Farhan Akhtar Workout

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Farhan Akhtar Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Farhan Akhtar Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Farhan Akhtar has built and maintained during his career. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!

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When we are researching workouts for different anime characters, celebrities, cartoon characters, athletes, politicians, etc… We go through a fairly large deep dive into the data we can find available through books, movies, comic books, interviews, articles that have been written, and we often even reach out to contact the individuals to gather data if at all possible. Then using our education and knowledge we formulate workout information based on what the research and outreach information obtained.

Farhan Akhtar Stats:

Height: 5’7

Weight: (approximate) 155 lbs.

(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

Age: 45 years old

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Farhan Akhtar Workout:

Farhan Akhtar Workout: First Session

Farhan along with Melwyn Crasto used to meet up at Priyadarshani Park at 6: 30 am for the athletic training. The focus of this training was to teach Farhan about professional printing so that he can convincingly play the sprinting sequences in the movie. Farhan says with this training, he became almost a professional runner.

This routine including 3 major components of running – upper leg motion, knee lift and push off. Milkha Singh had a typical pattern of running, his right hand used to bend inwards while sprinting and with Melwyn’s coaching Farhan was able to capture that. Each session, Farhan would sprint for 1200 meters.

Farhan Akhtar Workout: Second Session

The second workout session (6 hours after morning session) involves functional training with Coach Samir Jaura. The functional training focused on strengthening the core as well as enhances flexibility which is of importance for a sprinter. Routines involved included climbing up the rope with weights on the legs, hanging down and several abdominal exercises. This session took about 1.5 hours to 2 hours. He used to do 12 sets consisting of 15 reps of pushups, pull ups, high knees and 10 such exercises.

The third session of the day commenced at 6 pm consisting of weight training. The routines focused on Hypertrophy Strength Training (HST) and Tabata. The HST helped in gaining muscles by subjecting the body to increasing loads.  In the first 6 months of the training, 3 months were dedicated to HST. Samir had laid down a special 12 week program for Farhan.

Farhan Akhtar Workout: Third Session

The third session of the day commenced at 6 pm consisting of weight training. The routines focused on Hypertrophy Strength Training (HST) and Tabata. The HST helped in gaining muscles by subjecting the body to increasing loads.  In the first 6 months of the training, 3 months were dedicated to HST. Samir had laid down a special 12 week program for Farhan.

Abs: Working on the abdomen, Farhan used to do 12 sets of crunches involving 200 repetitions each. Thus, each day with each session, he used to do 2400 crunches. He also did side benches, leg raises and several other abdominal routines.

Legs: Since Farhan was playing the role of a sprinter, his legs had to be in perfect condition. For this, he work out plan involved a set of 300 repetitions of each – lunges, leg press, leg extensions, squats and jump squats. This was followed by 100 calf raises.

Biceps: Those incredibly pumped up biceps were a result of a rigorous work out plan including cable work outs, curls, concentration curls and preacher curls etc.

After 3 months, he moved on to Tabata which is a special and a tough module. Tabata involved achieving the maximum number of repetitions in a given time span. His Tabata session included 8 to 10 sets of several routines with each set lasting for about 90 seconds. Two muscle groups focused on a body like shoulder and legs, chest and biceps and back and triceps etc.

For the athletic version, when Farhan had to lose weight, his routine consisted of weight training and endurance training. Each day, he used to focus on two muscle groups. The routine involved 15 sets with 100 repetitions each. After a year, he completed his training and by then he had only 5 percent body weight.

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