Teaching Chinese Students at Dayanand Sagar College.
By Vishwanthar on General
January 20, 2010
I am delighted to express my warmest regards to Dayanand Sagar English teaching staff. It so happened that the Chinese students requested their staff for they wanted someone to guide them through an exercise regime, and the staff apparently requested me to teach them about exercise and also demonstrate various movements which could all be performed at home. I graciously accepted the offer, and as per their request conducted two classes which lasted an hour for two days on the 9th and 10th of December. The first session was all about teaching and explaining to the students with regard to various movements, and when it came to the second session it was extraordinarily entertaining, as we requested the students to form four groups and asked them to perform the exercises which were taught. It was very challenging and competitive for the students, as points were provided to the group which performed the best. It seemed that the students were ready for the challenge, for they all enjoyed performing to the best of their ability.
I once again wholeheartedly convey my wishes towards the staff especially Iris Devadason and Irfan, for without them it would have not been possible to go ahead with the program. By the way, you can enjoy viewing some pictures which were taken with the staff and students.
5 thoughts on “Teaching Chinese Students at Dayanand Sagar College.”
But where are the pictures….
Well Done Vishwa sir
Great job Sir!. i hope in this way people will defiantly recognize you and your skills sir! all the best!
I have heard about you and your training skills… but I do want to discuss few things with you.
Do you believe there 2 kind of a fat in Human body?
Yes, Vinod, there are two kinds of fat in the human body: Visceral and subcutaneous fat. Fat which surrounds internal organs is termed visceral fat, and fat which is underneath the skin is termed as subcutaneous fat. Visceral fat can risk your health, as people with visceral fat are susceptible to heart diseases, diabetes, hypertension, and stroke. In addition, there are conflicting scientific findings where some suggest that visceral fat is difficult to lose, but some studies suggest that subcutaneous fat is difficult to lose. According to my personal experience subcutaneous fat is the one which is difficult to lose, for I have seen this among many individuals who frequent my gym.