Vedhika in Bathing Suit Says "Listen to the Sound of Waves Within You"
Actress Vedhika is known for the talent on the big screen and for her good looks. She just posted a stunning new photo of herself by the water this week. In it, she posed on a rock by the ocean. She wore a white one piece bathing suit and a sheer skirt. She captioned the photo, "Listen to the sound of waves within you." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Vedhika 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 Her Legs
Vedhika doesn't skip leg day. She makes sure to do some lower body workouts on a regular basis. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself doing standing donkey kicks with a kettlebell, captioning it, "Balancing act." She also posted this reel of herself doing leg curls, captioning it, "All progress takes place outside your comfort zone."
She Strength Trains
One type of workout Vedhika likes to do is strength and weight training. She posts a lot of videos on Instagram of herself doing different weight based exercises. She posted this reel of herself doing tricep lifts, captioning it, "No excuses." Vedhika also posted this reel of herself doing tricep kick backs.
Vedhika spends a lot of time at the beach. Naturally, she likes to go swimming as a way to stay active and spend time outside. She posted this reel of herself doing freestyle in the ocean on Instagram. Vedhika posted these set of photos of herself wading in the water, captioning it, "Oh bird of my soul… fly away now."
Vedhika likes to dance as a way to stay in shape. She posted this video of herself doing choreography on Instagram. The dance was choreographed by famed choreographer, Matt Steffanina, and is set to Justin Bieber's song, "Peaches."
She Helps Others
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vedhika was not afraid to use her platform to help those who needed it. She posted several photos on Instagram with numbers and companies that would help provide treatment for those who needed it. One thing Vedhika posted was this list of ambulance services.