Having a healthy lifestyle is not an option anymore, it is mandatory. Luckily Social Diary is here to motivate you with fitness routine of your favorite celebrities! This week Junaid Khan shares his routine with us all.
- What’s your morning routine?
The first thing I take in the morning is ispaghol in water. After that I take a tablespoon of low fat yogurt. These things are a must for me!
- What is your usual workout routine like?
I workout almost five days a week. Each day I have a different workout, which is focused on different area of my body. For instance, one day I will work out on my bicep/triceps, chest/back, legs and cardio.
- How important is breakfast for you? What do you have in it?
Breakfast is very important. It is the kick start meal of the day, which helps in having a comfortable day. I have a single multi grain toast, with an egg or a kebab. Multigrain is the best, way better than brown, white or whole-wheat bread. I have a light breakfast, which I have customized to meet my needs and calorie intake. With my age the focus is on having calorie deficit meals.
- What does being fit mean to you?
Being fit means a lot to me because I love my life and I want to enjoy it max, which is only possible with being fit.
- What is your take on junk food?
I love food. I am a Lahori so I am a huge foodie. One reason behind staying fir is so that I can enjoy food. I eat almost everything, but I do make sure that I do not over consume bad carbs, such as naan, rice, and other such things.
- How often do you indulge in a cheat meal? Do you think it is important to stay fit?
I have regular cheat meals. But I do not consume unhealthy carbs as I mentioned. If I am craving paye or nihari I will have them with a spoon. Other than this food like parathay and rice I only have them once a week.
- Do you follow any particular diet? Such as keto, paleo, vegetarian?
I do not. My diet is focused on restricting complex carbs and having a calorie deficit, just a tad bit. It is necessary to have moderate portions of food. You should not cut off the major groups of food from your diet like proteins, carbs and fats. The key is to eat in moderation.