Tiger Shroff Fitness Workout

Bollywood Celebrity Fitness and Workouts.

Jai Hemanta Shroff, also known as Tiger Shroff is an extremely talented individual and one of the rising superstars of Bollywood. He is the son of Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff. Tiger Shroff made his Bollywood debut in 2014 in the movie Heropanti. Tiger is a trained martial artist and parkour specialist who is admired for his death-defying movie stunts.

Tiger is a very talented football player and initially he wanted to play professional football. Since football does not have the level of popularity in India, he knew that he could not rise in the game as far as his talents allowed him to. So, instead he focused his attention on his other passion, that of acting.

Tiger is 5’10” and weighs 155 pounds. He is an extremely athletic actor who is passionate about weight training, football, gymnastics, kickboxing, Tae Kwon Do, Wushu and parkour. These athletic pursuits allow him to easily maintain a shredded muscular physique.

Tiger is fast becoming one of the most famous and adored Bollywood stars because of not only his physique, martial arts and athletic abilities but also because of his amazing dancing and acting talents and great personality.

Tiger is a huge fan of the martial arts legend Bruce Lee. Tiger’s admiration for Bruce Lee made him enroll in martial arts classes at a very young and he began to practice martial arts, gymnastics and parkour with focus and dedication early on in his life.

Tiger is an extremely disciplined individual who not only trains hard but lives a healthy life. He does not eat junk food, drink or smoke. He gets up at 5 am in the morning and trains.

He is a remarkable fitness and athletics role model. Here is his weight training routine.

Tiger Shroff Weight Training Workout:

Day 1: Monday: Chest

1. Flat Bench Press: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
2. Incline Bench Press: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
3. Dumbell Bench Press: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
4. Dumbbell Chest Flyes: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps

Day 2: Tuesday: Back

1. Barbell Deadlift: 4 Sets, 4-8 Reps
2. Medium Grip Pull Ups: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
3. Cable Lat Pull Down: 6 Sets, 10-12 Reps
4. One Arm Dumbbell Row: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
5. Cable Seated Row: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps

Day 3: Wednesday: Legs

1. Barbell Squats: 4 Sets, 4-8 Reps
2. Leg Press: 4 Sets, 4-8 Reps
3. Leg Curl: 4 Sets, 4-8 Reps
4. Step Up: 4 Sets, 4-8 Reps
5. Standing Calf Raise: 4 Sets, 4-8 Reps

Day 4: Thursday: Arms

1. Barbell Biceps Curl: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
2. Dumbbell Biceps Curl: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
3. Barbell Reverse Curl: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
4. Close Grip Bench Press: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
5. Triceps Push-Down: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
6. Parallel Bar Dips: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps

Day 5: Friday: Shoulders

1. Barbell Shoulder Press: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
2. Dumbbell Shoulder Press: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
3. Dumbbell Lateral Raise: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
4. Cable Face Pulls: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps
5. Cable Lateral Raise: 6 Sets, 4-8 Reps

Day 6: Saturday: Rest And Recovery

Day 7: Sunday: Rest And Recovery

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