Another box office king (he’s literally known as the badshah, or king, of Bollywood), Khan credits his cut physique to a high protein, low carb diet and loads of water—at least 2-3 liters a day, per The Times of India.
The vegetarian and martial arts master (he’s been training in MA since he was three) told The Times of India that he works out up to seven hours a day in three to four hour intervals. (People with real jobs need not apply to this regimen.)
Abraham, a pescatarian, says his “aim is to live and die with a six pack” and we think he’s on his way. His body commandments? Stick to carbs in the morning so you can burn them off before bed, get eight hours of sleep a night, and eat enough calories to build muscle. (He’s chowed on 30 egg whites a day to get there.)
The former skinny kid relies on kettlebells, ropes, and tire throws to pack on muscle, eating up to eight meals a day to jumpstart his metabolism, per The Times of India. Some muscle-building food favorites: oats and eggs for breakfast, lean meats like fish and chicken, good carbs like sweet potatoes and brown rice, along with healthy fats like olive oil and peanut butter, says his trainer.
Malhotra’s fitness motto is to watch your back (literally.) After focusing on powerlifting in Delhi, he moved to Bombay where, he told GQ India, he learned how important it is to work on your core and lower back.
He’s an admitted sucker for sweets (chocolate, to be exact) but Singh gives that and more up while prepping for body-conscious roles, he toldThe Times of India. He chows down on only fish, broccoli, turkey, and green tea, and squeezes in two-a-day workouts of cardio and isolated strength training.
Khan knows a thing or two about getting big; he put on over 50 pounds to play an aging wrestler this year, then was tasked to lose it to shoot scenes of himself as a younger man, according to News Nation.