Dhruv H.

Dhruv H.

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Finished  

Glad to finish another Reboot. Feeling fitter and energetic after the four-week routine of diet and exercise. I gave equal importance to sleep as well.

Overall results have been good but short of the target that I had set. I am thinking of generally sticking on to the alumni workouts over the next few days specially as we are getting close to the holiday season.

Thanks to my wife Payal (who has always been my Kenzai partner), to our trainer Sara and all the teammates for making this an amazing few weeks.


Finished !

Glad to finish another Reboot. Feeling fitter and energetic after the four-week routine of diet and exercise. I gave equal importance to sleep as well.

Overall results have been good but short of the target that I had set. I am thinking of generally sticking on to the alumni workouts over the next few days specially as we are getting close to the holiday season.

Thanks to my wife Payal (who has always been my Kenzai partner), to our trainer Sara and all the teammates for making this an amazing few weeks.


End of week three

Feeling healthy and fit overall. Three weeks done and final week to go. Although I think I am way behind my goal and perhaps should add few more weeks to the program. But there is another part of me that is already thinking about day 28 :)


Eating out challenge
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Had a nice lunch and ordered wisely. And yes, there was an additional side portion of sautéed veggies too!


Almost half way

We are almost halfway through. Have been measuring the food portions but throughout the week felt that my lunch portions were way too much....I see slight reduction in carbs for my lunch starting next week. Workouts have been good so far. A bit of travel next week but kind of manageable.


First week

In the first week, I was travelling for most part. Generally stuck to the diet and daily exercise. Didn’t have too many cravings and overall feeling good. I know that the first week was easy and it’s going to be hard in the coming weeks.


Glad to be back

Yes, glad to be back here. It’s been a one year gap since the last time I signed up for reboot. Looking forward to the excitement over the next few weeks. Wishing everyone good luck!


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Useful lesson at Reboot  

Realised that fitness is always “work in progress”. A few days or weeks being off diet and exercise leads to fat coming back very quickly. It has to be a continues effort and not only a four week strict discipline.

Of the many thinks that happen during Kenzai, one memory that will stay with me and my wife will be of the Bryan Adams concert we saw during the end of week 2. On that day, Payal and I finished our workout, sipped bottled water (and not beer) while watching the performance and returned home to eat a plate full of salad :)

Thank you Kenzai.


It’s been a struggle to manage diet and workouts past few days. There were constant travels, flight cancellations, guessing portion sizes of meals on airplanes and at least two days of complete burnout when I just couldn’t workout. But, isn’t that the real world we live in...?


Week 3 challenge
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This is my “Karate Kid” photograph. I might have been around 13 years old. Thinny skinny back then and now struggling to shed the extra weight!


Colourful plate
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It is not easy managing the diet part when eating out. In my case, it’s a continuous challenge as I am a frequent traveler. Last week, I tried my best to stay Kenzai compliant but surely was not as perfect as I would have wanted. Here is a picture of a colourful plate of one of the meals.

Next week too comes with five days of travels and I hope to get it right as much as possible.

Overall, feeling better and more energetic.


Enjoying the outdoors
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My wife Payal and I usually do our jumprope routine in the central lawns of our condominium. It’s nice and green after the monsoons and gentle breeze in the evenings. Just perfect!


Time to Reboot

It’s been a six months break since the last Kenzai program. I had injured my neck in July and that resulted in almost zero workouts other than occasional leisurely walks. As you would have guessed, my body has gone out of shape and needs discipline.

My partner in crime, my wife Payal is once again part of this Reboot journey and we are looking forward to it.

All the best to all trainees in the group!


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Finished  

It had been two years since my wife Payal and I did KB 2. Over time, body fat and water retention crept in and we realised that it was time to Reboot. But destiny has its own ways; both of us have been busy past 28 days with work travel and attending to medical needs of our family. Despite all that’s been going on, I am happy to report that I managed 100% of these 28 workouts. Diet was mostly on course, except for some days that I had been traveling.

I haven’t decided on what to do next but would certainly want to maintain the continue with regular exercise and diet as much as possible.

Thank you Kenzai, for always being there for me.


Week 3 Challenge
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Once upon a time....in 2011


Final Photo

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