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Shilpa Shetty will not let anything come between herself and yoga, not even a leg injury!

Shilpa Shetty Believes in the Yoga Mantra – Yoga itself will happen (Yoga can make this possible). She believes in channeling her dedication and hard work into a daily yoga routine – leg injury or not. Yes, we are talking about the leg injury that the actor suffered on the sets of one of his upcoming projects. The actor announced the injury on his Instagram profile with a picture of himself in a wheelchair and resting his injured leg on a platform. Along with the picture, she also mentioned that she would be MIA for 6 weeks and would come back after that. However, she’s not letting anything in between his exercise and himself Not even an injured leg. She made little changes in the routine here and there and continued to stay fit and kept practicing her fitness routine with her injury.

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The actor shared fresh on Monday fitness inspection for us and asked us if any excuse was enough to skip the workout routine – certainly not for Shilpa, who did her yoga asanas while in her wheelchair. In the video, Shilpa can be seen starting her week on a high note with a routine of Tiryaka Tadasana (Swing Palm Tree Pose) and Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose). Along with the video, he also spoke about the need to work out and stay fit, with or without injury. “Is the problem really the problem or is our approach to the problem the real problem? This thought got me thinking this morning… Why is an injury preventing me from enjoying my routine? And so, I decided that I will not give it that power. On that note, today’s yoga session It involves a very simple and easy asana: Tiryaka Tadasana.” Here’s a look at her routine:

Shilpa also spoke about the health benefits of both the yoga asanas performed by her. “It stimulates bowel movements, provides a good stretch in the sidewalls, and gives a good stretch to the oblique muscles that improves spinal flexibility,” she wrote of her Tiryaka Tadasana. As for Gomukhasana, Shilpa said, “It not only improves body posture, but also stretches the shoulders and triceps. In addition, it helps to open up the chest and lungs. It’s also helpful if your shoulder is frozen.”



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