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Sara Ali Khan in Bathing Suit Says "Try Try Try"

Here's how she stays fit.

Sara Ali Khan is used to costume changes; after all, she's the star of many movies, including Kedarnath and Simmba. But never have we seen her wear so many outfits (including swimsuits) than in her new video she just posted, tagging celebrity stylist Ami Patel. It came with a poem: "Try try try 👗👙👖 / Till it's almost brain fry 🧠🤯 / But I know the real reason why 💁🏻‍♀️ / You make me go through all this- yell scream and cry 😿 / And not gonna lie 🙅🏻‍♀️ I love the effort you consistently apply 🙌 @stylebyami" Responded the stylist in the comments: "ONLY YOU would put the GUTS to post your trial pictures but then you look 💣 even in these trial images @saraalikhan95 LOVE LOVE LOVE YOU ❤️❤️❤️" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sara Ali Khan 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!


This is How She Got Into Fitness

"For me, it all started in New York. I weighed 96kg and had a year to go before I graduated. The transition from pizza to salad and from lethargy to cardio is how I kickstarted my fitness journey. I simply started eating healthy and began working out when in New York. There were so many different types of classes in that city, from functional training to boxing to cycling. But because I was so overweight at the start, [my routine] was more about cardio-heavy workouts like walking, cycling and hitting the treadmill—so that I could lose the weight before entering the intermediate forms of exercise," she told Vogue.


Sara Ali Khan Has This Workout Trick

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"The main thing for me is to get any form of workout at least six times a week," she has said. "I recently discovered that on YouTube you can change the playback speed of songs. So now I can actually work out to pretty much any song depending on the pace of it. I can always make it 1.25, 1.5 or two times faster than the original track, so that makes it a lot easier," Sara Ali Khan told Vogue.


She Does Vinyasa Yoga

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Sara Ali Khan enjoys Vinyasa yoga. "The potential health benefits of yoga include:

  • Stress reduction. A number of studies have shown that yoga may help reduce stress and anxiety. It can also enhance your mood and overall sense of well-being.
  • Improved fitness. Practicing yoga may lead to improved balance, flexibility, range of motion and strength.
  • Management of chronic conditions. Yoga can help reduce risk factors for chronic diseases, such as heart disease and high blood pressure. Yoga might also help alleviate chronic conditions, such as depression, pain, anxiety and insomnia," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Does Pilates

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"Pilates-based exercises performed along with standard exercise programs were more effective for improving balance and quality of life than standard exercise programs alone," write the authors of one study. "Pilates mat exercises contributed to increase in the strength and endurance of core muscles in post delivered women and even improve the fitness of women by improvement in cardiorespiratory fitness and decrease in the girth measurements," says another study.


She Has Had PCOS

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Sara Ali Khan has talked about having PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) on Koffee With Karan. "I was 96 kgs. Actually, I had PCOS. I still do. And, because of that, I think I put on the amount of weight that I did. Because of that, there was also a hormone problem." Other celebrities—from Leah Michele to Victoria Beckham—have had PCOS, and so has celebrity trainer Jillian Michaels. "PCOS – short for polycystic ovarian syndrome is a health condition that affects 1 in 10 women. Literally, it's the development of small fluid filled sacs or 'cysts' in the ovaries and it's caused by a hormone imbalance. Too much androgenic hormones (testosterone, DHEA) and not enough estrogen. PCOS is also linked to insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes," she once wrote. "Therefore, in my opinion, when it comes to PCOS the key is to look for the reasons your hormones are out of whack in the first place and address that! The top reasons are as follows –" bad "food and way too much of it. Not enough exercise."

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