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Sanskrit term Kshatrā means “warrior, ruler.” The word is derived from the words for “power” and “ruler.” Bhagavad Gita describes a Kshatriya as a person who possesses these six specific qualities: courage, perseverance, endurance, generosity, leadership and the unwillingness to surrender. However, Kshatriyas are further described as those possessing strength of mind, righteousness, dedication, willpower, and an unshakable desire to protect those that are weaker than themselves.
Indian Wrestlers
Now lets train like one…

Dynamic Mobility Warm-up
Then:
10x 25m High Knees +
10x 25m Backward Bear Crawls
No rest
Then:
100x Burpees
Minimal rest
Then:
Team Work:
Team Player 1: 10x Ball Slam +
Team Players 2, 3, 4, 5: Squats
Pass the Medicine Ball clockwise until all team members have slammed the ball then rest 60 seconds
Complete 3 rounds
Then:
Team Work:
Team Player 1: 10x Plyometrics Press-ups +
Team Players 2, 3, 4, 5: Plank Hold
Pass the Medicine Ball clockwise until all team members have slammed the ball then rest 60 seconds
Complete 3 rounds
Then:
10x Leg Press +
10x Oblique Twist L +
10x Oblique Twist R +
10x 90 degree elevated Crunches +
10x Double Crunches +
50x Superman with a clap press
Then:
Cool down and Yoga

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Valentine Rawat

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Personal Trainer · S&C Coach · Official Trainer to Sky1 Obese A Year to Save My Life & SkyLiving FAT: The Fight of My Life I'm a father and a husband, and my girls are my inspiration to be better, do better & continually help others achieve better of themselves.

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