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Jasmine Bhasin in Workout Gear Aims for "Summer Body Goals"

“Back to it,” she wrote on the Instagram Stories image.

Jasmine Bhasin is getting fit for summer – in her workout clothes. In a new social media post the Indian actress and model poses in the mirror for a selfie during a grueling workout at the gym. "Back to it," she wrote on the Instagram Stories image, adding the hashtag #summerbodygoals. How does the 33-year-old maintain her fit physique? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Strength and Weight Training

"I basically do weight training, a little bit of cardio and I advocate going to the gym, it's not important to hire a personal trainer there are many apps on the phone we can just watch them and workout, just be aware of your body, listen to your body if it says to rest for a day or two, don't force your body for anything," Jasmine told Women Fitness.


Here Is What Her Workouts Consist Of

In an Instagram video, Jasmine showed her followers what an average strength and core training session looks like. In it, she does Weighted Lunges, Suspension Strap Pulls-Ups, Weighted Squats, variation of Lunges, Glute Bridge Exercise, Jumping Jacks and stretches. 


Warm Water with Lemon and Honey and Chlorophyll Water


Jasmine hydrates in the morning. "I start my day with a glass of warm water with lemon and honey, I started having chlorophyll water which is very good for your liver and your skin, I start my day with that," she told Women Fitness. 


Balanced Diet

Jasmine Bhasin/Instagram

"I love food and I cannot resist my love for unhealthy food," Jasmine told Women Fitness. "I try to balance my meal by cheating once in a week because I love to eat things which are unfortunately unhealthy so to keep myself happy and healthy, I cheat once a week. Five favorite foods I will fall for any time are Butter chicken, Pizza, Spaghetti Meatballs, mango and malai ice-cream, and jalebis."



Jasmine Bhasin/Instagram

Jasmine does yoga three days a week. "I think yoga gives me awareness not just about my body from the outside but also about my internal organs. I feel it's very important because it teaches you self-realisation of your body. And breathing into all the organs and body parts is also very important to keep it healthy. It draws your attention towards your body and its abilities so that you can strengthen your mind too and not just your body," Jasmine told Times of India. "It has changed my life. I sleep better, I eat better, it has changed my whole outlook. Breathing techniques in yoga help me keep my mind cool and stable."

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