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Milind Soman hopes that people would quit smoking after the show “I Can You Can”

Milind Suman promotes the show "I Can You Can" as he says that he can relate to those who smoke as he was once a chain smoker and hopes that this show would inspire people to quit smoking.

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  • Milind Soman is hosting a show “I Can You Can”
  • He hopes this show would inspire people to quit smoking

Mumbai, Dec 15, 2017: Actor-fitness enthusiast Milind Soman, who is set to host the adventure reality show “I Can You Can”, hopes it will encourage viewers to quit smoking.

Video-on-demand platform Viu will launch the anti-smoking initiative, in association with Cipla and National Geographic Channel, on Sunday, read a statement.

“Hosting ‘I Can, You Can’ was an exhilarating experience for me. We shot some breathtaking sequences in the unexplored terrains on our way to the Everest Camp. I have been a chainsmoker in the past and I could relate to what the contestants of the show have been through,” Milind said in a statement.

“I think when something is so easily accessible and addictive, it just makes it tougher to put a stop to it. I hope with this show, viewers will realize how important a healthy lifestyle is and be encouraged to kick the butt,” he added.

The “I Can, You Can” series, comprising six episodes, will showcase a journey of six people, including three who want to quit smoking and three who have already succeeded in quitting. It is produced by BBC, India. (IANS)

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“Eat Right, Challenge Yourself”- Milind Soman on Fitness Regime

Here are five fitness mantras that Milind opts for while travelling

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Milind Soman doles out fitness mantras.

Supermodel-actor-fitness enthusiast Milind Soman says he doesn’t ignore his fitness regime even if he is on a holiday.

Here are five fitness mantras that Milind opts for while travelling:

* Eat right: Eating right is the first step. Once that is in place, you need to back it up with exercise. While travelling, it’s easy to be tempted to eat unhealthy junk food. To avoid this, I prefer staying at Airbnb homes with well-equipped kitchens so I can rustle up a healthy snack or meal whenever hunger pangs strike. In fact, I enjoy cooking myself a light and healthy khichdi (porridge) for lunch on most days I’m travelling using my mother’s special recipe.

* Make fitness a priority: Fitness is a lifelong pursuit and it should be something you enjoy. You don’t need to follow a strict regimen or routine. Besides, it’s usually difficult to hit the gym regularly while you’re travelling. The best workout is whatever activity fits into your schedule even if it is a 10-minute brisk walk or a quick jog up the stairs. As long as you’re getting some activity and prioritising fitness, don’t worry about how much or how often you’re exercising. I usually fit in 3-4 running sessions a week.

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Milind Soman.

* Practice mindfulness: Be it running or yoga, try practicing mindfulness, that is, being completely conscious and aware in the moment. Doing this gives you a strong sense of freedom, calmness and focus.

* Get adequate rest: Sleep is essential for the body and mind and restful sleep is the foundation of good health. Getting sufficient sleep is essential to overall well-being.

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* Keep challenging yourself: I ran my first Mumbai Marathon in 2004 and have been setting myself new challenges ever since. In 2009, I ran my first full marathon. I took on the Ironman challenge a few years later and then the Ultraman title last year. Pushing yourself to achieve new fitness targets is an exhilarating feeling. It keeps you motivated and achieving difficult goals gives you an incredible high. (IANS)