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Ready to train like MC Mary Kom?

MUMBAI: Everybody is envying Priyanka Chopra’s toned body and all credit goes to the training same as that of MC Mary Kom! People obsessed about health and good physique are going crazy trying to achieve this new benchmark, and makers of the movie Mary Kom have just made it easy! In a brand new on-ground campaign launched recently and continuing till month end, fans can take part in the ‘Mary Kom Boot Kamp’ challenge and get access to MC Mary Kom’s daily routine workout!

 

In association with Gold’s Gym, MC Mary Kom has set a vigorous routine for all Bollywood and fitness enthusiasts. This challenge is open to all fans willing to go up against ‘Mary Kom’s set routine of five activities in the stipulated time. The ‘Mary Kom Boot Kamp’ will be held in select Gold’s Gyms across Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Panchkula, Delhi NCR, Jaipur, Lucknow, Guwahati and Kolkata. Participants will be divided in three batches of 10 each and those who complete the fastest will be the winners of their respective batch.

 

The nation’s fastest 35 who complete the tasks in the least amount of time will be declared by Viacom 18 on 1st September on their social properties and win cool prizes like one month/year free gym membership, exclusive Mary Kom merchandise, movie tickets etc. Adding to the excitement would be a chance to meet PC herself! The actress is planning a visit to all the nine cities to motivate her fans, and the winners get a special chance to meet and greet this Bollywood Diva.

 

The fans are equally inquisitive about a day in the life of our five-time successive World Boxing Champion MC Mary Kom, to give a sneak peak, she herself created this exercise routine which involves exercises such as burpees, kettle bell swings, roll over push-ups, jab cross punches, kettle bell, single handed clean & press, swiss ball plank hold, chin ups, squat and overhead press.

 

To register, participants can walk into the nearest branch of Gold’s Gym and register at the ‘Mary Kom’ registration desk.

 

‘Mary Kom’, the film is about the Indian Boxer and Olympic Bronze medallist MC Mary Kom. Depicting her life, struggles, family and her perseverance to be the best - Priyanka Chopra stars as Mary Kom along with Darshan Kumaar, Sunil Thapa, Shishir Sharma and American actor Zachary Coffin. Directed by Omung Kumar, ‘Mary Kom’ is produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures & Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The film is scheduled for release on September 5, 2014.

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