Shilpa Shetty’s Secret Behind A Fit Body

It is a well known fact that when we speak about fit celebrities, the first name that comes to our mind is Bollywood actress turned entrepreneur Shilpa Shetty, who is known for her flawless skin and stunning body.  Shilpa does not hesitate to share her secret behind her captivating and fit body along with gorgeous looks.

Shilpa shared her daily fitness regime with, and spoke about the importance of Yoga and diet. She said “You know what Yoga does to you is it gives you that confidence to achieve something which is on heights. It harnesses the energy and Yoga are also about giving you will-power and if you have will-power and control on your mind, it will make you reach to a higher target”. Further she added saying “You are so calmer in your mind and your breathing pattern is also improved. Yoga is a science and still, people don't understand it. Just losing weight is not enough, maintaining weight is a discipline. Yoga is that discipline. I really suggest that anyone who is wanting to maintain weight in the long term should definitely get into Yoga."

The actress also gave a few tips to working mothers on how to stay in good shape, she said “I understand it myself being a working mother is difficult to take time out for yourself and especially when you have a younger child and you feel apologetic taking time out for yourself and that's Indian personality. All the mothers who are working and have a house to run to start off with a balanced meal plan. You will start dropping weight if you are eating clean and I don't mean dieting. Start including raw vegetables in the morning and you can snack on nuts. You can carry a packed lunch that you can make the previous day. It's not difficult or just carry boiled eggs. I think the basic understanding of food is lacking and that's why we have Shilpa Shetty program”.

On the work front, Shilpa Shetty was last seen sharing screen space with Sunny Deol and Danny Denzongpa in “The Man”, produced by Dharmendra and directed by Neeraj Pathak.               -     Akhila Kakarala and Pic courtesy: