Model or a lawyer? Well, he is both. Let’s get going as he takes us onto his journey of success.
Always reminding himself of the goals he has been setting, Vishal Sukhwani is a lawyer-turned-model. He could not believe himself as he saw himself becoming a lawyer and now he has set his eyes on becoming one of the biggest models. We got into a conversation with our first fitness cover model as we went to know him better. Excerpts.
Q- We have heard you are a lawyer; then, how did you get in to modelling?
A- Yes, I am a lawyer. I started modelling way before I pursued law.
Q- When did you start training yourself?
A-I started training when I was 18 years-old. My ultimate goal had always been to remain fit and healthy while I maintain a balance at work and personal life.
My ultimate goal had always been to remain fit and healthy while I maintain a balance at work and personal life.
Q- How do you stay motivated?
A- I always remind myself of the goals I have set, what I have achieved and am excited about what next.
Q- What is your current workout routine?
A- My current workout routine:
1. Five minutes warm-up (skipping, jumping jacks)
2. 50 Push-ups
3. 30 pull ups
4. 25 squats Then, I devote each day to different body parts.
Tuesday: Back and calves with 15 minutes of cardio after workout.
Wednesday: chest and abs
Thursday: rest day
Friday: Arms and triceps and abs
Saturday: Shoulders and 15 minutes of cardio after workout.
Shoulders and 15 minutes of cardio after workout.
Q- What is your diet like?
A- I begin my day by drinking one litre lukewarm water and for breakfast, I mostly take three-four slices of brown bread with egg whites and one glass of juice. I take around five meals in a day so mid-morning, I eat salads. Post that, my lunch is mostly brown rice with lentils or chickpeas with curd. My evening snacks include coffee with two digestive biscuits and I end the day with wholesome dinner which includes either boiled chicken/ vegetables or grilled vegetables or scrambled eggs with vegetables.
Q- What gives you the best results when trying to get lean?
A- For me, it has always been my metabolic rate which stays around 2000.
For me, it has always been my metabolic rate which stays around 2000.
Q- How much water should a person consume in a day? And how much do you consume?
A- I drink at least five litres of water a day as it helps your body in removing waste. It protects tissues, spinal cord and joints as well. Drinking enough water can have a positive effect on your health, well-being, skin, sleep, concentration, and overall performance.
Q- What are the main benefits of swimming?
A- According to me, following are the benefits:
- Keeps your heart rate up, so it is a good aerobic exercise.
- Builds endurance, muscle strength, and cardiovascular fitness.
- Helps maintain a healthy weight, healthy heart, and lungs.
- Tones muscles and builds strength.
- Builds stamina.
Builds endurance, muscle strength, and cardiovascular fitness.
Q- Is swimming better for weight loss?
A- Yes, swimming is better for weight loss as it is allows your body a fitness regime that is not part specific but takes care of it wholly. Of course, it burns a lot of calories.
Q- How long do you rest after a perfect swim or a workout?
A- I rest for at least eight hours a day. It helps the body recover fast and keeps it healthy. Another important thing that comes with sleep is schedule. I make a pattern to go to bed around the same time every night and wake up around the same time every morning. This will train your body to know when to recover and will make the process easier eventually.
This will train your body to know when to recover and will make the process easier eventually.