Vidyut Jamwal was born on December 10, 1980 in Jammu, India. He is a well known Bollywood actor, model and martial artist. He made his Bollywood debut with action movie “Force” acting alongside John Abraham and earned his first Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut for his solid performance in the film.
Vidyut is passionate about fitness and prefers to do his stunts himself without the use of cables and body doubles. He’s practicing kalaripayattu (an Indian martial arts form) since he was 3 years old and Vidyut Jamwal’s workout routine is a mix of gymnastics and martial arts. He is the next gen action hero of Bollywood and is all set to turn many heads again with his great body and action in his upcoming film “Bullet Raja”. So, let’s get to the details of Vidyut Jamwal’s workout routine and his diet plan.
Vidyut Jamwal Physical Stats
Vidyut Jamwal Height: 5’ 11”
Vidyut Jamwal Weight: 158 lbs
Vidyut Jamwal Diet Plan
Vidyut Jamwal is a hardcore vegetarian and an ardent supporter of PETA. He does not believe in dieting and eats six small meals throughout the day. Vidyut Jamwal diet routine is as follows;
- A bowl of muesli before hitting the gym
- Idlis for breakfast.
- Dal, veggies and roti for lunch
- His evening snack is one plate upma
- For dinner he prefers some veggies and roti
- He also eats a lot of seasonal fruits. Vidyut take a protein shake after each workout session and rely on tofu for his protein intake.
Vidyut Jamwal Workout Routine
Being a fitness freak, Vidyut Jammwal works out for 6 to 8 hours in a day. In the morning his workout is between 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM as for the evening workout he manages time between 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. He takes a break from his rigorous workout regimen only when he thinks his body needs some rest. His regular workout comprises of 2 days of mixed martial arts training and 4 days of weight training. Vidyut does not prefer spending too much time in the gym and goes there for strength training only.
Monday- Back and Biceps
3 sets of cable row of 5-6 reps
2 sets of T-bar row of 12-15 reps
3 sets of EZ-bar curls of 8-10 reps
3 sets of hammer curls of 8-10 reps with each arm
2 sets of reverse barbell curls of 12-15 reps
3 sets of chin-ups of 8-10 reps
Tuesday- Chest and Triceps
3 sets of barbell bench press of 4-6 reps
3 sets of incline bench press of 4-8 reps
3 sets of rope push-downs of 10 reps
2 sets of cable flyes of 13 reps
3 sets of skull crushers of 8-10 reps
2 sets of triceps kickbacks of 12-15 reps
20 minutes run on treadmill
2 sets of dumbbell lunges of 8 reps with each leg
2 sets of dumbbell reverse lunges of 8 reps with each leg
3 sets of stiff leg deadlifts of 8-10 reps
2 sets of shrugs of 12-13 reps
2 sets of dumbbell side lateral raise of 10 reps with each arm
2 sets of dumbbell front lateral raise of 10 reps with each arm
3 sets of seated dumbbell press of 6-8 reps
3 sets of upright row of 6-8 reps