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  1. You may have seen this guy at your gym. The one who has an impressive upper body and a laughable lower body. Their legs are non-existent compared to the massive upper body. The reason, well, you know it. No leg days at all. They only keep training their upper body and keep beefing it up. Truth be told, that is not impressive. They are usually referred to as having chicken legs. Are you also someone who has avoided training legs and now has chicken legs? Well, it is not late yet. Start incorporating leg workouts and beef up your legs as well. Why should you be doing that anyway in the first place? - Better physique symmetry - More functionality - Reduced risk of injury - Look fu*king awesome! I am pretty sure the last reason should be enough to convince you. Leg development has always been a part of the physique and bodybuilding sport and your entire body is supported by your legs. © Getty Images It is like the foundation of your house. Would it not make sense to have a strong foundation? Now let's understand the leg muscles. Your legs are made up of mainly 4 muscle groups. They are: 1. Quadriceps 2. Hamstrings 3. Glutes 4. Calves There is another set of lifters who ignore training their hamstrings and glutes, as the classic bodybuilding documentaries did not cover it. Well, do not be that guy. Give equal commitment and dedication to all of these muscle groups if you really want to maximize your leg development and have awesome looking wheels. For maximal development, another thing that I recommend to my clients is to hit a leg workout at least twice a week. The same goes for any other body part. © Getty Images If you are a natural lifter and want to maximize muscle development, ensure that you are training each body part at least twice a week. Here is a sample hypertrophy workout you can start doing for your legs right from the next session: 1. Hip Thrusts - 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps 2. Back Squat or Leg Press - 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps 3. Lying Hamstring Curls - 3 sets of 12 to 15 reps 4. Walking Lunges - 3 sets of 12 to 15 reps 5. Calf raises - 3 sets of 12 to 15 reps Along with this, you can end your session with a farmers walk if you are feeling confident. It will not only work your legs, but it will also engage your core and help you develop arm strength as well. So start working out your legs and do not be the bro that has chicken legs! Author bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company and the founder of Mars Nutrition, a nutrition supplement company. Both his companies are geared towards providing you with the right information and products without any false or fake claims. You can reach out to him at pratik@getsetgo.fitness and follow him on Instagram.
  2. One of the first lessons most elementary schools try to imbibe in young minds reads something like, “a simple act of kindness goes a long way”. That is probably what we were also taught back in the day, but while many forget these precious lessons after writing those answers for the moral science paper, there is a young boy who became an overnight sensation for not only keeping this lesson close to his heart, but also applying it when it was most needed. Earlier this month, a 6-year-old boy named Derek C Lalchhanhima from Sairang in Mizoram went viral for inspiring the young and old through a simple act of kindness. Derek had accidentally run over his neighbour's chicken while cycling, and then rushed it to the nearest hospital with all the money he had (Rs. 10) to save it's life! People hailed his kindness and soon Derek turned into a school hero after he was rewarded by School St. Pio with a 'Word of Appreciation' award for his thoughtful gesture. But that's not all. More appreciation and awards have poured in for Derek who has now been declared as a 'Compassionate Kid' by animal rights organisation, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Underscoring the importance of furthering emotions of empathy and kindness towards animals in young children, PETA made a statement on this honour conferred on Derek and said, “Developing empathy for animals is a key step towards developing empathy for – and rejecting violence against – all beings, including humans. It's important, therefore, that students learn at an early age that the animals with whom we share this planet are, in many ways, not so different from us.” Look at Derek with his PETA award: © Twitter It is great to see the encouragement and appreciation that Derek has received for his sweet act. It will not only further motivate him to keep moving in this path, but also inspired many young minds like Derek to follow in the same footsteps.
  3. The countdown has begun folks. Now, only a few days are left for the release of 'Avengers: Endgame', this year's grandest superhero movie and probably the only one that truly matters. In case you missed it, 'Avengers: Endgame' is releasing on April 26. © Marvel Studios But, do you know what else has begun apart from the countdown? Promotions of the movie, which brought the film's co-director Joe Russo to India. While every desi Marvel fan is curious to know about Thanos' fate and that of the fallen superheroes, there's one man who's only concern is to see Joe Russo's reaction to eating spicy Indian food. The man in question is Thor aka Chris Hemsworth. Looks like Hemsworth wants Joe Russo to not only sweat in the heat, but also feel it in his stomach by eating rogan josh and butter chicken. © Twitter Chris Hemsworth loves India and calls it one of the best places on the planet. Well, we're not surprised, who doesn't love India or Indian food. Hemsworth was in India last year, shooting in Ahmedabad and Mumbai for his upcoming project 'Dhaka'. In fact, Hemsworth, during a fan-event on Monday, expressed his love for the country through a video message where he said "What's up everybody in the beautiful country of India? The countdown has begun. Avengers: Endgame will be in cinemas soon." He further said, "Our director Joe Russo has come to the beautiful country. I have come myself. It is one of the best places on the planet. Sorry couldn't be there this time. Joe thinks he can handle some spicy food and I have told him to try some rogan josh and some butter chicken... see if he can handle the heat. Lot of love guys and hope to see you soon." Let's see if Joe Russo wins the challenge or admits defeat in front of the power of spices in Indian food.
  4. The day has come. The day has finally come where people got to roast the man who roasts people on a regular basis online. And, the best part is desi people got to do that. Yes, a Thai chef also did that last year, but this time it's special because it involves butter chicken. Basically, Gordon Ramsay posted a picture of what I feel like is the worst looking butter chicken I have ever seen. He wrote he was eating the dish at Heathrow and he can't get on a flight before enjoying this first. But, it doesn't look right - or appetizing at all, tbh - and you should know that, Gordon. Take a look yourself. Can't get on a flight from Heathrow without enjoying the butter chicken curry at @PlaneFood.... #readyfortakeoff @HeathrowAirport pic.twitter.com/OVsLtluRkl — Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) February 18, 2019 Where is the naan, or roti, or something? What is happening? But, this did give desi people a chance to roast him and honestly, you can't fight a desi person when it comes to something like butter chicken, you just can't. It died for nothing! Not fair to that chicken! #depressed https://t.co/fyyhFmT0GZ — Anubhav Dev (@Anubhav_Dev_AFC) February 20, 2019 Truly. You kidding,right? Worst looking butter chicken plate ever!! — Vibs (@thisisvibs) February 19, 2019 Wow. Ganga bolkar gande naale mei kuda diya be! ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ — NISHANT (@thehungrytide) February 20, 2019 Exactly. Looks like an insult to the legendary dish! But, I hope it tastes good. It looks like the most Un-Indian thing#butterchicken #Foreignversion #firangistyle #Indiansentiments are #hurt ðð#foodrelegious #outfits are looking for Mr. Ramsay for not having naan along with that.. https://t.co/w0ITXLpu5I — iGoutam (@goutam7986) February 20, 2019 Don't do that, Gordon. Poor presentation. Rice looks stale. Don't post non veg photos on Tuesday ðð — Megha Agarwal (@meghaaagarwal) February 19, 2019 An insult to the dish. ohh! how dare you insult butterchicken by calling this as one of it. ð¤ð¡ Any trainee chef in India can make better butterchicken than this. — GauravKapoor (@GauravK04859991) February 20, 2019 It's just bad. pic.twitter.com/l5ydu79WC5 — RB2666 (@SundeepBallagan) February 18, 2019 Can't deal. @GordonRamsay You got Served!ð I wouldn't eat that if you paid me, what is that paper fan doing on the side?ð https://t.co/xuXyVKeJzm — Leena Devi (@LDChakraburtty) February 19, 2019 Some non-desi people also joined in to make fun of it. that rice looks like i could throw it at a wall and it would bounce back — Tamara Rara (@Tamara_ra_ra_ra) February 18, 2019 Yep. I watch your #KitchenNightmares and without a doubt if you was served that you would throw the 'green rubbish' off the plate ðð» — Christopher Logan (@CLCourtney82) February 18, 2019 It's really not. That just doesn't work. Yeah, bro, smh. It's papad btw.
  5. I distinctly remember relishing chicken legs more than any other part of the bird while consuming it. And, that's what most Indians have grown up eating. Chicken breast? Where the hell did this come into the picture? I started deciphering the puzzle about the whole chicken breast issue when I started doing my research in the field of the historical development of bodybuilding and strength training. Never had it happened anywhere in the world, in its entire history, that people threw away certain parts of an animal before consuming it (except for the parts to be discarded like the hair, feathers, or in some cases feet etc.)? © Pinterest The High Cholesterol Myth Please keep in mind that the ultimate aim of human species is not to have six packs abs and have fat-free and gluten-free meals, but simply one thing: survive & reproduce. Anything which interfered in this natural process was unacceptable to the body. For a very long time, when mankind hunted down a rather big animal, every part of it was used. Even the skin was used for clothing (and is still being used for leather). Throwing away parts of the animal because it had a little too much fat on it and consuming other parts because they were leaner, was something their mental faculties could never even comprehend, until recently, when the false hoax of 'high cholesterol causing heart disease' and 'high saturated fat leading to a rise in cholesterol' hypothesis, started taking hold. Due to this myth from the West, the entire world took a nosedive into the world of stupidity. © Pixabay The Consumption Of Chicken Breast Eating chicken breasts out of the entire chicken, because its low in fat, is the most stupid thing one can do when consuming animal meat. Most Indians have always loved their chicken legs. But, somehow, the youngsters and now. even the people who loved chicken legs have shifted on to consuming chicken breasts. SOURCE: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Chicken is a rich source of dietary protein. Many people believe that when it comes to calorie calculation and weight loss, then the leanest part of the chicken vs the other parts will make a difference. No, it won't do anything. You don't get fat because you are eating 5-10cal extra. It's due to a big calorie surplus for a very long time, combined with multiple other reasons like sedentarism and lifestyle stresses. The Chicken Legs © Pixabay A chicken leg has two parts — the thigh and the drumstick. The drumstick is the lower part of the chicken leg, also known as the calf, which we Indians call as the 'leg piece'. If we actually compare the amount of fat in the chicken breast and leg, don't be alarmed by the numbers, because the quality of fat in the chicken is a very good quality of fat. Though saturated fat is absolutely healthy, even if you consider it unhealthy, the difference is a meagre 0.5grams. Also, the total fat percentage just differs by 2grams. Whereas, the protein content also differs by just 2-3grams. But what people don't consider is the overall micronutrient content of the thighs and the breasts. A serving of chicken thigh meat provides you with 30 per cent of the daily value for niacin, 15 per cent of the DV for phosphorus, vitamin B-6 and zinc and 10 per cent of the DV for riboflavin. The chicken breast meat contains less of some micronutrients, providing only 6 per cent of the DV for zinc and riboflavin, but more of others, providing 60 per cent of the DV for niacin, 25 per cent of the DV for vitamin B-6 and 20 per cent of the DV for phosphorus. Now, you would not like to give up the tastier and mineral-rich chicken legs because you are getting 2grams of less fat and the same amount of more protein. Suddenly, we are seeing youngsters shouting chicken breasts even in their dreams. One thing is true, if the west sells you packaged poop, and tell you it helps to lose weight, believe me, most people will eat it. When you speak to guys, it sounds as if the only part of the chicken worth eating is the breast and rest of everything are to be discarded. But if you ask them why, almost everyone has a single reply, 'it has less fat'. But, not one person knows how much is the difference. The final take: just relish the entire chicken. Every part of the chicken has its own flavour. The super calorie conscious are better off eating chicken without the skin. But in terms of parts, you can have any. Akshay Chopra, is a graduate of the National Defence Academy & the Air Force Academy, and a former IAF pilot. He is one of the most qualified health, fitness & nutrition consultants in the country, and an author of multiple books & ebooks. He is among the few in the country to have a background of competitive athletics, military training and bodybuilding. He is the co-founder of the Body Mechanics chain of gyms, and India's first research based channel We R Stupid. You can check out his Youtube here.
  6. It's not news to hear athletes adopting new diet trends in order to improve their form, however, when Indian skipper Virat Kohli announced that he was going vegan, it raised eyebrows. He turned vegan last year to make major improvements in his fitness and another reason for him becoming a vegan was that the chicken in his diet had high cholesterol. Kohli is arguably one of the fittest cricketers around the globe and has adopted a strict diet and workout plan after giving up his love for butter chicken and cholle bhathure following a drought of form in 2012. Now, months after his shift in diet, Krishi Vigyan Kendra - an agricultural extension centre in India, has recommended Virat Kohli and the BCCI to opt for the 'Kadaknath' chicken in their diet, instead of grilled. Kadaknath is a breed of chicken found in central Madhya Pradesh and is known to have low cholesterol and high protein count. © Amazon The Agricultural centre has written a letter to BCCI stating “It has been known by the media that Virat Kohli and other players of India cricket team are eating Grilled Chicken in their diet. But due to higher quantities of cholesterol and fat in Grilled Chicken, you are stop it's in your diet and adopted vegan diet (sic)." Marvelling at the tremendous improvement in the performance of the Indian Team in the past few months, it can be seen that the boys have worked really hard to reach where they are, and we are not only talking of fitness but proper sleep and a proper diet plan as well. Keeping that aside, this new type of 'healthy' chicken might help them improve even more, and if by any chance it doesn't work, they can always go back to their old diet regime.
  7. Now that the new map is available for matchmaking on PUBG mobile, you must be wondering what things you need to do differently and where to land for the best loot. We've been testing the new map in the beta version of the game to prepare you for the best landing locations and strategies you need to follow. Map Size And Strategies To Use © PUBG The new map called ' Vikendi' is a mixture of maps like Erangel and Miramar. It's smaller than the two maps but a bit bigger than Sanok. It's a 6x6 map where it is essentially designed to bring the best feature of the two sizes already available on other maps. It's a combination of action packed hot zones and quaint spots for the best loots. © PUBG Apart from using the minimap on the top right corner, you can use the new main feature of tracking footprints. Being a snow map, you will be able to track fresh footprints on the snow until it vanishes after ten minutes. It will basically give you an idea that someone has already been here recently and could be around you. Ten minutes is an awfully long time and could be possible that the person is now long gone. Clothing Matters © PUBG It's doesn't take much to realise that your clothing will matter a lot in the new map. Try to avoid wearing extremely bright clothes as you will stand out in the white snow. Try to wear grey clothing so that it helps blend better with the environment. This will come most handy during the last phase of the collapsable circle as you need to make sure you're not easy to spot. Remember, enemies can still track your footprints, especially in the last phase of the circle. Best Drop Locations: Hot Zones And Best Loot At the moment, the game's spawning of weapons is a bit iffy as you will see more SMGs and Shotguns spawning than Sniper and Assault Rifles. Having said that, the new update may bring a few changes for the Mobile version to keep it more exciting and fast paced. During the course of our gameplay, we noticed a few Hot Spots where you can land and some quieter locations where you can loot in peace. © MensXP Hot Drops: The main named locations are the hottest spots to land just like the other three maps on PUBG Mobile. You can reach these locations from any flight path however the most noticeable locations are Coal Mine, Castle, Villa, Mount Kreznic and Dino Park. You will find more loot at these locations which may also result in more people landing in your vicinity. © YouTube Quieter Spots: If you want to land in a quieter spot which gets less number of enemies, you want to land in areas like Milnar, Cosmodrome, Winery, Cantra, Dobro Mesto, Peshkova, Movatra and Krichas. There's still good loot here but due to the bigger location size, you may have to hunt a bit more. The 'Vikendi' snow map is now available on PUBG Mobile, Xbox and PlayStation for matchmaking and do follow these essential strategies to get that Chicken Dinner. In order to play the new map, you need to be on the latest version of PUBG for your specific platform and need to download the map separately in order to begin matchmaking.
  8. Looks like the PUBG fever has caught up with everyone and everywhere. The multi-player online game has taken the world by storm and everyone's addicted to it. However, taking the craze a notch higher is this PUBG themed restaurant in Jaipur which is probably dishing out the 'chicken dinner' of your dreams! View this post on Instagram Pubg Restaurant Open in Jaipur, India Come with your squad and get delicious medikit (Food) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #playerunknown #pubg #playerunknownsbattlegrounds #pubgmemes #pubgmobile #pubgmeme #gaming #game #playerunknowns #videogames #gamer #pubgfunny #pubgindia #playerunknownbattlegrounds #winnerwinnerchickendinner #pubgfunnymoments #csgo #pubgclips #meme #fortnite #pubgvideos #gamers #like #battleroyale #gamingmemes #gamingpc #pcgaming #playersunknownbattlegrounds A post shared by Player Unknown's Belly Grounds (@pubg_jaipur) on Oct 26, 2018 at 6:40pm PDT View this post on Instagram Some of our delicious dishes inspired by PUBG !! Tag your squad to get heel !! . . . . . . . . . #pubg #pubgindia #chickendinner #foodporn #restaurant #pubgrestaurant #pubgmobile #jaipur #cafe #meal A post shared by Player Unknown's Belly Grounds (@pubg_jaipur) on Oct 27, 2018 at 4:39am PDT It is heavily inspired from the game and walking into this restaurant will make you feel like you entered the PUBG battlefield , just to eat this time. View this post on Instagram Interior of PUBG - Player Unknown's Belly Ground Tag your squad !! . . . . . . . . . . . . #instagamer #playerunknownsbattlegrounds #gamers #crate #memesdaily #player #jaipur #pro #gtaonline #cafe #fortnitememes #playerunknown #restaurantparis #fortnitebr #gamercouple #pubgindia #pubgmobileindonesia #pubgandroid #thedivision #ds #playerunknownbattlegrounds #pc #gta #gameover #unknown #repost #steam #instagram #memer #pubgmoments A post shared by Player Unknown's Belly Grounds (@pubg_jaipur) on Oct 27, 2018 at 2:56am PDT View this post on Instagram Tag a foodie squad !!ð¥ð¥ PUBG Player Unknown's Belly Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #pubgrestaurant #pubgindia #playerunknownsbattlegrounds #jaipur #pubgjaipur #pubgmobile #pubgbattlegrounds #foodporn #food #tasty #chicken #chickendinner A post shared by Player Unknown's Belly Grounds (@pubg_jaipur) on Oct 27, 2018 at 7:24am PDT PUBG in this restaurant's name stands for 'Players Unknown Belly Grounds. You've got to give the owner some marks for being so creative.
  9. After enduring a heart-breaking loss at Edgbaston, the Indian cricket team was looking to turn things around against England in the second Test at Lord's on 9th August. The Indian fans were surely expecting some noticeable changes in the line-up with hopes of an improved showing from the world's no. 1 Test side. But, contrary to popular perception, the turn of events on the first day left everyone disappointed. Thanks to the incessant rains in London, the first day's play was called off, leaving the fans and the players from both the sides frustrated. Will India make a good start at Lord's or can England tame the visitors in the second consecutive game? All these questions were lingering on the minds of fans and cricket pundits alike ahead of the second Test. And, Day 1 eventually being washed off only made everyone wait a little more for the answers. Update - Day 1 play has been called off here at @HomeOfCricket.#ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/hCY5Z2dHC6 — BCCI (@BCCI) August 9, 2018 With not even a single ball was bowled on Day 1, cricket fans didn't have much to enjoy, which probably explains why the Indian cricket team's menu for lunch ended up grabbing the spotlight. While it was pouring down heavily outside, Virat Kohli's men were digging into chicken tikka, dal and lasagne amongst other dishes. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared the picture of the players' lunch menu for Day 1 on Twitter. "Delicious and how. Lunch menu for Day 1 here at @HomeOfCricket. #ENGvIND," the Indian cricket board tweeted. Delicious and how. Lunch menu for Day 1 here at @HomeOfCricket.#ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/WomcJwF4U8 — BCCI (@BCCI) August 9, 2018 The menu began with wild mushroom and chestnut soup which was followed by fresh lamb saddle, roasted stone bass and chicken lasagne. In order to make the visitors feel at home, the menu also included Indian dishes like chicken tikka curry, paneer tikka curry, dal and mixed vegetables. Then, there were prawns, mashed potato, basmati rice, popadoms, baby carrots and corn, French beans, garden salad and boiled eggs to satiate the hunger of Indian cricketers. For dessert, the players had a wide range to choose from: apple pie custard, dark chocolate and cherry cheesecake, fresh fruit salad and ice-cream. The tweet carrying details of the players' lunch menu was equally liked, shared and commented upon. While some couldn't stop themselves from drooling over the delicacies, others wasted no time in using their wit to poke fun at the Indian cricket board. No Amritsari Kulcha No Laccha Paratha No Missi Roti No Butter Naan No Kadhi Chawal No Rajma Chawal No Chole Bhature No Pav Bhaaji How do we #LoveLords? ð­ — Rukhster (@Ashish515) August 9, 2018 Indeed great menu @RaviShastriOfc #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/jCYNGrbMuC — Abhijna Ram (@abhijna_ram) August 9, 2018 Ok.. I want Apple pie with custardðð⤠— Aparna (@AparnaPramanik4) August 9, 2018 I guess today's match was cancelled considering this menu. #ENGvIND — Rohit mali (@rohitknowsu2) August 9, 2018 No wonder !!!! pic.twitter.com/nFd2bQ8biX — I Love Mithunda (@ilovemithunda) August 9, 2018 Itna khaane ke baad India wale khelne se rahe ð #ENGvIND — विà¤à¥à¤°à¤®à¤¾à¤¦à¤¿à¤¤à¥à¤¯ सिà¤à¤¹ (@nawab_lucknow) August 9, 2018 Drinks mein whisky yaa beer? — MERA_BHASAN-HI_TERA_RASAN (@pradhansujit7) August 9, 2018
  10. Fried Chicken Tandoori INGREDIENTS: Boneless Chicken 1 kg Red Color 1 pinch Salt ½ tsp Yogurt ½ cup Red Chili Powder 2 tsp Ginger Garlic 2 tsp Gram Flour ½ cup Garam Masala 1 tsp Chaat Masala 2 tsp Lemon Juice 2 tsp Oil (for frying) as required Method: In a bowl, add yogurt, salt, red chili powder, red color, chaat masala, ginger garlic, garam masala, lemon juice and leave it for 2hours. Now add gram flour and leave it. Then add 1 cup oil, add chicken and fry, take it out.
  11. Zarnish Ali

    Chicken Parmesan

    Chicken Parmesan INGREDIENTS 2 chicken breasts To taste Salt To taste pepper 2 eggs 1 cup breadcrumbs ½ cup oil 1 onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 3 cups tomato sauce 1 sprig basil ½ cup Parmesan cheese, freshly grated 4 oz mozzarella cheese ¼ cup parsley, chopped 200g linguine, cooked Method Season flattened chicken breasts with salt and pepper. Dip the chicken in the beaten eggs, then roll in breadcrumbs. Heat oil. Brown chicken on all sides. Remove and set aside. Discard excess oil from pan, leaving about 1 tablespoon of oil in the pan. Sauté chopped onion and garlic until onions are slightly translucent. Stir in tomato sauce, drop in a sprig of basil and bring to simmer for 10 minutes. Remove the basil. Place chicken in the sauce. Sprinkle the Parmesan over the chicken and top with mozzarella cheese. Transfer to oven and bake at 180 degrees C for 15 minutes, or until cheese has melted and browned. Serve with boiled and drained linguine, and garnish with parsley.