Shahid's trainer vouches for his dedication
Thursday, January 10, 2013 16:45 IST
If you admire Shahid Kapoor's toned body, then you must know that it is a result of a lot of hard work and dedication, says his trainer.

"He trains five times a week for an hour. There are three strength training sessions, followed by two days of functional or metabolic conditioning. He also goes for a 7-10 km walk or jog every week," trainer Abbas Ali said in a statement.

"Shahid can't do without a dose of his daily workouts. Even when he is busy shooting or travelling, the young star makes sure to make room for his workouts," he added.

When Shahid flaunted his sculpted body in "Kaminey", his female fans swooned over him.

The "Jab We Met" star will soon be seen in Rajkumar Santoshi's "Phata Poster Nikla Hero" along with Ileana D'Cruz.
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