Many studies have shown that women tend to suffer from more knee problems than men due to physiology and hormones. Yes unfortunately this is true! Several women who come to my clinic will tell me that their joint pains increase during their menstrual cycle. Studies have shown that active women are up to eight times more likely to suffer knee problems – particularly injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) that stabilizes the joint – than sporty men. Why? Partly because of our hormones and partly because of the way our bodies are made.
A woman excellently performs her life’s roles: daughter, wife, and mother. She manages to achieve a balance between her professional and personal life. But, somewhere along the way, she forgets herself- she loses track of who she is and what is happening with her body and mind.
There are three main stages in every woman’s life – Puberty, Marriage, and Conception and menopause. Each of these stages comes with their issues. Inner issues such as hormonal imbalances can lead to problems such as bone loss, back pain and insufficient absorption of nutrients.
A large percentage of our workforce is women. Physically fit, mentally satisfied and happy women make excellent and productive employees.
Our programs are tailor-made for women & cover all relevant topics that can help them achieve inner and outer beauty and health.
Marathon training is tough. But, the more you run, the more you love your body. Not because it is perfect, but because with every mile it makes you believe that you are capable of something more than you expected to be.
Running has a myriad of benefit and if women are aware of these special factors that impact their fitness they can overcome any obstacle to running and continue to run to their heart’s content.
March is the month celebrating women all over the world. And rightfully so. The woman deserves to be celebrated. But sometimes I wonder if this is a superficial notion. Does the world truly understand her value? Leave alone that, does the woman herself understand her value? Having lived for several years in the US and now in Mumbai…
More and more women now understand the value of fitness and weight training. However, once they become pregnant they undergo a state of confusion whether to continue with their normal gym routine or not. Most pregnant women are fearful of exercising at all because of the conflicting information they get.