"At 134 kilos, I was bullied into wearing a bra!"

November 2011
Men's Health India;Nov2011, p17
The article presents tips on weight loss shared by businessman Saransh Trehan. He suggests beginning slowly instead of doing excessive workout that can stress the body and slacken the belly's skin. He relates that the best workout is missing things up. The benefits of knowing one's weaknesses on food and changing exercise routines are also discussed.


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