Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s mantra for health: ‘Focus, willpower, consistency, but not at risk of mental, physical health’ – fitness

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Shilpa Shetty Kundra has been advocating fitness and yoga long before it became a fad, and the fit actor is constantly sharing her fitness routine, healthy recipes and health tips on social media for her fans. In her latest social media post, Shilpa shared with her fans why it was once important to be focused, consistent and have willpower to reach one’s goals. Posting a photo of herself, the reality show pass judgement on and actor wrote, “An important qualities one needs with the intention to achieve their goals are ‘focus’, ‘willpower’, and ‘consistency’. When you’re made up our minds and focused on achieving your goal, you want to do it with consistency. It will give you an edge over all of the temptations that can hold you back. Report your goals and work diligently towards them. Then again, it is never beneficial to risk your physical or mental health at the price of your achievements. Do whatever it takes; but when you’re stretched to your limits, listen to your body, learn how to take a break… and enjoy the present.”

 

Shilpa has also been posting approximately her yoga routine very steadily, sharing her weekly dose of Monday motivation with her fans, the 45-year-old shared how she starts her day and week with yoga, and that being positive and switching up one’s fitness routine helps break the monotony. Shilpa posted a video of herself doing the Prasarita Padottanasana and its variations, in the caption she explained, “You will need to to start something with a lucid brain and a positive attitude. It generally is a new venture, a new task or a new day. One of the simplest ways for me to begin my day and week is with Yoga. But, one can’t retain doing the same routine week-on-week.”

 

Shilpa went on to give an explanation for how the Prasarita Padottanasana and its variations calm her, help stretching quite a lot of parts of the body, tone the belly and also help in digestion, she added, “These asanas work predominantly on the lower body, strengthening the backbone, core, and legs; but also calms the brain… stretching the hamstring, calves, and glutes. At the side of all of these benefits, it also helps fortify digestion and tones the abdominal muscles. This routine may look very simple to perform, but the asanas are extremely effective…”

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