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Keerthy Suresh in Workout Gear Does Headstand

Suresh is seen in a headstand pose.

Keerthy Suresh is a very successful Indian actress. She has appeared in several films, including, Ring Master, Sarkar, and Remo. She likes to do yoga, and shared a video on Instagram of herself doing it recently. In it, Suresh is seen in a headstand pose, while her dog watches. She captioned the post, "The beauty of seeing the world upside down." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Keerthy Suresh stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Has A Dog

As you can also see in her Instagram post, Suresh has a dog, whom she prominently features on Instagram. The Animal Health Foundation states that pets can reduce stress. "Sure, it can be stressful to have pets when you are afraid one might be sick or you can't figure out how to get them to stop breaking your blinds, but overall, pets are known to reduce stress. Cortisol is a hormone activated by stress, and studies have found that being around animals can decrease cortisol levels. For this reason, many offices are starting to allow employees to bring dogs to work, and some universities are letting students borrow dogs during stressful times of the year."


She's Determined


Suresh opened up about her career in an interview with The Hindustan Times. She says that she has a strong desire to succeed. "I have started to feel more responsible after 'Mahanati'. My determination to be a perfectionist goes up if it's a female-centric movie with the aim of exploring myself as an actor. I am open to doing web-series provided the concept/story is good and my feature film schedules are not affected."


She Dances

Suresh likes to dance. She shared this video on Instagram of herself doing a dance challenge. Prudential reports that dancing has a lot of benefits. One of the benefits is improving your flexibility. "The movements associated with dance can increase flexibility and reduce stiffness. Don't over-exert yourself though – even the simple stretches associated with dancing can help ease joint pain and any soreness from other more strenuous exercises."


She Does Push-Ups

Suresh likes to do push-ups. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself doing them. Harvard Health states that the exercise has a lot of benefits. "The push-up engages your body from top to bottom. It works several muscle groups at once: the arms, chest, abdomen (core), hips, and legs. Push-ups also can be modified as needed."


She Does Yoga

As you can see from her recent post, Suresh likes to do yoga to stay in shape. Yoga has a lot of health benefits. John Hopkins Medicine reports, "Slow movements and deep breathing increase blood flow and warm up muscles, while holding a pose can build strength. Yoga is as good as basic stretching for easing pain and improving mobility in people with lower back pain. The American College of Physicians recommends yoga as a first-line treatment for chronic low back pain."

Anna Bechtel
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