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Workout at home: With gyms shut, fitness firms go online for sessions

With gyms continuing to remain shut, fitness firms are offering live online training sessions to help people keep up with their exercise routines

The live online classes offer a two-way interaction, one where trainers can give attention, correct posture, and motivate users
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The live online classes offer a two-way interaction, one where trainers can give attention, correct posture, and motivate users

Samreen Ahmad
When the lockdown began in March, flight attendant Tanya Malhotra started experiencing pain flare-ups and a feeling of weakness. “I have a chronic illness for which I need to work out regularly,” says Malhotra, a resident of Delhi, who could not go to the gym anymore.

Then her mother introduced her to health and fitness start-up HealthifyMe's online live workout sessions. Malhotra took up a plan where she got a personalised yoga trainer and diet coach at a price of Rs 5,000 for three months. She now trains for stretch yoga in the morning and does cardio workouts in the

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First Published: Jul 24 2020 | 6:05 AM IST

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