Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan, popular as Salman Khan, is the superstar of Indian cinema who has inspired many with his extraordinary body. Nicknamed as the “Shirtless Wonder” of Bollywood, Salman is a fitness freak who does not like to skip his workout routine. When he has a tight schedule, he may choose to exercise at 2 am in the night. This speaks for the discipline and dedication that has earned him so much fame and success in his career. Let us find out more about the fitness secret of this famous Indian actor.
Earlier Salman had a special interest in spicy Indian and Italian foods. Pav bhajis, ice creams, and pizzas were his favorite. When he appointed Manish Advilkar as his gym trainer, Salman’s diet and exercise schedule was completely restructured to achieve the best possible results. He now has a protein-rich diet comprising fish, egg white, meat, and milk to complement his intense workout regimen. According to Salman, the kind of food you eat is as important to the body as your workout. Therefore, he not just concentrates on an extensive exercise routine but also avoids processed and sugary foods of all types. He burns 3000 calories each day with his rigorous workouts.
We already had a glimpse of Salman’s magnificent body in movies such as Wanted, Veer, and Kick. Remarkably, the superstar has maintained his astounding physique for the last 20 years. So, what is the secret behind his strong, muscular body? His fitness trainer has revealed that Salman is a hard working guy who does some unbelievable stuff that many would not even dare to try. He does 2000 sit-ups, 1000 push-ups, or 500 abdominal crunches daily. He trains for a minimum of 3 hours each day. While in the gym, he concentrates on exercising his abs, biceps, and triceps. He loves cycling and jogging and may cycle for 10kms a day.
On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, he mainly concentrates on weight training.
On Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, his focus shifts to abs and cardio exercises
On Sunday, he takes rest.
Staying fit and vibrant like Salman Khan is not easy