Prime Minister releases Age-Appropriate Fitness Protocols; Calls for regular exercise to stay fit and healthy

Prime Minister releases Age-Appropriate Fitness Protocols; Calls for regular exercise to stay fit and healthy Screen Grab (PMO India) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a new-Mantra-“Fitness Ki Dose, Aadha Ghanta Roz”. He has urged the people to apply this principle in letter an spirit […]

Prime Minister releases Age-Appropriate Fitness Protocols; Calls for regular exercise to stay fit and healthy


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a new-Mantra-“Fitness Ki Dose, Aadha Ghanta Roz”. He has urged the people to apply this principle in letter an spirit to stay fit and healthy.

He was interacting with fitness experts and influencers virtually on the First Anniversary of the Fit India Movement.

The nation-wide online Fit India Dialogue was organized to celebrate the First Anniversary of the Fit India Movement.

On the occasion, the Prime Minister also launched Fit India Age-Appropriate Fitness Protocols.

Mr Modi held interactions with cricketer Virat Kohli, actor Milind Soman, footballer Afshan Ashiq among others who shared their fitness experiences with him.

On the occasion, the Prime Minister wished all the countrymen good health and said that in one year, the Fit India Movement has become the movement of people.

During the interaction, the Prime Minister hailed Afshan Ashiq, a woman footballer from Jammu & Kashmir, as an inspiration for girls across the country.

In her interaction, Afshan said, she is grateful for this platform and feels proud to be representing Jammu & Kashmir.

Speaking with Prime Minister Modi, India cricket team captain Virat Kohli shared his fitness mantra.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju said, while launching the Fit India Movement last year, the Prime Minister had emphasized that it should become the movement of people.

Now Fit India Movement is truly becoming people’s movement and in the past one year many programmes were organized which have taken the fitness to a new heights.




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