the importance of exercise, this book has changed that. it's not just your diet but how you keep your body fit that leads to complete health. A Very good read.

    4. I think I am one of the fews who have rated this book poorly. I loved Rujuta's earlier books especially, "Dont lose your mind, lose your weight". But she is increasing becoming patronizing in her approach of book writing. Extremely ridiculing way of myth busting, constant use of Bambaiyya Hindi in belittling others, relentless hammering or preaching - it got on nerves this time. It was no fun reading constant ridicule of anything or anyone who may have different ways or opinions on exercise. E.g [...]

    5. I'm giving this book three stars because the wisdom contained in it is a perfect wake up call to Indians to do what very few of them do - exercise correctly. Correctly being the keyword. Diwekar covers basic concepts in colloquial language to get across the importance of strength training, cardio and yoga by explaining energy systems and how they affect the muscles and hence weight and body composition. She also has a section about meal planning for each category, helping the readers understand [...]

    6. This book may targeted for women ; but it is equally good for a person who is serious about fitness . The narration is little extra straightforward and humorous punches but to the point. sometimes author went off the track deliberately to reduce boredom in scientific jargon. The focus is given on weight and strength training and why only cardio exercise is not effective in improvement of overall health and fight diseases.we Indians are not much aware about breakup of nutrients,its chemical struc [...]

    7. A good technical book with detailed explanation about almost everything you need to know about workout and things related to it!For layman also, there are things explained in very simple and detailed manner. Even the technical and scientific stuff are also described in detail, for those who wants to know the science behind workout.Also my favourite is the myth buster section, here she selects myths around working out and tries to explain how they would have come to widespread and what is wrong w [...]

    8. With everything in life, including fitness, walk the 'madhayama marg', the golden path according to the Buddha, one that challenges but not exhausts.I had started "Don't lose your mind, lose your weight" long ago but didn't finish it for some reason. So, I was determined to finish this one, and it was an easy task, and I'm glad I read it. Rujuta talks about exercise science and works hard to bust some fitness myths. She knows what she's talking and has facts to back her up. Look after yourself a [...]

    9. Must read for those who are looking forward to do something for fitness. The book is mainly targeted towards regular people who looks forward for overall fitness and not for building body (bulking). There are tables with workout routines with details for any beginner to start with. I personally feel that it is worth it. Note.: But Rajuta's first book, don't lose your mind, lose your weight still remains a better book, and this book won't be able to give you the impact you need if you haven't rea [...]

    10. Being a fan of her previous book Don't lose your mind, lose your weight and her approach and affinity towards local foods I started reading this book. This book definitely demystifies a lot of myths followed in the fitness arena. Debunking myths in terms of fitness for a common man is essential as of now. In this book, Rujuta has taken great effort in explaining the technical terms to the common man. If you are an enthusiast who wants to take fitness regime and kinda overwhelmed by the excess of [...]

    11. This book is recommended to all exercise enthusiasts. 1. It gives a very good overview of Strength and Cardio training2. How our body responds to these two trainings modes3. How can we plan our weekly workouts using these two different modes of exercise4. What needs to be done pre and post exercise to make it effective4. What are common myths and should be avoidedAfter reading this book, I realized that it is important not to just exercise but to exercise smartly. One thing I don't like about th [...]

    12. Unlike her previous book, this one as one other reviewer puts it is patronising. Constant put downs get a little annoying after a while. There is good info no doubt about it but she is rigid in her suggestions which offer no room for variation. For example when talking about strength training, she wants you to go to the gym and technically should hire a trainer who takes more than 4.5k. Well not everyone can afford it. Other options of strength training for non-gym people is walking on inclines, [...]

    13. An essential for everyone ! She explains the whole science of workout in a pretty simple and understandable way. A must read for anyone who doesn't believe in strength training and for those who do, it'll help you correct a lot of things. Helped me understanding a lot of failure/success that I had in my life while pursuing fitness.The best part is providing detailed instructions so that you can get started ASAP and summary at the end of each chapter because it's a LOT of info to digest at once.

    14. A complete guide on how energy system(metabolism) works and what type of training a person should do to achieve his own level of strength dream.How food system work and what kind of food suitable to have an increasing fitness goal.How aerobic(cardio) and anaerobic(strength training) effects our body.

    15. Book on exerciseIt's very informative. Rujuta has covered the exercise challenges and given very practical solutions on various exercises. It's a good start for the beginners and for the people who are exercising for long and not seeing any results because of the unknown mistakes. Thanks Rujuta

    16. A must read for the new to gym people like me, luckily read this when i was in dilemma of yoga or gymRujuta explains superb what, how and when to opt forA book which i will give to my parents even who assume that say no to gym is the best thing.

    17. Changed my mind setRujuta madam you changed my concepts of diet and work out all together , though I m an orthopaedic surgeon , I never knew what exactly should anyone lose weight

    18. Good but too much infoIt gives scientific explanation on many aspects. But so much information that it becomes overwhelming Probably a summary of key points would make it perfect

    19. bestbookone of the best book i read on fitness,i am gonna follow it for sure.love rujut's style also simple and straight

    20. Breaking exercise myths. Love it! As usual Rujuta presents another book which breaks your myths about exercise and makes you want to workout the right way.

    21. A very good book. Rujuta explains the chemistry and biology of our body and it's connection to the ways we should ideally work out! Read it to have a healthy life and not to just lose weight.

    22. Great and practical adviseAmazing book to understand how to effectively excercise for a healthy life. Good writing style to convey things clearly for everyone to understand

    23. I'll try the recommended procedures the true rating of the book lies in my success in following the author's suggestions

    24. Right exercise mattersExplains the right exercise and diet for a healthy living.Also explains some of the myths about the exercises and how it can harm our health.

    25. Amazingly InformativeHighly Educational, Deeply Insightful BookI Was blown away , i must admitl the wayThe way Rujuta has peeled away the layers and layers of prevailing nutritional & exercise myths/fads in our society that are very far from the truth, revealing the beautiful science behind is really worth a standing ovation,in my opinion.With a deep understanding of the human physiology and kinesiology , the holistic approach suggested by the author , offering insightful,sound scientific ba [...]

    26. One line for the book: An eye-opener for people who spend hours together in the gym without making any progress.About the book: The book conveys a very important message: “Don’t work hard, work smart” applies to exercise as well.What I love about the book: The way Rujuta digs into “Exercise Science” so that we work smart and don’t waste our valuable time or injure ourselves.What I did not like about the book: A bit too technical for a lay person like me. Maybe I need to revisit this [...]

    27. A very informative book. (And greatly reassuring to find that I'm mostly on the right track in my fitness regime. :P)I like that Diwekar seems to have gone to great lengths to make all the info very accessible, with illustrations and charts and stuff. So anyone who, after reading this, says 'I still don't understand the science behind exercise' did not really try to in the first place, AT ALL.I also appreciate the wealth of applicable information in this book, such as the exhaustive list of weig [...]

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