Hina Khan is a name that needs no introduction – from her time on the daily soap Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai to being the runner-up on the reality show Bigg Boss 11 to being a well-known fitness enthusiast, the actress is admired by all. From sculpting enviable abs to mastering the most difficult workout forms, the 34-year-old does it all with ease. The actress is a known Pilates enthusiast, and her Instagram profile is full of Reels and videos from her workout regimen, including one in which she explained the importance of breathing correctly while demonstrating Pilates moves.
Hina Khan’s Pilates workout
Hina Khan, who is presently in Dubai with her mother, is continuing to tease fans with glimpses of her vacation. Despite this, she did not neglect fitness, and her new Pilates post is more than just motivation in a video.
Yoga, it may seem, requires the proper breathing patterns for the best results; Pilates, it turns out, is no different. Hina Khan explained how proper breathing can help maximise the benefits of the routine in her new post.
“Above all, learn how to breathe properly…,” she captioned the photo.
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Hina is seen in the video balancing on one leg on the floor while stretching the other with controlled movements on a Pilates reformer.
She repeats the exercise while keeping her upper body upright and looking straight.
What exactly is Pilates, and what are its advantages?
Pilates is a low-impact exercise that builds muscle while improving flexibility and posture. A Pilates routine should last at least 45 minutes. Pilates is a popular workout for celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Sandra Bullock.
On the health front, Pilates has the following advantages:
- Increasing adaptability
- Muscle strength development
- Toning the abs, hips, buttocks, and lower back
Regular Pilates practise can aid in the development of muscular strength in the limbs and back. It also helps to maintain muscle balance on both sides of the body. Breathing is important in Pilates because it increases the workout’s safety and allows for proper muscle activation.