The chiseled body and the arresting jawline of Karan Singh Grover has attracted him to thousands of fans since he appeared in the TV serial, Dill Mill Gayye. KSG started his acting career with Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi and became went on to become a heartthrob with the medical youth drama, Dill Mill Gayye, where he played the role of Dr. Armaan Malik. The millenium actor is known for his muscular body and physique. On April, 2016 he married to Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu.
Karan Singh Grover is a true fitness freak, Today here we've brought KSG's secret to Six-packs abs for your inspiration that you can follow to get a body like him.
Does combination of different workouts
According to fitness freak Karan Singh Grover, one's focus should not be only on cardios or weight training, but they should also try to include different types of exercises.
Your diet is important
Your body needs proteins, fats, minerals and carbohydrates. Hire a nutritionist who can tell you exactly what your body needs and how much you need it. The food you intake has a huge effect on your overall health, so it is necessary to eat a small meal every two to three hours to keep your metabolic rate high.
Find time to workout
You should be regular to your workout to stay in shape. Even then also when you are having a bad day, go to the gym and workout. You will feel better by the end of the workout session as your brain releases endorphins when you exercise and also makes you feel happy.
Your aim should be to stay healthy and fit
Once you concentrate on being fit and healthy, your body will transform accordingly. The fat of your body will start decreasing and your six-packs will definitely appear. The chiseled body is a by product of regular workout and healthy eating. This will not only help you to get six-packs abs but will make you fit, strong and healthy from inside.
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