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Roshni Walia in Bathing Suit Enjoys "Pool Day"

Here’s how she stays in shape

Roshni Walia has been acting since she was young. She's best known for her roles in the series Tara from Satara and Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap. Walia just shared some new photos on Instagram. In them, she sat by the pool enjoying a pizza. She wore a blue bathing suit top with black and white straps and a black and white striped bottom. She captioned the post, "Pool day." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Roshni Walia 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 Swims

As you can see from her recent post, Walia spends a lot of time at the pool. She likes to swim to keep herself in shape. She shared this reel on Instagram of herself walking into a pool and swimming. Walia captioned the post, "Pool days make me happy." Better Health reports that swimming has a lot of benefits. "Swimming is a great recreational activity for people of all ages. Recreational swimming can provide you with a low-impact workout and it's a good way to relax and feel good."


She Works Out Her Legs

Walia shares a lot of her favorite workouts on Instagram. She makes sure to not skip leg day, as she does a lot of lower body exercises. Walia posted this video of herself and a friend at the gym together. In it, they are seen doing squats together. Walia is seen using the leg press machine while lying down and adjusting weights. She captioned the post, "Tag your gym buddy."


She Weight Trains

Walia likes to weight train to stay in shape. In several of her gym videos from her Instagram, she is seen using weights and strength training. In this video, Walia is seen doing deadlifts and bridge raises with a barbell, kettlebell squats, and lunges with hand weights. She also posted this video of herself using weights, captioning it, "Lifting 60 kgs."


She Does Pull-Ups

Walia does a lot of upper body workouts to stay in shape. One thing she likes to do is pull-ups. She shared this video on Instagram of herself doing them on two hanging bars at the gym. Pull ups can help build arm muscles and improve grip strength. They are also a form of resistance training. A study in Current Sports Medicine states, "Resistance training stimulates increased muscle protein turnover and actually has a dual impact on resting metabolic rate. First, as a chronic response, resistance training results in greater muscle mass that necessitates more energy at rest for ongoing tissue maintenance. A 1.0-kg increase in trained muscle tissue may raise resting metabolic rate by about 20 cal·d. Second, as an acute response, resistance training causes tissue microtrauma that requires relatively large amounts of energy for muscle remodeling processes that may persist for 72 h after the training session."


She Works Out Her Back

Walia does a lot of back exercises to stay in shape. She shared this gym video on Instagram of herself doing shoulder pulldowns, sitting lateral pulldowns, and tricep curls with weights. Walia captioned the post, "Back day." Having a strong back is important. A study in The Ochsner Journal states, "Musculoskeletal strengthening of the lumbar and cervical extensors has been shown to significantly reduce pain and provide successful clinical results for patients suffering from chronic back and neck pain. Lumbar strengthening has been successful because it is a safe exercise, it is prescribed based on pretreatment evaluation, and it provides objective measurements."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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