To comprehend the stark contrast between being surrounded by people and yet feeling lonely, we must first understand what loneliness really is. is it a result of our surroundings or something within us? Loneliness is an internal issue , a state of mind,and is more a result of the internal activity of our brain than our surroundings. It can affect people of all ages and disciplines. Children,adolescents,adults and even the elderly often prey to the subtle grasp of loneliness.


Did you know being active is not all that difficult? It can easily be incorporated in one’s life. People,who spend their time in the office sitting the entire day,their body,as well as the mind,feels exhausted. So a set of simple daily workouts is needed to keep you active everyday. Proper diet,lots of water,regular exercise and avoidance of little things can give you huge advantages. Many people in the world are doing their job with the healthiest body as they leave no room for fat. Well,you do not have to spend 4-5 hours in a day to get the desired fitness,but only 30-40 minutes workout early in the morning can do wonders for you.


Swimming pool offers relief from summer heat, and makes for an excellent exercising ground. Picture underwater squats and lunges. Exercising in the pool is a good alternative to unload the body when it fatigues from intense land-based exercises. Aqua-jogging, flutter-kicking, leg-lifts, standing water push-ups and arm-curls are some easy to do water exercises. Many pools and gyms are offering regular batches in water-boxing, aqua-step as well as introducing specialised equipment that can be used for different exercises underwater. Underwater strength training is the newest to join the water workouts bandwagon.…


The kettlebell is a cast-iron or cast steel weight (resembling a cannonball with a handle) used to perform all types of exercises, including but not limited to ballistic exercises that combine cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training. They are also the primary equipment used in the weight lifting sport of kettlebell lifting.   The Russian girya (ги́ря, a loanword from Persian غران girān “heavy”) was a type of metal weight, primarily used to weigh crops, in the 18th century. The use of such weights by circus strongmen is recorded for the 19th century. They began to be used for recreational and competition strength athletics in Russia and Europe in the late 19th century. The birth…