"Add years to your life and life to your years"

Aakash Chopra explains the common Indian attitude towards gymming and how "running" used to be pretty much the only fitness routine during his early days.
In our country, and I'm talking about urban India here, health awareness is increasing by the day but by and large, there's still a mental block about gyms -there's a perception that it's for bodybuilders, the rare fitness fanatic or sportsperson and more and more, overweight young girls readying for marriage! We hardly ever see middleaged men and women working out. To be fair, it's tough to take time out of hectic lives where earning a living is a priority. But people do manage the balance -- it depends on time management and prioritizing. And is a question of habit.

Aakash might still be fancying his chances of making a comeback as an opener (If Ghambir fails, he might be the one that the selectors might fall back on); Whether he makes it back or not, he definitely has a bright future as a sports scribe. His writing this season from England has been a huge revelation. Here is a list of all his articles (for Hindusthan Times).

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