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  1. Nice cartoon,Any chance you could point me out to any exercise schedule to give every muscle group in the body a workout?We might have yoga but the fitness industry in India is just fads and plain bad advice guaranteed to land you in hospital.

    1. I don’t really recommend exercise schedules for one simple reason: they never last. What we are looking for here is to build an environment where daily exercise happens automatically and naturally. Only then will exercise become a permanent part of life.

      This can be done in two ways: by seamlessly integrating more physical activity into your normal day-to-day life (what I call the passive fitness environment) and finding some free-time physical activities that you truly enjoy (the active fitness environment).

      I saw a good video along these lines on a blog I follow some days back: http://learningfromdogs.com/2012/06/06/the-truth-about-exercise/. I also made some more detailed comments on this topic beneath that post.

      Alternatively, you can simply check out the two pages from page 30 in the short version of the One in a Billion manual: https://oneinabillionblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/one-in-a-billion-lite-version3.pdf.

      In any case, I’ll start blogging about health very soon and share all of the guidelines that currently work very well in my own life.

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