Hardik Pandaya Diet and Workout Plan

Hardik Pandya is one of India’s star cricketer but things have not been quite easy for the man too. He faced financial issues and there had been a time when he used to survive only at Maggie. But thankfully things changed and for much better. Hardik has now resources to his aide and thus he is also fully concentrating on his workout and diet routine.

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Hardik Pandaya Workout Plan
Hardik Pandaya Workout Plan

Hardik is a huge fan of Virat Kohli’s dedication towards fitness. Pandaya says

“Virat is far ahead of us in fitness and awareness. He sets the tone for younger players. I see him and observe a lot of his patterns. He never misses any of his training schedule, his gym sessions. He has shown us the value of eating on time, training on time and, most importantly, sleeping on time.” 

Hardik Pandya’s Workout Routine

He has been sharing various workout videos on his social media sites. His favorite and core workouts include –

  • Heavyweight lifting
  • Bench press
  • Pull Ups
  • Push Ups
  • Weighted squats

This has substantially improved his bowling speed. Earlier he was able to bowl only at130 KM/hour but now his speed has improved to 140 KM/hour.

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Hardik Pandya’s Diet Plan

Since starting he has been only consuming homemade food. But when he started to bulk up his body, then his attention shifted towards healthier food options.

He increased his protein intake but continues to have homemade and simple food items.

Breakfast –

His breakfast options include

  • Coconut water, tea/coffee/green tea, fresh juices
  • Pineapple, banana, orange, avocado,
  • Corn flakes, wheat flakes, choco pops with skimmed milk
  • Raisin, almonds, jam, honey for toppings
  • Sliced brown bread, multi-grain bread, white bread
  • Low-fat cheese
  • Shredded chicken
  • Tuna
  • Boiled eggs
  • Sliced tomatoes, cucumber, onion, lettuce

Lunch –

  • Soup – vegetable, sweet corn, tomato
  • Bread rolls, naan, roti
  • Sliced vegetable salads with lemon wedges, green chilies, beetroot salad
  • Steamed rice, curd rice
  • Chicken kabab, chicken Manchurian
  • Various kinds of dal
  • Seasonal vegetables like bhindi
  • Low-fat curd
  • Papad, pickle
  • Fruit salad, yogurt, coconut water,

Evening snacks –

  • Tandoori chicken sandwich
  • Mutton wraps
  • Fruitcakes, cookies, biscuits
  • Tea/coffee/green tea

Dinner –

  • Soup -vegetable, Manchow, tomato
  • Vegetable salad, fruit salad
  • Low-fat curd and yogurt
  • Steamed rice
  • Chicken Makhani
  • Yellow Dal
  • Different paneer dishes
  • Roti and naan
  • Fruit platter

 

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