‘Fit is not healthy’, says entrepreneur Dilip Kumar while clarifying his tweet on Zerodha’s Nithin Kamath post-stroke revelation

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Entrepreneur Dilip Kumar recently offered a thought-provoking perspective on the concept of fitness in response to Zerodha co-founder Nithin Kamath’s revelation about his mild stroke. In a detailed post, Kumar challenged the common misconception that fitness equates to overall health. However, he clarified in his latest post on X, formerly Twitter and said,

I dint claim *I worked with* I said *I work with*

Nithin Kamath had been engaged in joint workouts and races, Kumar emphasized that he knows Kamath beyond the superficial judgments made on social media. 

He clarified that fitness comprises specific physical abilities like endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, and speed.

Contrary to the belief that athletes or celebrities represent the pinnacle of health and fitness, Kumar debunked this notion. He highlighted that even individuals who appear fit may not necessarily enjoy holistic health. Factors such as nutrition, stress, sleep quality, and underlying health conditions significantly contribute to one’s overall health status.

Kumar’s post underscored the importance of adopting a balanced approach to both fitness and health. While fitness plays a role in contributing to overall health, it does not guarantee it. He conveyed a clear message: finding equilibrium between fitness and health is crucial.

The insightful thread shared a few hours ago, has already garnered over 42,000 views. Dilip Kumar gained social media attention for his post about sending a cold mail to Nithin Kamath and securing funds. Both Kumar and Kamath had participated in the half-Ironman competition in Goa, showcasing their commitment to a holistic approach to well-being.

Nithin Kamath, the CEO of Zerodha, shared news about his mild stroke on February 26, attributing potential causes to stress, poor sleep, exhaustion, dehydration, and overworking.

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