Jinder Mahal Explains His Training Regimen And His Life As A Champion

It's obvious over the last year that Jinder Mahal has worked hard to craft a completely new body from the one he used to have. So how does he do it?

He spoke to Sportakeeda recently while on a promotional tour of India. Mahal explained how he maintains his ripped physique. 

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I only drink water; water, black coffee and protein shakes. So I don't count calories, but every meal I get about 30-40 gms. proteins, 30-40 gms. carbohydrates. Follow me on Instagram to see what I'm eating, how I'm training.

It's been nice to be in India the last couple of days, and I've been eating all the Indian food I want.

He also talked about his life as WWE champion, all while getting another plug in for the India tour in December. 

First thing I do is empty stomach cardio. Before I have breakfast, I do cardio. I eat breakfast, go to the gym, train for about two hours, I stretch, I do sauna, I do the weights. Get a little bit of rest. And then I have to perform every night. Average of four days a week.

We go to the event and perform. Then we drive two or three hours, go to the next town and perform. Rest is very important because I train hard. I have a tough match every night defending the WWE Championship.

I want to keep my performance really high because I want to come into the Live Events in December in India in tip-top shape. I will be defending the WWE Championship against the challenger Kevin Owens.

WWE will be in New Dehli on December 8 and 9. It's a Raw brand show, but Jinder Mahal will be on the shows defending the WWE title against Kevin Owens.  

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