Jasmin Bhasin in Bathing Suit Enjoys "My Kind of Place"
Jasmin Bhasin, star of Tashan-e-Ishq, Dil Se Dil Tak, Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 9 and Bigg Boss 14, is a fitness nut and the results are clear. "Mandatory Maldives floating breakfast 🤪🤪 @kandima_maldives #mykindofplace," she captioned a new swimsuit photo. How does she stay fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jasmin Bhasin stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
She Does Kettlebell Swings
Jasmin does kettlebell swings. To do one: "Stand with the feet shoulder-width apart and the knees slightly bent, and hold a kettlebell with both hands with the palms facing down. Squeeze the handle in both hands, keep the back straight and sink back into the hips to pull the kettlebell back between the legs under the hips. Lift the chest, quickly push the hips forward, and pull the knees back to swing the kettlebell up in front of the body (Tip: the strength to move the weight should come from the legs and hips, NOT the shoulders.) Allow the kettlebell to come up to chest height before pulling it back down between the legs and slightly sinking back into the hips to prepare for the next repetition," says ACE Fitness.
She Does Planks
To do a plank like Jasmin: "Lie prone (on your stomach) on an exercise mat or floor with your elbows close to your sides and directly under your shoulders, palms down and hands facing forward. Contract your quadriceps to extend your legs and dorsiflex your ankles (pull toes towards your shins). Contract your core and abdominal muscles to stiffen your torso," says ACE Fitness.
She Uses a Foam Roller
Jasmin uses a foam roller. After choosing a hard or soft roller:
"1. Place the roller under your trigger points and lie across it. Let your body weight press the roller into the tight spots.
- Slow your roll: Less wiggle, more pressure. Try to press the roller into the tight spot and stay there. That deep, steady pressure should ease tension.
- Hit the spot: It may help to roll just above or below a trigger point. Use some trial and error to find the right place to press. It might feel uncomfortable while you roll, but your muscles should feel more relaxed when you're done," says the Cleveland Clinic and Chiropractor Chad Adams, DC..
She Does Burpees
"The nature of body-weight workouts forces you to focus and get down to business. In fact, if you add plyometric moves — such as lateral jumps, squat jumps or even skipping — to your routine, you can maximize calorie burn in 20 minutes or less. For example, perform a body-weight exercise, such as pushups, and then switch to another exercise, such as single-leg squats or tricep dips. In between these two exercises, get your heart rate up with a set of jumping jacks or burpees," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Does Squats
Squats with a weight are a great exercise with big benefits. "Weight training is a type of strength training that uses weights for resistance. Weight training provides stress to the muscles, causing them to adapt and get stronger, similar to the way aerobic conditioning strengthens your heart. Weight training can help you tone your muscles, improve your appearance and fight age-related muscle loss," says the Mayo Clinic.