⏰ Commit to your exercise this week 💗
Choose the times best for you, let's exercise or discuss together
Your free Pungra Together sessions this week.
Here are the times, including the links you’ll need.
Times are UK
What are they?
Exercise Together - we all join in with exercising to Pungra videos at the same time.
Discuss Together - we all discuss a health, fitness and wellbeing related topic. We record the discussion and will share it on Facebook for others to watch. It will also be shared on this site as a podcast.
How to join Exercise Together
Please watch this video before the session to understand how it works.
You will need two devices:
A large screen such as a TV or computer. You will use this to access the workout video on YouTube.
A mobile phone, with which you will join a Zoom or Messenger Room. We will see each other exercising. Enabling your video is optional, but recommended. During the exercise, if there’s too much noise coming from your mobile, it’s a good idea to reduce the volume on your mobile or mute everyone else’s audio.
Technical support: It’s not possible to offer technical support during the session, so if you’re feeling as though you need some one-to-one guidance, please contact me to arrange a 10-minute session.
The sessions are suitable for you and all your family. Even if you’re not feeling full of energy, you can do many of the exercises as light or even seated version.
Find out more about Exercise Together.
How to join Discuss Together
The audio quality for your involvement needs to be good. Please use a headset or earphones and ensure you have no distracting background noise. The Activator will facilitate the discussion, which may mean that each person is not able to speak. Use the chat to share your thoughts, questions and comments. You are welcome to enable your video, keep in mind that the video will be published on Facebook and although a few people have joined the session, many more will watch it in their own time later.
What regulars tell me
“This is a good way of keeping fit, mind and meeting lovely new friends. Especally in this winter lockdown times. Thank you all ☺️❤️”
“This helps wake me up, and energise me”
Please ensure you’re subscribed to this site to receive weekly reminders.
Other ways to be reminded that are free:
Facebook Events page - mark as ‘Going’, and share with your contacts for brownie points.
Google Calendar - subscribe, and copy to your own calendar.
Do good by facilitating your Pungra Together next week
Perhaps these times don’t suit you? You’re in a different time zone? Or otherwise, you want to lead your own events with your family, friends or colleagues.
I’m here to help you attract people to exercise or discuss sessions that you lead. If you’re going to exercise with Pungra videos anyway, why not open up a Zoom or Messenger Rooms video call and invite others to be connected with you?
A good way forward is to join one, or few, existing Exercise Together sessions. You’ll see how straightforward it is. The next stage is to provide the following to me every Saturday evening:
Choice of videos.
Tell your family, friends and colleagues
Who else do you think would be interested? Do they like Punjabi music? Do you have a TV in their living room? Are they at home a lot? (aren’t most of us these days?).
Remember it takes people time to adjust their schedules to incorporate exercise into their week. Start warming them up to the idea right away, share this email and encourage them to receive my free emails.
In the media recently
Here are some articles to remind us all why exercise is important.
Could Vigorous Physical Exercise Help People Live Longer? Psychology Today
Joe Wicks - How lockdown changed people's attitudes towards exercise Yorkshire Evening Post
Life in lockdown worth Liveing thanks to online exercise classes The Sunday Times
Exercise can ‘offset’ the negative effects of sitting all day European Scientist
The fine print
Pungra strongly recommends that you consult with your doctor before beginning any exercise program. You should be in good physical condition and be able to participate in the exercise. Pungra is not a licensed medical care provider and represents that it has no expertise in diagnosing, examining, or treating medical conditions of any kind, or in determining the effect of any specific exercise on a medical condition. You should understand that when participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. If you engage in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge Pungra from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of Pungra's negligence.
That’s it for now, let’s keep active.