Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia is gearing up for the much-awaited Tokyo Olympics. Forward of the Males’s Freestyle 65kg match, to be held on August 6, the 27-year-old is ensuring to maintain up his health ranges.
Bajrang, not too long ago, shared a exercise video on Instagram wherein he’s seen doing lateral pull-ups. This train prompts the core, will increase higher physique power and general physique management, in response to muscleandstrength.com. It additionally improves grip power.
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The 27-year-old freestyle wrestler has been doing a variety of workouts to construct power. Earlier, he additionally shared a video of him acing inclined dumbbell bench row, which entails mendacity chest-down on an inclined bench and rowing dumbbells on both hand.
This exercise stimulates the chest, triceps and shoulders. It additionally prompts many different smaller, stabilising muscle groups.
In one other video, he’s seen doing barbell glute bridge below the supervision of a health coach. This exercise helps construct power and endurance within the glutes, in response to healthline.com. It additionally strengthens core muscle groups and is thought to contribute to decreased again ache.
In June, Bajrang injured his right knee whereas competing within the semi-finals of the Russian match. “I’m nice. It (getting injured) occurs in sports activities,” he advised PTI.