Milind Soman’s operating ‘remedy’ with Ankita Konwar is our Monday health inspo | Well being

The blame for indulging in too much festive treats in Dhanteras, Bhai Dooj, and Diwali has yet to be hit, but Indian supermodel Milind Soman, whose latest exercise video is sure to make you improve your health and couple goals at the same time, will solve our fitness problems in the first place. Milind called his running session with Ms. Ankita Konwar “therapy” and inspired us to go into a tailspin with our partner this week and burn all that festive fat.

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Milind took out his social media access and shared a video of his morning run of him and Ankita sprinting on a sunny freeway. While Milind was out in a casual black t-shirt and bright blue shorts, Ankita donned a pink spaghetti top with white shorts and paired her better half with matching sunglasses to complete the athleisure look.

The couple jogged side by side at a moderate pace as Milind declared, “Running is a good form of meditation (sic).” He said in the caption, “Sometimes it’s not just about health or fitness. It’s about therapy (sic). “

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In addition to strengthening muscles and improving cardiovascular fitness, running helps build strong bones as it is a stress exercise and burns many pounds of joules, which in turn helps maintain a healthy weight.

According to a study of progress in cardiovascular disease, running for as little as 5 to 10 minutes a day at a moderate pace, say 10 miles per hour, not only has a significant impact on longevity, but can also reduce the risk of death through heart attack or reduce stroke and other cardiovascular diseases, lower the risk of developing cancer, lower the risk of developing neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. The study highlighted that runners generally have a 25–40% reduced risk of premature mortality and live about 3 years longer than non-runners.

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Improved sleep and mood are other benefits of running. According to a group of Dutch researchers, running 2.5 hours a week or 30 minutes five days a week can also result in maximum longevity benefits.

Even contrary to popular belief, running in the cold or in the rain does not lead to a cold, but rather helps you gain Herculean strength and build mental strength. From cooling off to being able to run farther, longer, and maybe even faster, running in the rain burns more calories because our bodies aren’t exposed to the risk of overheating and making you tough.


Running in place can be an excellent alternative to burning calories when you can’t go jogging or don’t have a treadmill. It helps in weight loss, increases heart rate, improves blood sugar levels, increases cardiovascular function, improves lung capacity and improves blood circulation.

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According to a 2015 study on “The Effects of In-Place Running Associated With Tummy Tuck On Posture In Healthy Adults,” it was found that exercise also helped improve posture by engaging the abdominal muscles. It reduces knee pain and makes them stronger and healthier.

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