Actor Ajaz Khan speaks about his amazing body transformation!
Sylvester Stallone has always been my idol. I was always into health but I wanted to push my body beyond my limit as an action hero. I started working on my body harder for my upcoming movie ‘Lakeer Ka Fakeer’ sequel and a South Indian movie.
I do weight training every day. I wake up in the morning and do 45 minutes of cardio on empty stomach and then have my breakfast. In the evening, I work out for one-and-ahalf hour with 30 repetitions of each workout and with variations for each body part. Apart from regular gymming, I try to do other workouts as well – like cycling or beach running. I do MMA twice a week as I love martial arts. I feel it is important to enjoy your workout routine and hence changing fitness routines is necessary.
For about five to six days in a week, I am on a strict diet with my diet comprising high protein, less fat and low carbs. I also make sure I take all my multivitamin supplements along with my protein shakes twice a day. Breakfast: Oatmeal with blueberry and kiwi, six egg whites with one brown bread. Lunch: Chicken and veggies with brown rice. Dinner: Fish or chicken with vegetables. Midnight: Apple or protein shake. Cheat meal: Chicken or beef burgers, pizzas and ice creams.
Fighting mental stress:
To release my mental stress, I either do an intense workout, watch movie or spend quality time with my wife and son by taking them out for dinner.
Guide for new beginners:
Everything comes in time. You don’t gain muscles overnight. Go slow and steady, as muscle-building is all about maturity, intensity and patience. Don’t try to push your body beyond y y your capabilities p and harm yourself.
Go slow and steady, as muscle-building is all about maturity, intensity and patience.