Late actor Siddharth Shukla is one of the most loved stars of Indian television. He enjoyed massive fan following on social media, which only increased after his massive victory in Bigg Boss 13. Moreover, his powerful performances and awe-inspiring acting were loved by many.
While he was blessed with irresistible good looks, he was also a big health Enthusiastic and often seen sweating it out in the gym to maintain his hot-bod. Let us now get to know the fitness regime of the Dil Se Dil Tak actor.
siddharth fitness routine
According to OnlyMyHealth.com, Siddharth Shukla has been going to the gym since the age of 14. He created a weight training routine after his weight loss and looking better than ever. He goes to the gym 6 days a week and spends 2 hours a day. He focused more on weight training.
Last year, rumors started swirling that the Broken But Beautiful 3 actor was on a crash diet following the news of his death. According to a report in Bollywood Life, his fitness trainer Sonu Chaurasia rubbished all the rumors and claimed that the actor loved home-cooked food. He used to balance his workout sessions by doing weight training in the morning and cardio in the evening.
Sidharth had also once shared his workout plan in a video, “My fitness mantra would be to workout and do really intense workouts. I don’t like to waste much time when I am working out. I also make sure that I don’t take my mobile phone to the gym just because I feel that there is a lot of need to concentrate while working out. You need to be completely focused on what you are doing.”
“So what I do is, when I’m working any part of the body, I finish the set, and get on the treadmill and run for a minute. Once, I’m done with it, I get back to my workouts. So, I don’t waste a lot of time. I’m constantly active and burning a lot of calories. That’s what I love, because by the time I leave the gym, I’m completely out Need to leave, that’s when I think wow, this is a good workout day,” said Siddharth Shukla.
siddharth shukla diet
Talking about his diet plan, Siddharth consumes oats, protein shake or eggs for breakfast. In lunch, he likes to eat simple food like dal, roti and vegetables. His dinner consists mostly of protein based food like roti (roti) made from barley. Sidharth has the occasional cheat day but later burns extra calories by using the stairs and not the lift to reach the apartment.