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Indian Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia’s Diet Plan.

Blog By: Kavitha Iyer.

Krishna Poonia was born on 5th May 1977.  She is famously known as one of the top popular Indian discus thrower. She has been honored up with the civilian honour of Padma Shri in 2011. She was born and raised up in the place of Agroha, Hisar district of Haryana.

She got married with Virender Singh Poonia of Gagarwas village in Churu district in Rajasthan in the year 2000. She has pursued with the degree in sociology in Kanodia Girls College in Jaipur. Krishna Poonia has won with the medal in the year 2006 at the time of the Doha Asian Games.

India's Poonia celebrates winning gold for the women's discus at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi

At the same time she has even won with the gold medal during the time of the 46th Open National athletics championships. She even took part in the 2008 Beijing Olympics but she could travel in the finals and stood on the 10th spot.

Since the time of school high studies she has always thought about making herself to be the part of the Indian discus thrower. No doubt that with each single national and international event she has made her country proud of her. She gives all her success credit to her family.

Krishna Poonia’s Diet Plan

Krishna is protein junkie.

Ask the 34-year-old discus thrower where she gets her stamina from, and she’s likely to mention her diet – “a protein-rich diet with a lot of fruit.”

Breakfast: Eggs with toast, fresh fruit and heavy protein shakes is what she usually has.

Lunch and dinner: Lentils and meat, usually fish or chicken.

She eats fresh fruit and protein shakes at regular intervals throughout the day.

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