New mommy Sania Mirza is taking her fans on a journey with her. No, we are not talking about a holiday, it is her journey to fitness after her pregnancy.Sania Mirza has been sharing small clips under the Mumma Hustles hashtags and has been sharing how difficult it was for her to go back to the gym and continue going back. She also speaks about how she reached a stage where she felt healthy and confident with her body again.The latest video that she shared is captioned, “Day 4-Getting into it. And it was all about strength training with a bit of cardio since I still needed to drop weight but also needed to be strong for my sport.”In the caption, she gave away the entire routine of her workout, “It consisted of – 2 km warm-up on a treadmill followed by a lot of stretches and exercises to loosen my lower back and hips. Since my body was adapting to so much exercise after a while, needed to make sure I stay injury-free.””Bench press – 4 sets of 10 (try and increase the weight with every set and decrease reps)Lat pull downs – 4 sets x 12 repsForward moving jumps 4 sets x 12 repsGlutal kick backs – 4 sets x 12 repsDead lifts – I started with 15 kilos 4 setsAssisted push up – 4 sets of 12Bodyweight squats – 4 sets of 20Ski abs – 4 sets of 24Burpees – 4 sets of 8Leg press – 4 sets x 6And finally 20 mins of running cooldown on 9 km. It’s all about muscle memory, when I started I didn’t think I could do any of it but you’ll be amazed how quickly the muscle, body and mind adapt to exercise #mummahustles”Sania gave birth to her baby boy Izhaan in October last year with husband, Shoaib Malik.ALSO READ | Sania Mirza shares her difficult journey of feeling fit again post pregnancy. Viral videoALSO READ | Sania Mirza lost 26kg in 4 months post pregnancy. Her weight-loss transformation video is viralALSO WATCH | Sania Mirza wore the cutest outfit to her baby shower
zoom The European Commission has approved French container line CMA CGM’s plan to buy German short sea shipping operator Oldenburg-Portugiesische Dampfschiffs-Rhederei (OPDR).Both OPDR and CMA CGM (through its subsidiary MacAndrews) are active in intra-European short sea container shipping, including port-to-port as well as door-to-door activities.The EC concluded that the proposed take-over would raise no competition concerns in light of a number of factors.Firstly, the low switching costs for customers, who can also use alternative means of transport, such as road or rail.Secondly, the low barriers for new or existing competitors to enter or expand their services by adding new ships or new ports of call to the intra-EEA short-sea shipping market; and thirdly, the low overall size of the affected markets.The transaction was examined under the ordinary EU merger review procedure.OPDR owns and operates a fleet of eight container ships ranging in capacity from 690 TEU to 1,008 TEU, as well as two 500 TEU/885lm Con/Ro ships.The ten vessels, built from 2002 to 2008, operate on routes linking ports in North Europe, the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal, the Canary Islands and Madeira, as well as Northern and Western Africa.The company also owns about 10,000 containers of different types.