Anand Mahindra 'exhausted' After Watching PV Sindhu Workout Video

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PV Sindhu's workout video has left Anand Mahindra 'exhausted'. The industrialist said that the workout was brutal and watching it is an inspiration.

Written By Shloak Prabhu | Mumbai | Updated On:

Anand Mahindra, industrialist and Mahindra Group Chairman, is the latest to take to Twitter in admiration of super champ PV Sindhu's strict fitness regime. Posting a video of PV Sindhu's fitness routine at the gym on the social media platform, Anand Mahindra said he was exhausted just by watching the clip. Sharing the video, Mahindra said that the ace badminton champ who took the world by storm with her recent win stands as an inspiration for all budding athletes. PV Sindhu, who won the Gold at the Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Sunday has repeatedly stressed on her disciplined training sessions and has constantly maintained that it is her fitness which enhances her skills on-court.

Anand Mahindra posts the viral PV Sindhu workout video

In the video posted by Anand Mahindra, PV Sindhu can be seen doing a series of high-intensity exercises alongside her trainers in the gym. From fast-paced weight-lifts to indoor highjumps and complex weight squats, Sindhu's intensive training in the video garnered several comments of appreciation. Describing the workout regime as "brutal", Anand Mahindra revered PV Sindhu for her committment to get to the top. The business tycoon also shared that the video gives a climpse to the world on Sindhu's relentless and tireless preperation for the World Championship. 

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Netizens in awe of the PV Sindhu's training regime 

Soon after Anand Mahindra posted the video, Netizens flooded the post with comments which were in awe of PV Sindhu. Anand Mahindra's post, at the time of publishing, had gotten 12,697 retweets and 52,061 likes on Twitter. As Twitter heaped praise on PV Sindhu, several posted wishes backing the badminton star for her future endeavours. Sindhu was given a heroes welcome after she landed back from her Badminton World Championship win where she beat her long-time on-court rival Nozomi Okuhara.

P V Sindhu's rigourous training

While Anand Mahindra's posted video is now doing the rounds, there is no dearth of information of PV Sindhu's intensive fitness training on the internet. A video posted on YouTube shows the rigorous amount of training and dedication that P V Sindhu puts in to maintain her position at the top of global rankings in badminton. In her many interviews, PV Sindhu has spoken at length about how she spends long-hours working out in the gym in addition to sharpening her skillset on-court. In a video, shared by Suchitra Badminton Academy, Sindhu can be seen doing a multi-blend workout. 

In the video, Sindhu can be seen working out with her trainers in the gym. The exercises include P V Sindhu working out with barbells, swiss balls and capture the badminton star even doing mini-hurdles, crunches and stretching with resistance bands. Sindhu's well-documented fitness preparation only sheds further light on her meticulous and all-round approach to being an ace-shutter globally.  Watch the video showing the badminton champ pour in the sweat to make India proud.

READ: PV Sindhu Pours Blood & Sweat In Her Training Regime. Watch It Here

PV Sindhu and her training regime video:

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All eyes on Tokyo 2020

Sindhu's gold win at the Badminton World Championships (BWF) has only raised the expectations on her to deliver a stellar performance at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Speaking to Republic Media Network, Sindhu earlier on Wednesday said that winning the gold in Tokyo would be her dream. "My ultimate aim would be Olympics Tokyo 2020. I think it's step by step," said PV Sindhu. On Tuesday night, in a conversation with Republic Media Network's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, Sindhu stressed on hardwork being the key component to her success. 

READ: PV Sindhu Speaks To Arnab Goswami After Her World Championship Triumph


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