Debunking numerous bodybuilding myths

Sai Vamshi’s voyage towards sustainable living encourages youth to stop binge-eating and start binge-exercising

By   |  Published: 28th Nov 2019  6:14 pmUpdated: 28th Nov 2019  7:19 pm

The connotation of a workout is to enhance oneself while keeping the body in sync and grooving. The notion of getting in shape doesn’t rest on fancy gyms or extravagant yoga sessions with ‘firangi’ instructors.

The only aphorism is about sticking to a thrilling routine for a longer period that boosts your energy levels and frame of mind at all times. While weight-training tones your body, incorporating cardio lets you achieve a balance.

Embracing in a bit of running post-workout can surely do wonders. However, stimulating core muscles by lifting weights will reinforce your body.

Sai Vamshi’s through sustainable living seeks to encourage the youth to stop binge-eating and start binge exercising. Being in fine form was his only mantra since he was a kid.

“Winning Mr Hyderabad 2019 was a dream come true. I never gave up even after losing twice, I tried hard to clear the phantoms from my head. Diligence kept me going till I left no stone unturned to achieve the impossible,” says the 23-year-old bodybuilder.

Intense exercising is indispensable when you want to shed those extra pounds, but portion control and diet are equally vital to have those perfect looking abs. It is easier to train the body when one is young; it can withstand any challenge thrown its way.

“As part of Mr Hyderabad competition, I had to follow a very strict diet with no carbohydrate intake, it was difficult as hell to sustain on just eggs and chicken one day prior to the big day. The kernel of truth is that you become what you practice, so feed in virtuous thoughts and prep harder to stay brawny for life,” says Sai.

For the busybees who cannot take out time from their everyday hustle and bustle can turn their work cubicle into a gym. Easy exercises like squats and stretching can improve the body composition and implementing proper technique will strengthen one’s core.

“Indulge in a physical activity such as swimming or cycling for about 30 minutes which will do just fine to stay fit. It’s absolutely baseless to think women who lift get burly, it is necessary to get your body back on track. I always push women to perform at least one load-bearing activity as it burns more calories and builds muscle,” suggests Sai.

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