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Stylish Tvs Apache Bike Features

A TVS motor is the third largest two wheeler manufacture in India. The brand has proved itself by giving best services to its customers and launched almost all kinds of automotive components but extremely focused on the two wheelers and well known as Total Quality Management. Some fine brands of the TVS Motor are TVS Scooty, TVS Fiero, TVS Apache, TVS Centra, TVS Flame, TVS Victor and etc. The company introduced it most stylish and superb bike in the year of 2000 with the name of TVS Apache bike and also rewarded by the Bike of the year in 2006 by Business Standard Motoring.

TVS Apache bike is naturally launched for the premium segment and targeting the youth. Its strong body, engine and design are the main attractions in the bike. TVS Apache bike is available in some awesome colors such as Yellow, Pearl White, Black and Gray. TVS Apache bike has come up with variant of Apache RTR 180. It is featured with advance specifications and also associated with most powerful engine. The bike is best power pick-up, performance, reliability, mileage or style, design and fully youth oriented bike.

TVS Apache bike is facing the strong competition with the bikes of other brands like Karizma ZMR Bajaj Pulsar 220 Yamaha R15, Honda Hunk. But still Apache is the best in the performance. There is huge difference in riding the Apache bike. This TVS Apache bike is loaded with the features like Digital Speedometer which gives the bike new and different look especially at night, Aerodynamic air scoops, Petal shaped disc brakes, LED tail lamps, digital display, wider rear tyre, re-styled silencer, Forged brake lever etc. These all features together make bike more exciting and interesting for the rider.

TVS Apache RTR 160 is powered by 159.7cc engine and ultra-modern features are set in the bike. The mileage gives by the bike is 45 to 50 kmpl. It can be called as a fuel injection technology. TVS Apache bike is born and raised for race track. The bike is the dream of every biker or racer. This TVS bike price in India is around Rs. 70, 000. The price of the bike is varying according to the city.

The Scary Truth About Obesity and Lifestyle Choices

It is unfortunate that many of today’s disease result from poor lifestyle choices. It is a known fact that diabetes mellitus 2, heart diseases, certain types of cancer, asthma, osteoarthritis and sleep apnea are caused by obesity. It has been labeled by several studies as “one of the leading preventable causes of death worldwide.”

The sad case is that obesity is preventable. If it’s not genetically caused, it is the result of poor diet and lack of exercise. Both are clearly lifestyle choices. Indeed, just how much hype is there about healthy eating and getting active, but still studies indicate disturbing statistics: between 110,000-350,000 deaths in the United States are attributed to obesity every year, and a staggering 1 million deaths in Europe are blamed on it. To be blunt, those whose excess weight are not hereditary or caused by endocrine disorders or mental illnesses, are choosing slow and painful deaths. This perception is rather scary because then you would look at obesity mortality rates as conscious choices to end one’s life.

OTHER CAUSES OF OBESITY: Medications, endocrine disorders and psychiatric illness.

When is a person is considered obese? The Body Mass Index (BMI) is the measurement used to determine if a person is overweight. This uses the following formula: BMI = mass (kg) / height (m)2 or mass (lb) / height (in) )2 x 703. According to the World Health Organization, those with a BMI between 25- 29.9 are overweight; 30-34.9 BMI, class I obesity; 35-39.9 BMI, class II obesity and 40 BMI, class III obesity. Meanwhile, those with a BMI of 18.5 and less are considered underweight. Those with BMI between 18.5-24.9 are considered to have normal weight.

Being overweight does not happen overnight. A person does not go to bed weighing 110 lbs and wakes up weighing 200 lbs the following day. It is a systematic process, deliberately or not, of choosing all the wrong foods and leading a sedentary lifestyle. However, that is the keyword: choice. People need to make smart choices about what and how they eat. We need to find time in our busy schedules to get some cardio activity (one that’s enjoyable for us) going. We need to make the decision to live well and healthy lifestyles. Apparently this decision-making process starts in the mind, which means once we have made our choices we must be strong-willed to carry it through.

This does not mean that you have to stop eating cakes and candies altogether, or you eliminate rice and potatoes from your diet. It does not mean training hard every day for the 10K marathon. By deciding on a healthy lifestyle, we also strive for balance. Life would be boring if there is no balance. In the same breath that the world would be in chaos if there is no balance of power.