Tridha Choudhury in Bathing Suit Says "Oh Bangalore"
Tridha Choudhury is enjoying a revitalizing vacation in Bangalore, spending lots of time soaking up the sun in her swimsuit. The actress, who is currently vacationing at The Leela Palace Bengaluru, shared a bunch of photos to social media of her adventures. "Oh Bangalore… you have revived me," she captioned one series of snaps, wearing a pale yellow swimsuit while in a pool. How does the star maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 5 ways Tridha Choudhury 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 Lost Weight During the Pandemic
Lots of people put on pounds during the pandemic, but Choudhury maintains she lost weight. "The lockdown has helped me shed a lot of weight," she told Indulge Express. "I am walking and running a lot and also playing a lot of basketball, which is keeping me fit."
She Stays Away From Sugar
While her overall approach to diet is moderate, there is one thing she tries to stay away from. "More than a balanced diet, I believe in not consuming certain things. Sugar is the culprit in everyone's diet and I control the additional intake of sugar," she told Indulge Express.
She Practices Intermittent Fasting
Tridha is one of the many stars who practice intermittent fasting. "Also, for four days a week, I follow the intermittent diet where I skip breakfast and have brunch and then early dinner," she told Indulge Express.
She Prioritizes Sleep
Tridha prioritizes sleep and hydration, especially before an important job or a big shoot the next day. "It's a very good night's sleep actually and I do not consume alcohol or sugar the night before a very important video shoot," she told Indulge Express when asked about health tips. "In video shoots, you cannot afford to look puffy or tired."
She Exercises Outdoors
Tridha is very active outdoors. In addition to hitting the beach and going boating, she also likes to take her workouts al fresco. "Sunday stretch," she captioned this image from one of her workouts, done outside at the Soho House Mumbai. "When you're stretching, keep it gentle. Breathe freely as you hold each stretch for around 30 seconds. Try not to hold your breath. Don't bounce or hold a painful stretch. Expect to feel tension while you're stretching. If you feel pain, you've gone too far," says the Mayo Clinic.