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Project Shakti Empowering women with fitness

Project Shakti Empowering women with fitness

Taking a initiative for empowering women with fitness a local gym in Vadodara started a project where the female athletes gets free training in their centres. Project Shakti the initiative by Alivez group focus on the women to train them towards fitness for herself and for the family as a whole.

The idea to start such a project to aware the women to stay fit and inspire others. "The initiative will focus on empowering female athletes participating in any sports with fitness. With special team of trainers we provide free training and memberships to athletes currently playing or aspiring to join sports in future. The lack of technical knowledge is what we provide in the training which make them less injury prone in their respective games," said Kailash Jadhav owner of the gym.

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Many women athletes remain present at the launching of the project Shakti and shared their views about the women fitness in the country. Sakshi Pradhan a multi talented actress, VJ, host, Big Boss season 4 contestant said the main thing is love and worship. In her busy schedule she never missed her training regime and takes out time for the workout. It's all about dedication towards fitness.

Chantal Loggenberg a women fitness professional from South Africa said the day when women get time from their daily chores the fitness defination for them change.

"I am visiting India for the last two years and see a change on the scenario as far as the women fitness is concerned. Women in India and even in South Africa are the same where they involved in their daily chores as head of the family. They have to make food, raising kids and managing all the house which makes them so exhaust to turn up for fitness. It's time now for the men to take initiative and help the women to understand the meaning of fitness which leads to a healthy life and family," said Loggenberg.

Physiotherapist and strength coach Dr. Drashti Shah said the women came to gyms when they wants to heal from a injury. The trend is same for years but now it has to be reversed and the women came to the gym for fitness as a whole.

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