NEW DELHI, April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Says Indian Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on the Challenges of the Game and Life
Having built the strength to fight constant battles of the game and life, feisty Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh brings forth a never-seen-before side in his most candid interview ever, in the May issue of Men's Health India 2015.
Busting the myth of a six-pack being essential to a sportsman, Harbhajan puts on his defensive shoes, declaring aloud: "A six-pack is good for display but you need much more than that to play a sport."
Evaluating fitness as a perfect form of a mind game, he adds, "Even after a busy day at work, your body doesn't get tired, it's your brain that gets tired and sends signals of fatigue."
Coming on the more impassioned front and addressing the common mistakes made by Indian men in relationships is, "Taking your partner for granted," says Harbhajan. He speaks strongly against personal relationships of Indian cricketers being highlighted much more than their game. "Aren't we like any other regular guys; are we doing something other than what they do?" he adds.
The May issue of Men's Health will hit the stands in the first week of this month.
About Men's Health
Men's Health is India's largest-selling men's magazine, and was launched in the country by The India Today Group in 2006.
SOURCE India Today Group (Digital)