Health Shtick: Cardio tennis with Chris Judd

As they say, a change is as a good as a rest. And rest certainly wasn’t on the agenda when comedian Dilruk Jayasinha tried his hand (or rather every part of his body) at a cardio tennis session with Chris Judd.

OneLife  staff writer

OneLife staff writer

Staff writer

Comedian Dilruk Jayasinha has always struggled with his health, but he’s got a major health kick underway. And AIA’s Move Well ambassador, Chris Judd, is on hand to help him take things up a notch in our series The Health Shtick – starting with a friendly rally on the tennis court.

Or so Dil thought.

Turns out Juddy has a bit of a surprise up the sleeve of his whites in the form of Fitbit cardio tennis – an intense heart-rate raising group activity. And it’s not easy.

But with his Silver Logie on the line, will Dil rise to the challenge? Or will it be game, set and match to Juddy?

OneLife  staff writer

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