The best Punjabi music for group exercise, and motivation to keep moving. Pungra is a movement about movement, challenging you with the question, "if we were to use Punjabi music in an exercise class, what would a good class look like?"
Pungra has received a grant to run a project to encourage more people to exercise from home, with a focus on South Asians. It will run from October to December 2020.
This project will probably appeal to South Asian females primarily, but anyone is welcome to join the activations. In this podcast find out about what the project is, how it came about, why we need activators (and not excuses), how the project will benefit you, including learning Microsoft Teams. The project is perfect for anyone interested in eventually becoming a Pungra Group Exercise Instructor in the future, but you don't have to become an instructor to continue to be a fantastic activator.
If you're thinking "I don't think I can become an activator, I am not good at doing Pungra", then you've got the wrong end of the stick. Pungra Activators do not need to be able to do the moves, and definitely not be able to instruct them. Instead, Activators are motivators and coordinators which you will achieve using technologies like WhatsApp or similar.
Listen to the podcast, and then apply at pungra.fit
Ravi Sandhu talks about his initial reluctance to lead outdoor exercise classes, which has been changed because of the coronavirus crisis. Since May '20, he and approximately 6 others have been exercising every Sunday. In this episode hear from Nus and Susan who answered the question, 'what is great about outdoor fitness classes?'.