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Ab roller on travel & kids on my back, adding fun to routine: Sankalp Chopra

| Updated on May 22, 2020 Published on May 22, 2020

1. I try to hit the gym at least three to four times a week. I prefer early morning workouts. But as long as I can spare one to two hours anytime of the day to work out, it is a sure shot uplifter. My key focus is on overall fitness and my usual workout involves weightlifting at least three times a week and cardio-based workouts at least once a week.

2. Cycling is another sport I have recently been inclined to and have found it fun and a great workout. The days I am occupied, a simple drop-down and a few sets of push-up variations, which can be done anytime and anywhere, do the job for me.

3. While travelling, I tag along my ab roller with me for doing short body-weight workouts, including core strength exercises.

4. When I miss gym, both my kids, especially my daughter, assists me with simple body-weight exercises. She sits on my back to add extra weight for push-ups or for core workouts, making the whole workout routine so much more fun.

5. I usually take a very regulated diet high in protein and fibres, along with a good proportion of carbs. I start the day with a heavy breakfast consisting of four whole eggs toast, peanut butter and an espresso and end it with a light dinner with loads of salad and some cheese and fruits.

Sankalp Chopra is the CEO & Co-Founder of Aelius Parallel Holding

Published on May 22, 2020

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