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Unhealthy eating to getting fitter: This Mumbai man saw it all

Allahbadia weighed 90kg as a teen, but once he started college, he rapidly lost 35kg in three months

fitter mumbai Updated: Jul 18, 2017 13:43 IST
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Ranveer Allahbadia, 24, started weight-training and put on 25kg through a healthy exercise and diet regime.
Ranveer Allahbadia, 24, started weight-training and put on 25kg through a healthy exercise and diet regime.(HT)

From being overweight to managing an unhealthy weight loss -- Ranveer Allahbadia, 24, a resident of Five Gardens in Matunga has seen it all.

“While growing up, I was very fat. I ate out on most days,” said Allahbadia, who was diagnosed with cholesterol gall stone at 15. He had to get his gall bladder medically removed.

Allahbadia weighed 90kg as a teen, but once he started college, he rapidly lost 35kg in three months. “I focused only on cardio exercises, because of which I lost a lot of muscle mass. It was unhealthy,” he said.

Gradually, he started weight-training and put on 25kg through a healthy exercise and diet regime.

Today, Allahbadia runs his fitness channel on Youtube. “Around 3.75 lakh people have subscribed to my channel. I also have 54,000 followers on Instagram,” he said.

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