Some people remain invincible in terms of fitness even in adverse circumstances. Shilpa Shetty Kundra is one such example! The actress and fitness lover, who is recovering from a leg injury, performed some yoga asanas for people suffering from knee or back pain.
Shilpa does not miss a single opportunity to inspire and inspire her social media fans and followers with her dedication towards yoga and fitness. The actress has been taking rest for 10 days, but says being idle for too long is not a good thing.
“No one reason is enough to not stretch. So, even if the injury requires me to rest for a few weeks, inactivity can make you queasy,” Shilpa shared on Instagram.
On a motivational note, Shilpa adds, “Don’t let anything get in the way of your routine. You can only overcome the biggest obstacles by believing and wanting to change things.”
Check out his post here!
If you have knee or back pain then 3 yogasanas you can do
The latest glimpse into his fitness routine gives 3 yoga stretches that can be done to strengthen and improve the flexibility of the spine and back muscles. They are also helpful for the digestive system.
Parvatasana is an asana for lateral (upward) stretching of the spine. Also called mountain pose, its benefits include stability and strength.
How to do Parvatasana?
* While inhaling, keep the head between the arms and bend to the right.
* Turn the spine to the side without bending the waist.
* While exhaling, immediately come to the center position in 3 seconds.
* To complete one round, inhale for three seconds, then move to the left.
2. Utthita Parsvakonasana:
Extended Lateral Angle Pose or Utthita Parsvakonasana is one of the asanas used in contemporary yoga practice. This pose enables the waist, spine, waist and shoulders to stretch adequately. The chest and lungs expand, and the abdominal organs are stimulated. It also benefits, strengthens and extends the feet, knees and ankles. So, if you want to stretch and strengthen your body then this yoga asana is the best.
Bharadvajasana is a modern yoga pose that involves twisting. This twisting pose should be avoided during pregnancy.
How to do Bharadvajasana?
* Place your right hand on your back and your left hand under your right knee and point your fingers towards your knee.
* Exhale while twisting your torso and keep your left sitting bone heavy.
* Inhale to stretch your spine.
* Turn from your torso once again, keeping your gaze to the right.