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Sophie Choudry In Bathing Suit Says Hi from Maldives

Here's how she stays fit.

Singer and actress Sophie Choudry, British-born but big in India, was asked by a fan to share an unseen image of her in the Maldives, and the wish was granted. In between performances and TV and movie roles, she makes time for herself, so she can look good and feel her best. "You lose yourself in things you love..You find yourself there too," she said recently. How does she stay so fit? 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 Says "Take 20 Minutes a Day" for Physical Activity

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During the worst of lockdown, Choudry posted a message. "With everything that's going on I haven't been as motivated as I usually am. But I decided I need to snap out of it & realised even 20 mins of physical activity a day can make a world of difference! So while we are consumed by so many emotions & trying to stay safe, take time out for yourself!! Let's Go💪🏼" she captioned a video of herself on a trampoline. Eva Longoria is another trampoline fanatic. "Saturday plans 👟💪🏽☀️" she captioned one image, rolling hers out for use.


She Hits The Beach

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Choudry loves to enjoy time at the beach, and swimming in the ocean. She posted this photo of herself in the water on Instagram. Even if it's winter where you are, head out. "Walking and running are the easiest of the outdoor exercises to keep up during the cold winter months as they don't really require much in the way of extra gear or certain conditions. As long as it's not too cold, you can pretty much put on your shoes and, with some extra preparation, hit the road," says the Mayo Clinic. "Just be careful about sidewalk conditions: surfaces can often be uneven which can cause injuries if you're not paying attention. And do your best to keep to clear sidewalks as snow and ice can make things even more treacherous."


She Does Pilates

Choudry posts a lot of photos and videos of herself working out on Instagram. One of her go-to workouts is doing Pilates. She posted this video of herself doing the teaser Pilates pose with a bar, and holding it. She captioned the video, "Teaser. No seriously, that's what this exercise is called!"


She Does Yoga

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Choudry revealed on Instagram that she has started to practice yoga, and that the pandemic really made her pick it up. She wrote in the caption, "Even though I'm more of a Pilates girl, this past year has made me appreciate the importance of stretching & breathing for your mind, body & soul. Happy Yoga Day." "When you're first getting started with your home yoga practice, there's nothing wrong with following along with an app or a video. But know that you have the option to create a more personal practice once you feel comfortable enough to do so. You don't have to do a 30- or 60-minute flow-based session every time. You can do a couple of yoga poses and meditate, you can stretch do and breath work or you can meditate the entire time. The ultimate goal is to create a practice that serves you," says the Cleveland Clinic.


She Works Out Her Lower Body

Choudry doesn't skip leg day, or other lower body exercises. She has posted videos on Instagram of herself working out her lower body at the gym. In this video, she is seen doing kettlebell squats and raises, kettlebell lunges, and lunges with an exercise ball. In this video, she is seen doing donkey kicks and squats with a friend. "There are many reasons for keeping the legs strong including reducing fall risk, improving metabolism, and getting out of a chair with more ease. Additionally, according to a British study done on twins, published in 2015, there is also a link between brain health and leg strength," says the Mayo Clinic.

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