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Masaba Gupta in Bathing Suit Got "99 Swimsuits"

Here's how she stays fit.

Masaba Gupta, the Indian actress and fashion designer, recently posted several pictures of herself in a bathing suit. The last picture in the series showed her and her friend, the chef Pooja Dhingra, with sheet masks. Masaba writes "I got 99 swimsuits but 1 friend who will look crazy with me in Sheet Masks ( seriously how does anyone look half normal in these things ) ?" Nevertheless, Masaba manages to look great in the series. So, how does stay healthy? Read on to see 5 ways Masaba 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!



Masaba actively promotes a program with BeSavage to reduce PCOS symptoms. The program includes fitness suggestions as well as nutrition guidelines. In the India Times Masaba opens up about her own struggles with PCOS, "Not only is the designer, 30, vocal about her struggles with PCOS, an endocrine condition which affects 1 in 8 women across in India, she has also often talked about the diet and fitness regime she follows to manage PCOS and hormonal flare-ups." "She told how her morning workout and food has helped her get off medication for PCOS and focus better in life."


Morning Workout

For Masaba, her morning workouts are precious. The India Times reports, "According to Masaba, her 7 to 9 am walk, workout or yoga is a non-negotiable thing for her, which no amount of celebration from the night before, no amount of stress and no phone calls can distract her from." Piedmont states, "Exercise has also been shown to boost metabolism. While no study definitively proves that exercising in the morning increases your metabolism more than other times of the day, it does help to ensure you squeeze it in."


Keep Moving

Masaba's advice, be it for the gym, or for life is: "Keep moving!" In an Instagram post she says, "Movement to start the day & then 5000% focus on my work. So that's the learning – You gotta move! Slow & steady Not just on the mat or in the gym but also life! You gotta keep moving & growing and getting better!" The University of Colorado reminds us, "Shifting our focus and energy to activities that make us feel good, relieve stress and allow us to create a deeper connection with our body can help us to cultivate a more positive relationship with movement. It's also important to remember that all forms of movement count toward your physical activity. Going for walks, practicing yoga, bird watching and other low-impact activities share many of the same benefits as intense workouts."



The Masaba Masaba star, reveals on Instagram that she absolutely loves yoga. She says, "The Bakasana ( Crow or Crane Pose ) for me is a lesson in confidence & overcoming fear. Trusting your own strength, your core & arms and that you will not fall flat on your face. I love yoga for what it does not just to your body but also your mind." Harvard mentions, "Yoga develops inner awareness. It focuses your attention on your body's abilities at the present moment. It helps develop breath and strength of mind and body." It might be time to get that yoga mat back out.


Resistance Training

Known from Modern Love – Mumbai, Masaba lost quite few pounds. She says that know that she lost some body fat, it is time for body sculpting, in other words, some resistance training! Arizona State University reports "Research demonstrates that resistance training may decrease the risk of heart disease by lowering body fat, decreasing blood pressure, and improving cholesterol level."

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