Rough & Rugged!
Debutant at the Kabaddi World Cup last year, Mohit Chillar has already won the hearts of kabaddi fans all over the country. This season, Mohit is all set to establish his home state Haryana Steelers as one of the best teams in Pro Kabaddi league. He speaks on his keepfit formulas...
“My routine differs - whether I am at home, in camp or playing matches. “At home, it’s mostly a lot of ingenious methods of training - working in the farms, and gymming in the evening. At camps and competitions, it is much more rigorous. “I do two highintensity training sessions which involve gymming, strength and conditioning and technical training. The sessions are generally once in the morning and evening so that the body gets enough time to recover.”
“I always eat homecooked food, and if that is not possible, I try to find home-made food. I keep away from carbs and eat food high in protein. My diet is purely focused on muscle building.”
Handling Mental Pressure
“If I get on to the mat thinking that there is pressure to perform, I will limit my performance. One needs to believe that you are here in this position because you deserve it and you have to give it your best shot.”
“The Kabaddi World Cup finals.The match was hard-hitting but the will to win it for the country, was above all else. “Thankfully, we held our nerves and India continued to be the kabaddi force that it is.” HARSHA ADVANI