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Actor Tanuj Virwani spills the beans on his fitness and diet regime

Actor, director and producer Tanuj Virwani is undergoing a rigorous fitness training for his upcoming role. He tells us about his fitness and diet.

Written by Aishwarya Vaidya |Updated : May 3, 2018 5:59 PM IST

Tanuj Virwani, who featured in flicks like One Night Stand , alongside Sunny Leone and Luv U Soniyo and Purani Jeans , swears by his fitness and diet routine. He believes that mental well-being is essential along with the physical well-being. Tanuj who is set to direct his first web series, doesn t advocate crash diets and emphasizes on giving up vices.

Tanuj is very much disciplined about his fitness routine and says, Since I am essaying the character of Vayu Raghavan, a cricketer in the season 2 of 'Inside Edge', I am working towards moulding my physicality. I do cardio and weight training. I am focusing on each and every muscle. Every day, I work on different body parts. This, in turn, gives me the chance to recover while I am training my other body parts. There is no point if I m only working out my arms and neglecting my legs. Everything must look proportionate. Also, proper sleep and good nutrition are essential.


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Tanuj makes sure that he exercises while travelling. I try to walk and cycle a lot. That also gives me the chance to explore a place on foot. Moderation is the key. Even on a vacation, you must balance out what you eat and how much you exert yourself physically.

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Speaking about his diet he says, I follow a low-carb diet, lots of veggies, egg whites and a good amount of proteins. My cheat food juicy steak burger or mutton biryani and chaat. I love to eat spicy food but I have cut down on the same as it is not good for health. Artificial sweeteners and preservatives are a strict no-no."

Tanuj lists out few fitness tips:

  • Get at least 7 hours of sound sleep
  • Don t sleep with your mobile next to you as the radiation is harmful
  • Include fruits and vegetables in your diet and avoid alcohol and caffeine
  • Set realistic goals which are easy to achieve or one tends to get de-motivated
  • Do not take any supplements as they can cause side-effects in the long run

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Tanuj signs off by saying, Mental well-being is essential along with the physical well-being. Being mentally fit can help you to be more receptive towards your workouts. Remember, there is no substitute for hard work.

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