Tanuja Sodhi is an ex-Naval officer from the first batch of women officers in the Indian Navy. Today, she is a reputed nutritionist and fitness consultant who has also authored a book on child nutrition called "Parenting in the Age of McDonald's" by Rupa Publications. She is a recipient of SavitriPhule Excellence Award, 2017 given to women achievers in different walks of life. She is an avid marathoner and has run numerous full and half marathons, and an ultra marathon too. She started running in the year 2008 and has been a podium finisher in numerous races. She was adjudged The Runner of the Year and the Runner Up for the same in NCR in the years 2012 and 2013, respectively. She regularly conducts corporate workshops on the issues of women's wellness and parenting with special emphasis on nutrition and fitness. She regularly blogs on issues related to exercise, nutrition and wellnessin general for many reputed websites and for her own website - tanujasodhi.com.
Tanya Agarwal, a mother of 2 kids, an active yogini for 7 years and a runner since October 2014.
A passionate fitness propagator, she runs her motivational and fitness blog by the name of www.wellthyfit.com. It is her venture into making fitness an unmissable part of everyone's life. She blogs on workout ideas, running tips, motivation, expert interviews, travel, adventure, joy and life. Her blog is now a platform for accomplished runners and fitness enthusiasts who write and share their running and fitness expertise and experiences. Recently Tanya launched her YouTube channel where she guides people with her yoga workouts.
She has been a podium finisher at various runs and was awarded the title of Guiding Light by the NCR Running Community for her passionate work in the field of fitness. She spreads her love for Yoga by conducting yoga events in the NCR area. She holds a post graduate diploma in Management and coaches students for international exams.
Parul Sheth is a full time mother, full time runner, full time architect, and an author of a published book "The Running Soul: My Journey from Darkness to Light", which has sold over 3000 copies. She has run 8 full marathons, 30 Half marathons and several other races. Her personal best for a full marathon is 3:48, and she ran the prestigious Boston Marathon in April 2017.
She writes regularly on her blog "Therunningsoul.com", essays about her training, with motivation and tips for amateur runners. She would like to share her experience of running and living, to make a difference to others' lives to discover a life beyond the ordinary, to live a life without limits.
She now speaks at various corporate events, clubs and sports meets. She is also a certified Health and Wellness coach (ICF approved), certified Marathon Coach (ACSM certified).
Anupriya Kapur after years of chasing deadlines at various corporate jobs, followed by full time motherhood and now a work from home mom - I discovered running in 2009. There's been no looking back ever since. Having participated in numerous races in India and the Philippines - which include half marathons, full marathons and ultra runs on road and on trails - I've been averaging over 100 kms a month.
She writes regularly on her blog "momontherun.in", since running has been my source of fitness and positive energy for so many years now, my endeavor is to help people realize that it's a recreation meant for everyone. Running does not need a special talent, time or place. I have no lineage nor history in sports. And, I have been running in all weathers, all terrains, through relocation, stress, common health bugs, a growing child and social commitments.