Sakshi Chopra in Bathing Suit Has "Angel Energy"
Sakshi Chopra is enjoying some time by the pool in a very Victoria's Secret-esque swimsuit. Chopra shared a reel of herself walking in slow motion next to the water, wearing a lacy black bikini. "Angel energy👼🏻 #backtoblack," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Chopra 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!
Chopra enjoys drinking coffee for energy and health benefits. "More than 30 million Americans have type 2 diabetes, a disease marked by blood glucose (sugar) levels that are too high," says UCLA Health. "But according to a recent review of 30 studies, you can decrease your risk of type 2 diabetes by drinking coffee (caffeinated or decaffeinated) every day."
Focus On Being Present
Chopra emphasizes the mental health benefits of being present in the moment. "It's very important to be present in the moment and also to be open to new opportunities that display themselves in the process of working and practicing," she says. "Lately, I've been promoting brands and modeling as I also have a passion for style and fashion. I truly believe that a person's stylistic choices reflect who they are."
Hard Work and Discipline
Chopra believes in the power of hard work and discipline. "If you really, really want something very badly, you can't wait around," she says. "You will have to do the manual work to acquire it. Like a video game, small tasks everyday to complete the full mission."
Embracing Her Unique Style
Chopra doesn't believe in fitting in with everyone else. "I think women should be allowed to dress how they want," she says. "It is stupid to judge each other just on the basis of one piece of cloth. My mom did ask me why I am putting such pictures, but when I told her to let me be, she respected what I am."
Chopra believes in the importance of self-expression and authenticity. "My existence is my consciousness, my body is an instrument through which my consciousness experiences life," she says. "The body to me is a vessel we occupy at this time & I choose to be as I arrived on this earth, as I shall leave. It's an expression & it's all momentary. My music, these images, this will all become part of that which I'll leave behind once this journey's over. People get so disturbed by nakedness, it's all part of the experience, it's natural. Someday, generations later thanks to social media my great-great-great-grandkids will see my free spirit. what a world"