Salman Khan who is playing the role of a wrestler in ‘Sultan’ has trained very hard for the movie. The movie has a very demanding physique for which Salman has undergo complete transformation and has exhausted the star because of the training and demanding schedule of the movie.
Salman is being trained by a Hollywood fight choreographer Larnell Stovall for the action sequences of the movie which has left the superstar in deep pain because of demanding routine for the training. Salman said "I am a wrestler who goes into MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). It’s a different league of fitness. I have been training for the past few weeks and my head, back and knee are hurting. Everything is hurting, actually,
Adding to this Salman said that this painful phase is going to end soon as if there is no pain, there is no gain. Salman to portray a wrestler had to gain about 14kgs and to gain such amount of muscle he had to maintain a greater balance between workout and diet which he had to do in a small period of about 3 weeks. To show difference is physique in such a small span of time is commendable. When asked about the amount of change he said "I’m already there but I need to fine-tune it a bit,”
For this intense training Salman had to eat right so that he could he keep up with his gaining schedule to gain about 14kgs of muscle and as they say that lean muscle is actually grown in the kitchen, So Salman had to keep a check on his diet regime.
Salman khan Diet regime:
Salman said "I eat correctly — I have my protein, chicken and fish. I need to train harder and be focussed, for that i have maintained my high protein needs”. Salman for sultan has a protein-rich diet comprising fish, egg white, meat, and milk to complement his intense workout regimen. According to Salman, the kind of food you eat is as important to the body as your workout.
Salman's Breakfast: 4 egg whites with low-fat milk