I enjoy the world of health and fitness and am a regular outdoor person running half marathons and going trekking quite regularly. Professionally, I have been an entrepreneur all my life. While I continued to build my business, I also figured that I was leading a bad lifestyle.
Being a gadget freak I tried every gadget, band, app and device but, still could not bring about a change in my lifestyle. The change came when I came across a coach who helped me understand the data and suggested some very interesting lifestyle changes and motivated me. It’s been two years since I began my journey towards the path of fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
At GOQii there is no right or wrong nor are we preaching or asking people to change their daily routine. GOQii is all about being ready for a change.
The GOQii blog is an effort towards bringing about that lifestyle change with expert advice. The blog will be for every individual who cares about health and fitness. Today, if we look around us there is no dearth for information on health, fitness, wellness and the likes on the net. Typing a simple word like Carbohydrates in the search box throws up so much information leaving us perplexed what to believe and what not to believe?
He is where GOQii blog comes in to give you authentic information backed by our expert coaches in nutrition, health and fitness. From articles on training, healthy lifestyle, food and nutrition, this blog will explore all that is required by an everyday individual trying to get in – and stay healthy and fit.
The vision of this blog is to emphasize and demystify the whole concept of good living and ‘Karma’ (Doing Good towards others). The blogs written by GOQii’s expert coaches will be simple and written in lucid language without any technical jargons. We will also have outside experts in various areas of health and fitness occasionally writing for us.
But, it’s not only about being healthy and fit. It is also about Karma. What’s the point of leading a healthy life when you cannot follow it up with a good deed towards the lesser privileged? According to me ‘Karma’ should not be a by the way activity but be a part of our daily lives.