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Dhoni and Salman Khan Praises Ananth Ambani For Losing 108 kg in 18 months

Superstar Salman Khan, who is known for his Muscle pack body, says he has Immense “Respect” for Reliance Industries owner Mukesh Ambani’s most youngest son Anant, who experienced a major weight reduction session in an only year and a half.

Dhoni and Salman Khan Praises Ananth Ambani  For Losing 108 kg in 18 months

Salman Khan, who is at present preparing for his upcoming Mixed Martial Arts Film “Sultan”, tweeted: “So happy to see Anant Ambani, lots of respect and so happy for him. Takes a lot of willpower to lose 108 kg in 18 months.”

Salman khan also imparted a selfie of himself along to the 21-year-old. In the photo shared on the small scale blogging site, Salman is seen brandishing a dark shirt while Anant looks smart in a high contrast polo neck T-shirt.

Indeed, even Indian Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni prior praised Anant’s “discipline and determination” over shedding pounds. Anant lost a normal of six kgs consistently – and that as well, the characteristic way, an authority said on Saturday.

For this, similar to his renowned family, he kept an “objective” – losing fat and getting completely fit by his 21st birthday, and accomplished it. To adhere to his dedication, he took after a strict regimen of zero-sugar, low-carb diet, alongside sufficient admission of fat and protein.

According to DC reports, he followed a very strict diet and exercised for about five-six hours daily.

As a child, Anant suffered from chronic asthma and his heavy medication lead to the drastic weight gain. There are many rumours about Anant undergoing a gastric bypass surgery, reportedly he chose the natural way and worked hard to loose weight. He maintained a strict diet. Apart from diet he used to regular practice yoga, cardio exercises

Anant also used to exercise 5-6 hours a day. From walking 21-km to doing yoga, Anant did it all with patience and motivation. His routine also included weight, training, functional training and high-intensity cardio exercise.


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