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Farhan Akhar fitness regime for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag Movie

Farhan Akhtar is on a new level. First, their production has been raking in the moolah Talaash at the box office and secondly, his phone has not stopped ringing the weekend. The director turned actor has been receiving calls from people congratulating him on his chiseled body in the first look of his next Bhaag, Milkha Bhaag (BMB).

A source close to the actor says, "Farhan has worked hard to achieve the perfect body for BMB. Has been religiously following an exercise routine that athletes continue for almost two years. Has been through various training sessions, that only athletes suffer. "

The teaser was attached with Talaash BMB and since then, Farhan has been inundated with praise. The source says: "In all his previous films, Farhan has had a very poor. This is the first time he has worked on his body as well. And play Milkha Singh meant I had to follow the rules of the runners, which is very difficult. athlete is as convenient as now. "

Apparently, the shot that caught the attention of most people was when Farhan was shown running topless. The source says, "When Farhan was running shirtless on the track, you can clearly see his body torn."

Incidentally, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is set to release on July 12, which is the same weekend as last year Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara released. The film, which is directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, is a biography of the legendary runner Milkha Singh.

A spokesman on behalf of Farhan Akhtar says, "Yes, Farhan has been receiving a great response after the teaser released. Has worked on achieving the look for a long time. There's a lot more to it, that remains to be seen" .

Run like Farhan

1. The Lydiard hill workout: It involves running uphill, knee lifts and vigorous arm movement that best seems to run in slow motion.

2. Altitude training: Training in the mountain trails where you manage long runs, steep slopes, fast running downhill in bursts, and plenty of rest between workouts to maximize recovery.

3. Cycling: A weekly session of repetitions on a bicycle to a mountain. The main advantage of such training is the lack of shake legs in the downhill between each repetition.

4. Long repeats: an excellent session to improve cardiovascular fitness, both in the period before and during the training phase is to concentrate repetitions of a kilometer or more, slightly faster than race pace of 10 km on flat dirt roads or wavy.

5. Running stairs: a weekly or biweekly repeats the steps of a building with 12 or more plants.

6. Biofeedback: A biofeedback monitoring personnel to prevent diseases and injuries should be a high priority and a daily training diary to keep up.