Inside Malaika Arora’s weekday yoga diaries. It’s super intense
With the help of dumbbells, Malaika can be seen performing the Warrior II Pose. Check out the many benefits of the yoga routine here.
Malaika Arora is a fitness enthusiast. The actor keeps reinstating the importance of yoga for health and fitness. Malaika, in multiple interviews, has been quotes speaking of the time in her life when she was undergoing a rough patch. It was that time that she turned to yoga, and since then, there has been no going back. Malaika strictly believes in the power of yoga in healing the body and the mind, and keeps sharing yoga inspo for her fans on Instagram on a regular basis. Malaika is a regular at Diva Yoga studio – the actor is regularly photographed by paparazzi in Mumbai on her way to the yoga studio. Malaika's daily athleisure diaries are also fashion goals for us.
Malaika also keeps sharing snippets from her yoga routine on her Instagram profile on a regular basis. Be it having an intense routine with a number of complicated asanas, or taking a break and relaxing the muscles with a calm stretch, Malaika can do it all. A day back, the official Instagram handle of Diva Yoga shared a short video compilation of Malaika Arora working out with her yoga squad. In the video, Malaika can be seen performing the Warrior II pose with the help of two dumbbells in her both hands. Working on strengthening her arm muscles, Malaika can be seen repeatedly performing the yoga asana, also known as Virabhadrasana II. “Working out with my diva squad is especially fun when we challenge ourselves and take up high-intensity workouts. Sculpts are the perfect props to add strength training to your yoga practice,” read an excerpt of Diva Yoga’s post that featured Malaika. Take a look at the video here:
The fitness routine, performed by Malaika in the video, comes with multiple health benefits. It helps in stretching the hips, groins and shoulder muscles. Warrior II pose also helps in opening up the chest and lungs, and stimulating the abdominal muscles. Improved circulation, respiration, balance and stability are also benefits of performing the yoga routine on a regular basis. It also helps in energising the body and alleviating backache symptoms.