Karanvir Bohra’s Toddler is the Cutest Fitness Inspo on the Internet, Try Deadlift | Health
“Mari choriyo, choro se jyada hai”: Karanvir Bohra can’t help but pass out as her 1 year old daughter tries a deadlift at the gym and that’s all the workout motivation we need to to add powerlifting to our fitness routine | Watch the viral video with the health benefits of indoor exercise
, DelhiZarafshan Shiraz
While most of us hang up our boots this holiday season, actor Karanvir Bohra’s one-year-old daughter Gia Vanessa Snow Bohra tugs our hearts with her cute antics and makes us jump out of bed and to hit the already grind without drive procrastinations. Accompanying his dad to the gym, the toddler was seen attempting a deadlift and that’s all the exercise motivation we need to add powerlifting to our fitness routine.
Speaking to her social media, Karanvir shared a video straight from the gym where Gia was seen walking straight to a loaded bar and going out of her way to lift it. Pulling on a white Puma t-shirt with a matching bottom and a pair of bling pink shoes, Gia pulled off some serious athletic wear goals while her father was seen correcting his grip and posture to hold the bar.
Giving a fit to Dangal’s epic dialogue, Karanvir has soared into the legend, “Mari choriyo, choro se jyada hai (My daughters are better than boys) …. this form of deadlift, my daughter is ready to go to the gym (sic).
A weight training exercise, deadlifts target the gluteus maximus which in turn acts on the hamstrings, femoral quadriceps, and erector of the spine. The flexes and lifts of the compound exercise strengthen the muscles to help improve the stability and size of your body in the posterior chain.
This cardio exercise is the best for burning fat and building muscle and just when we were hesitant to exercise on Monday, Sara’s video kept us motivated for the rest of the day.
However, this difficult exercise is only recommended if you can perform it well with conditioned arms, shoulders and back and have great grip strength with a super strong core. Bringing your inherent ego into exercise isn’t worth it.