Happy Birthday Prateik Babbar! Check out the actor’s fitness secrets
28 Nov 2022, 09:59
3 min read
Bollywood actor Prateik Babbar who made his acting debut with Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na, turns 36 years old today.
He has struggled with substance abuse in the past. From braving it to getting his life in order and getting back into shape, Prateik Babbar’s story is nothing short of inspiring.
On his birthday, let’s take a look at his health regime.
Babbar loves mixed martial arts
The actor likes to mix up his weekly routine with various forms of training to stay in shape.
Mostly, he does four days of weight training and the remaining three days of mixed martial arts (MMA) training.
He keeps changing his regime and prefers to mix both the training. The actor’s chiseled physique is a testimony to his dedication and focus.
He has a love-hate relationship with been day
He works with three personal trainers – Rohit Nair, Ryan Fernandes and Manish Advilkar.
Nait helps him with mixed martial arts training. Fernandes and Advilkar guide him in weight training.
For him, fitness has more to do with simple, healthy tricks than heavy gym equipment.
Leg days are the worst, yet the best for him, he has a love-hate relationship with leg days.
Here’s what the ‘Dhobi Ghat’ actor’s diet plan looks like
Prateik Babbar is very careful about what he eats.
For breakfast he eats 10 egg whites with two yolks, followed by oatmeal and toast.
His lunch and dinner consists of white meat and lots of green vegetables.
Babbar keeps changing his meals according to the season, but he eats home-cooked food cooked in much less oil and spices.
Mark Wahlberg’s physique is his ultimate body goal
As for his idols, he follows all MMA fighters.
Apart from them, Dwayne Johnson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Israel Adesanya and Mark Wahlberg are among his ideals.
Mark Wahlberg’s physique is his ultimate body goal, he revealed Men’s World India in an interview, saying, “He’s definitely the ultimate body goal for many, including me.”
His workout doesn’t include much cardio
His workout doesn’t include much cardio because he needs to maintain his muscle density.
This is why his diet includes very few carbohydrates and intense workouts.
He spends only a few minutes on cardio exercises and only 10 minutes on the conveyor belt.
If he skips the gym, he takes his dog out for a long run, which also helps him burn calories.