3 Types of  Exercises to Maintain Fitness

3 Types of Exercises to Maintain Fitness

In this video Dr Arun explains on how exercise is an awesome fitness strategy but not something you can use for weight loss. As a weight loss strategy many use exercise to overcome the guilt of eating the wrong foods, trying to burn those calories off at the gym. This is not the best way to use exercise! Rather use it as a strategy to achieve and maintain fitness. The key things to consider with this strategy are:
1. Motion can change your emotions.
2. Exercise helps you overcome stress, and helps your brain grow.

Now, there’s three types of exercise that need to be balanced and structured around age, BMI and medical conditions. Watch this video!

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Dr Arun Dhir is a Gastrointestinal surgeon and has practiced his craft for over three decades. He is a Monash University lecturer, researcher and author of two books. He is also a Yoga and meditation teacher registered with Yoga Australia. His clinical practice embodies an integrative approach towards individuals experiencing the scourge of obesity.

He is an engaging speaker and has spoken on many public forums. Dr Arun runs his own You Tube channel, where he shares insights in the area of mind-body and gut connection and how this translates into our health and wellbeing.

He is an active member of the ANZ Association of Gastro-Oesophageal surgeons (ANZGOSA), ANZ Society of Metabolic and Obesity Surgery (ANZMOSS) and Australian College of Nutrition and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM). He is also a Yoga and meditation teacher and along this journey, has nurtured a very keen interest in the area of mind, body and gut connection, which he incorporates in his practice.

Please note this is general information only. Please consult your specialist for specific advise.