Physical fitness is something we often worry, even obsess about. Especially in today's world, where people are more self-conscious than ever before, and body image is a very important part of our lifestyles. In the modern day, being fit contributes to a lot of things, from boosting your confidence to better mental health and social stature. The sight of popular movie stars flaunting their slim, chiselled figures can easily make us simmer with envy, and start working out in frenzy. But that isn't enough, because unless one has a proper method to it, no matter how many weights you lift at the gym, you still wouldn't get in shape. To help you with that, there are numerous books on fitness regime and specified diets to help you on your way, but many of them often fall short. This is where Rutuja Diwekar shines. A fitness guru and the author of Don't Lose Your Mind, Lose Weight, she has come up with another workout and diet gem, Don't Lose Out, Work Out. Arguably India's most popular fitness professional, she is armed with accolades such as Best Trainer in India, award and the Nutrition Award from the Asian Institute of Gastroenterology, and has an experience of over 15 years of working with people of all sorts and has an educational background specialising in nutrition and sports science. Over the past few years, the number of people who've started hitting the gym has increased exponentially. Quite accordingly, gyms, yoga centres and fitness clubs have sprouted like wild shrubs all over the place, and they are packed. But just working out doesn't mean you will get results. People often start going to the gym, but even after rigorous hours there and months later, they fail to see any conceivable difference, which can be heart-breaking and utterly depressing. The grief of not getting results, which occurs due to unrealistic ideas or expectations born of all kinds of misconceptions can be terrible and might incite the person to give up. There are a whole bunch of fads and myths related to staying fit and dietary plans. The basic centre point of this book is to break those false ideas and help you on your way to a healthier and better lifestyle. Rutuja makes it a point to represent exercise as a way of life and shows how it can be helpful to people trying to combat varied sorts of lifestyle disorders. She provides detailed analysis of all manners of regimes and gives standard explanations as to the how and when and why, including discussions about pre and post-exercise diets. Doesn't matter whether you are a beginner or a regular, Rutuja Diwekar will walk you through the pros and cons of different training regimes based on her experiences until you come up with a plan which makes sense to you and helps you achieve what you are looking for. So stop lazing in that chair, go and grab your copy today and start lifting as you find your way to a better shape.