Today in this article we are going to share about Vivek Raj Singh IPS, Those who are in discussion these days regarding their weight loss, An IPS officer from the Madhya Pradesh cadre named Vivek Raj Singh Kukrele has worked in numerous areas of MP that have seen unrest. Due to his dramatic weight reduction and quest for fitness and health, he has recently emerged as an IPS officer fitness icon. He is now employed by the MP Police as DIG Chattarpur Range.
For more information read below, Vivek Raj Singh IPS, and Rank, Wife Name, Biography etc.
|Name||Vivek Raj Singh|
|Famous Name||Vivek Raj Singh IPS|
|Birth Name||Vivek Raj Singh|
|Date Of Birth||Not Known|
|Batch||2006 batch IPS|
|Rank||Not Known yet|
Vivek Raj Singh IPS Physical
|Shoe Size||Not Known|
Vivek Raj Singh IPS Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Not Known|
Vivek Raj Singh IPS Family
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
|Children||Son: Not KnownDaughter: Not Known|
Vivek Raj Singh IPS Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Not Known|
Vivek Raj Singh IPS Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars||1 Million|
About Self Vivek Raj Singh IPS
When Vivek Raj Singh Kukrele, an IPS officer, initially enrolled at the National Police Academy, he weighed 134 kg. In a lengthy Facebook post, Kukrele stated that he had his weight tested for the final time when he was in class 8, when he weighed 88 kg, and that “after 46 weeks of rigorous training at NPA”, he eventually passed with a weight of 104 kg.
Kukrele noted that reducing weight at NPA was “a big achievement” in his moving account of his amazing weight reduction journey.
Kukrele continued by describing how, when he was a youngster, being “chubby” was normalized and viewed as “cute.” Later, the IPS revealed that he had to take medicine for hypertension that brought on the weight growth.
However, Kukrele’s road was not easy as he gained weight once again throughout his first few years of service. “I was 138 kg in weight. I used to eat a lot since I love eating in general. My motto has always been “Khana dekhna nahi chahiye” (food shouldn’t be wasted). He said that the reason for his weight gain was eating carelessly and eating even after feeling satisfied.
He also revealed that he started walking on one of his official duties and eventually lost eight to nine kilograms, maintaining his weight at 130 kilograms for over nine years.
“I began losing weight and establishing a regular walking schedule. Gradual weight reduction inspired me to start strength training and eating sensibly, which sped up weight loss even more,” he continued.
Along with walking, Kukrele established a “quantified diet” as a result of which he lost 43 kg. “Now my blood pressure is normal, and as an added bonus, my resting pulse rate is 40 BPM,” Kukrele continued.