Work out the right way in 2021 with FITPASS


2020 as a year was flagged off on many occasions; when loved celebrities passed and more importantly when the pandemic just paused everything happening in our lives. But the year has nothing to do with it. These things happen, they happened in the past and they will happen in the future. The point is that something or the other will stop us in our paths, but we must go on. And some of us did. Gyms and fitness centers were closed but those who wanted to make it work (out). And the hope, of course, is that 2021 won’t be as hard as 2020. Nonetheless, we will stay fit and healthy with FITPASS. Join India’s largest fitness network; work out at 4,000+ gyms and fitness centers across India.

How to stay fit in 2021

Build muscle

Having fit muscles and lean muscle mass is a major part of being fit and healthy. They keep your bones and connective tissue healthy. Fit muscles allow you to carry out daily activities like carrying, moving, jumping, etc. with ease. A good body mass index means a good resting metabolic rate; your body burns more calories when you are at rest. This helps you maintain your weight.

Cardio Training

Activities like running, cycling, dancing, or even brisk walking increase blood circulation. This, in turn, controls blood pressure and strengthens the heart and lungs. Cardio workouts improve your immunity and thus your quality of life. However, it is important to choose an activity that you enjoy so that you can continue it. Attend cardio sessions at least twice a week to stay fit and active.

Core Workout

The core is the most important part of the body. It determines your body balance, stability, and limb mobility. A strong core means higher endurance; you go longer without injuries. Moreover, everything is essentially connected and managed by the core; it stabilizes the hips, the front, backs and sides of the trunk. Moreover, working on your core will reduce your back issues.

Mobility Training

Mobility is especially important in the process of avoiding injuries. You need to take yoga classes or Pilates to increase flexibility for better mobility whether you’re into sports or not. Mobility training keeps your muscles and connective tissue intact, which also protects your joints. Your range of motion improves as does your strength.

Rest and eat well

Don’t go overboard with exercising as well. The body needs rest as much as exercise and a good diet. After working out, have a protein-rich meal and sleep for at least 7-8 hours. When you do not sleep well or enough, the body doesn’t get the benefit of working out.

It is also important to provide enough nutrients to the body. Eat all kinds of healthy foods – leafy green vegetables, nuts and seeds, fruits, and drink plenty of water every day. Most of all try new workouts to find out what works better for