From a plump kid to a hot diva, Sonakshi Sinha has now become a fitness icon for many. Sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and love for junk food were the main reasons behind her plump figure.
In fact, she is thankful to her co-star Salman Khan, for motivating her to shed that extra weight. It was due to his motivation that the actress lost 30 kgs for her first movie. She says, “He saw potential in me and egged me on to lose weight. I would say his contribution was the highest as I started taking it seriously only after he told me to.”
Sonakshi Sinha’s exercise regime
Like many people, Sonakshi too hated the gym and knew that training “wasn’t going to be easy”. But, once she made up her mind to get into shape, “there was no looking back” after that.
The 27-year-old star even hired Shahid Kapoor’s trainer to tone down her body.
Her workout routine consists of:
- Cardio exercises, cycling, and functional and weight training.
- Swimming and playing tennis.
- Visiting the gym twice a day.
- Hot yoga and spinning for more flexibility.
And surprisingly, the actress never checks on her weight,
I don’t know how many kilos I lost, I don’t get on the scale. As long as I am feeling fit and I can feel myself toning up, looking thinner, then scale doesn’t really matter.
Sonakshi Sinha’s diet plan:
She also make sure to drink plenty of water to keep herself hydrated. Here is the diet plan, which she follows:
- Breakfast: Cereal and milk with whole wheat toast.
- Mid-morning: Some dry fruits and a cup of green tea.
- Lunch: Homemade roti and sabzi with salad.
- Evening: A fruit or a cup of green tea.
- Dinner: She eats early and takes dal, sabzi, chicken, and fish. She does not take any carbohydrates after 6 pm.
Now that she looks stunning in her new avatar, here is a piece of advice that Sonakshi has to say,
Don’t expect results overnight. It took you months or years to pile on the kilos, what makes you think it will be gone in a few days? It is important to condition your mind and be patient during the process. Rather than dwelling on how much more you have to achieve, think of how far you have already come.