My name is Anil K Kapoor and my grown-up healthy family includes a wife, two daughters and one doggy. I am a Runner, Dancer, Entrepreneur, Blogger and Foodie. I love running in the rain.
I was a backbencher, very naughty and shy young boy. In the fourth standard, I ate all my birthday sweets myself sitting in the class. I was too shy to announce my birthday. As a result, had to take seven days sick leave from school.
We used to do our workout very religiously as that gave us more time out of the classroom while in senior school. Adopted all my bad habits in school by the time I was fifteen years old. I rather liked drinking, smoking, drugs, parties, late nights day in and day out. That gave us the impression of being seniors and manly. My favourite one-liners were
· Forget the past, be in the Present and Future will take care of itself.
· Keep your cake and eat it too.
The Healthy Transformation
Till the age of thirty-five, I was neither an entrepreneur nor a blogger. Fortunately, I always liked being active and adapted to change quickly. So one day I abruptly stopped my drinking and smoking.
My journey towards good health started after the age of thirty-five and that is when I started my Yoga and later running as well.
Later I did my management courses from XLRI, Jamshedpur and MDI Gurgaon. Had various interactions with scholars from Bihar School of Yoga and Patanjali. Had coaching from various renowned coaches for my running.
Now it is difficult for my old friends to accept that I am the same person. Today more than two decades later health wise I can say I am the best version of myself and improving.
Inspire a Million People to Positive Health
Now I feel the need for having a healthy family and friends as well. The thought of a healthy family is more appealing than a single active individual. So I am concentrating on developing My Active Tribe now.
The mission is to have a million individuals and their families in My Active Tribe who can say their top priority in life is good health for the family.
Not how long, but how well you have lived is the main thing. (Seneca)
Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship. (Gautama Buddha)
Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.