Shilpa Shetty Has Mastered These Yoga Poses For Strength And Flexibility

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    Shilpa Shetty had posted a video in which she is seen practising yoga positions to improve her balance, posture, and flexibility.

    Many Bollywood superstars frequently publish photographs and videos from their gym routine on their social media accounts. Shilpa Shetty Kundra uploads some of the most anticipated content, and her most recent yoga video is catching attention for all the right reasons.

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    Shilpa has been doing yoga for many years and has publicly praised it for her beautiful complexion and body. Her most recent video is sure to inspire you to stick to your exercise programme, especially at this time of year when no one wants to get out of bed! Furthermore, the Covid-19 surge has ensured that we are back to our work-from-home routine.

    But listen to what Shilpa has to say! “There is nothing better than beginning the day with yoga.” It prepares the mind, body, and spirit for a wonderful day. So I choose to begin my day with Vrikshasana, followed by Virabhadrasana III, and then Natrajasana.”
    She goes on to say, “It strengthens the ankle joints, hips, and legs. It also helps with balance, posture, and flexibility, as well as attention and focus and mind-body synchronisation. The ability to breathe in fresh oxygen is a huge plus. Good morning, everyone!”

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    Vrikshasana (Tree pose)

    Vrikshasana, also known as tree pose, is a rejuvenating position that utilises your legs, back, and arms. It is a vital position for relieving stress in both the body and the psyche. You’ll also notice an increase in your attention and concentration.

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    Pose III of Virabhadrasana (Warrior III Pose)

    Shilpa did the Virabhadrasana III stance for the second movement. It’s a great position for anyone who wants to build muscle and expand their hips. It’s also a wonderful place to work on your steadiness.


    Natarajasana (Dancer pose)

    Shilpa performed Natarajasana as the third and last movement. Shilpa can be seen standing on one leg. This stance promotes weight reduction and is an excellent calorie burner. Stretching and strengthening the legs, chest, hips, and abdominal muscles will benefit from practising this position. In reality, by practising this position on a daily basis, the body’s total flexibility increases.

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