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Kriti Sanon in Two-Piece Workout Gear Has a "Glute Morning"

"Get Set Tribe!”

Kriti Sanon is getting her sweat on – in her workout gear. In a new social media post the Indian actress flaunts her amazing figure in a sports bra and leggings during a workout session with her personal trainer, Karan Sawhney."Glute Morning! ✌️👊🏻🦵🏻🏋️‍♀️Get Set Tribe!" she captioned the post. How does the star approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


A Multi-Faceted Approach to Health

Kriti approaches health from all angles. "Being fit is being healthy and happy—it's all correlated. Being fit means having a good immune system, a good balance in your body, and good stamina and strength," she told Vogue India


HIIT, Pilates, and Yoga

HIIT, pilates, and yoga are all part of Kriti's exercise routine. "Depending on where I'm staying, I try to find a gym nearby. I mainly go for weight training with exercises I can do on my own," she added in another interview. "When there is no gym available, like when I was shooting for Heropanti in Patiala, I used to go for running and used a yoga mat in my room to do mat exercises."



Kriti also dances. "I also love dancing and add it to my workouts 2-3 times a week. Dancing is a great form of workout because you use your whole body, it's not monotonous at all. I've learnt kathak as a child but I'm not so much into classical dancing. I like mixing forms—sometimes jazz, sometimes Bollywood and contemporary," she revealed in a 2018 interview. Dancing helps build strength and promote flexibility, and also helps you lose weight and promotes cardiovascular function. A 2016 study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine determined that people who engaged in moderate-intensity dancing were 46 percent less likely to develop heart disease or die from it than non-dancers. In comparison, moderate-intensity walkers were just 25 percent less likely to suffer heart health issues.


Small Portion Sizes

Kriti avoids eating large meals. "It's important to watch what you eat, when you eat, and the gap between your meals. Have smaller portions every two hours," she shared in an interview. "I sometimes like having dates too, it gives you instant energy," she added.


Mental Health

Kriti. "Take care of your body and it will take care of you," she shared on World Health Day on Instagram, along with a photo of herself meditating. "Get out of your lazy beds and do some exercise- walk around, yoga, mat workout, dance (my fav), cardio, anything.. just wake up every inch of your body, and you'll have a great day." 


Here Is Her Workout

In her latest workout video Kriti does a variety of exercises with her trainer. 

  • Elevated deficit lunge
  • Single leg hip thrust
  • Sumo squats
  • Weighted lateral squats
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