I am Debesh Raj Bhattari, an architect by profession, a green enthusiast and fitness GURU. I believe a city gets healthier by our cumulative effort, not simply by the infrastructure that one enjoys by simply being in the city.
In the third world places like Kathmandu, people join you in hordes if one has the ability to create that extra AWE FACTOR. It is really surprising for me to note that AWE FACTOR in my EVnR as it has expanded to few hundred trainees from a solitary me a year and half back since December 2012. I have been trying to promote a healthy living through a very powerful and effective vibration and resistance exercise… I call IT EVnR…. A sheer innovation for your fitness index.
If one is born in a poor country, their chances of getting healthier really gets undermined as the access to free healthcare gets very limited. The rural areas has its woes for healthcare, whereas the metropolis like Kathmandu does not fare high on fitness facility index either. And here If I have to describe about the health care and more aptly if I have to convince that Kathmandu is healthy, My straight answer would be “NO…NOOO…!
Majorities have a very limited choice for exercising; and the short distance people may walk to reach the final destination for work does not give that significant impact on well being. The evening and the morning hours gets spent on the household work , albeit a small minority find it convenient to walk or jog in the morning. Our dependency with carbohydrate and fat is adding significant negative points to our fitness index with diabetes, increased blood pressure and heart problems.
To remove more feathers from our fitness and wellness index, the recent influx of mobile and web mania is slowly making life sedentary every next day. People are virtually becoming immobile with the bikes, cars and public transport facilities. The private gyms are almost unaffordable and the free gym facility is almost redundant. And the limited facility that we have is still a very uncomfortable choice, as people are not used to that kind of lifestyle.
My approach of making EvnR a social event is slowly getting a wider acceptance. EvnR is an exercise which uses a lot of resistance along with the whole body vibrations. It is free and we have people from teens to people above 65 with housewives, grandmothers, boys and middle aged people vibrating their body rhythmically every morning in Baneswor, Kathmandu. And my two small stints in Gurgoan, Delhi, India on the park goers request also attracted a large crowd. I should be thankful to them as well.
EvnR … Extreme Vibration and resistance is powerful tool to freshen your mind and body, come and join us every morning in Kathmandu at 6.15 am for just 40 minutes. Cheers and have a good day.