Rough & Rugged!

Health & Nutrition - - FITNESS FORUM -

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.”

Tough­est Mo­ment

“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

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