Shilpa Shetty shows yoga stretches in a wheelchair, says ‘pair toota hai himmat nahi’

Shilpa Shetty Kundra hasn't let her leg injury stop her! She shared some yoga stretches for anyone with knee or back pain.

Shilpa Shetty yoga stretches
Check out Shilpa Shetty Kundra's latest yoga routine! Image courtesy: Instagram | Shilpa Shetty
Vanshika Sharma Published on: 22 August 2022, 23:18 pm IST
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Some people remain unstoppable when it comes to their fitness regime even in the face of an adversity. Shilpa Shetty Kundra is one such fine example! The actress and fitness aficionado, who is recovering from a leg injury, demonstrated a few yoga stretches for anyone with knee or back pain.

Shilpa never misses a single chance to inspire and motivate her social media fans and followers with her dedication towards yoga and fitness. The actress has been resting since 10 days, but says being idle for too long isn’t great.

“No reason is good enough to not stretch. So, even though the injury needs me to take it easy for a few weeks, inactivity can make you rusty,” Shilpa shares on Instagram.

On a motivational note, Shilpa adds, “Don’t let anything get in the way of your routine. You can overcome the biggest hurdles simply by believing YOU CAN and having the WILL to change things.”

Check out her post here!

 

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3 yoga stretches you can practice if you have knee or back pain

The latest glimpse into her health routine gives out 3 yoga stretches that can be done to strengthen and improve the flexibility of the spine and the back muscles. These are also helpful for the digestive system.

1. Parvatasana

Parvatasana is an asana for stretching the spine laterally (upward). Also called the mountain posture, its benefits include stability and strength.

How to do parvatasana?
* After inhaling, bend to the right while keeping your head between your arms.
* Without moving below the waist, let the spine to arch sideways.
* Immediately after breathing out, in 3 seconds, return to the centre position.
* To finish one round, inhale for three seconds, then move to the left.

2. Utthita Parsvakonasana

The extended side angle pose or Utthita Parsvakonasana is one of the asanas used in contemporary yoga exercises. This pose enables the groin, spine, waist and shoulders to get amply stretched. The chest and lungs are expanded, and the abdominal organs are stimulated. It also benefits, strengthens, and extends the legs, knees and ankles. So, this yoga asana is best if you want to stretch and strengthen your body.

Parsvakonasana
A standing version of Parsvakonasana. Image courtesy: Grand Master Akshar

3. Bharadwajasana

Bharadvajasana is a modern yoga pose that involve twisting. This twisting pose should be avoided during pregnancy.

How to do Bharadwajasana?
* Put your right hand on your back and place your left hand beneath your right knee with your fingers pointing back toward your knee.
* Exhale while twisting your torso and keeping your left sitting bone heavy.
* Inhale to stretch your spine.
* Once more turning from your torso, cast your sight to the right.

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