Kritika Kamra Shares Swimsuit Photo of "A Day's Work"
Kritika Kamra is an extremely successful actress. She is best known for her roles in TV shows like Reporters and Kuch Toh Log Kahenge. She also appeared in the Bollywood film Mitron. Kamra recently enjoyed a day by the pool and the beach in Galle Fort. She shared a set of photos and a video on Instagram from the trip. In one photo, Kamra lay in a chair wearing a black swimsuit. In another, she posed in her swimsuit and cover up in front of a mirror. Kamra captioned the post, "Galle in a day's work." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Kritika Kamra stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
She Tones Her Body
Kamra shared some of her fitness and diet secrets in an interview with Pinkvilla. She says that she likes doing workouts that tone her body. "For a toned figure, bodyweight training and strength training without weights is great. My workout routine also includes yoga that was introduced to me by my mother.
She Limits Her Snacks To Healthy Options
Kamra tells PinkVilla that she only eats healthy snacks, and sometimes won't snack at all. "When fasting, I don't feel like snacking too much, because I usually have my meal so late," she explained. "Then maybe I'll have a coffee or work out because it is already dinner time. I usually eat fruit or munch on stuff like makhna or khakra sometimes. I try to avoid refined flour and refined sugar as much as I can unless it's a holiday or a cheat day! My in-between snacks include energy bars, nuts, quinoa puffs, healthy bhel, etc.
She Starts Her Day With Lemon Water & Coffee
Kamra says to PinkVilla that she doesn't eat a meal in the morning. "Every morning I drink some water with lemon juice in it. When I am shooting, then I have coffee, only black coffee. Breakfast doesn't feature in my life most of the times. So I take a lot of liquids and straight away have my lunch. I sometimes do keto with my brother. So sometimes intermittent fasting or keto. Sometimes I end up having breakfast dishes for lunch or dinner."
Kamra has taken up golf. She shared this video on Instagram of herself taking a swing at the driving range. Kamra captioned the post, "At least I tried." Better Health reports that golf has a lot of benefits. "Golf can be good for your health and your heart. Walking an average course for a round of golf can be between five to seven kilometres. If you walk 18 holes three to five times a week, you'll get an optimal amount of endurance exercise for your heart. If you pull your clubs or carry them, you'll burn even more calories each round and benefit even more."
Kamra loves to cook. She shared some of her favorite recipes with PinkVilla. "I recently made vegetable stew in coconut milk with cheese and millet rice with lots of curry leaves and mustard, etc. and it turned out to be pretty good! Another dish that I can cook is spinach ricotta mushroom pasta."