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'Will to be fit must come from within'

DNMUM153780 | 11/17/2009 | Author : Falguni Banerjee | WC :534 | Lifestyle & Leisure

Sanpada resident Simi Bhatnagar practices yoga religiously and has effortlessly overcome the damaging effects of stress

A mother of two girls, Simi Bhatnagar (34) hardly looks her age. Not only is she looking and feeling fit to the T, she also boasts of a clear, glowing complexion and is passing the same cheer among others. The credit for this goes to her exercise regime, which she follows very strictly. A yoga practitioner, she says she has managed to overcome stress - the most disturbing disorder amongst this age bracket in society these days. There is no looking back for her now.
"Happiness derives from good health but while you are seeking good health, you should be happy doing so. The desire to be fit and healthy must come from within. If you are forced to go to the gym everyday and pursue physical training without the willingness to do so, y
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