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Sophie Choudry in Bathing Suit Takes a "Night Swim"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Singer Sophie Choudry just shared a stunning new set of photos to Instagram. In them, she went for a late night swim. Choudry wore a red bikini, looking gorgeous. She captioned the post, "Night addiction yet, eyes haven't gone." How does she stay in shape? Read on to see 5 ways Sophie Choudry 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 Works Out At Home

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Choudry revealed her workout secrets to Times of India. She says that she likes to work out from home. She also says that this is what she did during the lockdown. "I somehow managed to stay fit through lockdown by doing online sessions with my trainer, Yashmin Karachiwala, and followed YouTube videos. 


She Works Out To Stay Sane

For Choudry, working out is a way to keep her mental state healthy. She tells Times of India, "With all of us being stuck in our homes, one thing we have to do is focus on our health. Working out helps me to keep my physical fitness and mental sanity. I got into such a good routine through the lockdown."


She Does A Variety Of Workouts On A Regular Basis

Choudry described her fitness routine to Times of India. For her, exercise is all about consistency and variety. "I do pilates, strength training, and cardio. I go four times a week."


She Isn't Trying To Lose Weight

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Choudry tells Times of India that she isn't trying to lose weight when she works out. "I don't work out to be skinny or anything like that. As soon as work gets full-blown again, in terms of stage shows and shooting, you need to be fit to be in this line of work. It makes me really happy and I enjoy working out."


She Eats Healthy

Choudry makes sure to eat healthy. She tells Miss Malini that diet is the most important thing in her wellness routine. "There is no point in burning calories in a workout only to binge on junk food later," she says. "80% of weight control is subject to a healthy diet."

Anna Bechtel
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