Workout routines are essential to great healthy habits and tremendous weight loss journeys. Janhvi’s workout routines are said to be legendary on Instagram according to her following of over sixteen million people. Her page is a great place to pick up some tips for intense workouts and pilates.
Janhvi Kapoor’s workout routines are something of an Instagram legend—the star’s sixteen-million strong following is well-acquainted with her love for pilates, often even buddying up with fellow starlet Sara Ali Khan for leg and mobility-based exercises by the poolside. If you’ve been looking for motivation to kickstart your fitness routine after the pandemic-induced slump, the 25-year-old recommends taking things outdoors. The change of scenery can slice through the monotony of working indoors, while ensuring that you don’t fall off the wagon during vacations. Ahead, her go-to fitness trainer Namrata Purohit talks to Vogue about the young star’s holiday workout routine.
Inside Janhvi Kapoor’s holiday workout routine
“When Janhvi is not prepping for a role she is just like everyone else—enjoying her time off with the things she loves and eating the things she enjoys. However, Janhvi genuinely loves working out and she chooses to keep up with her fitness routine by training and staying active during holidays. Similarly, if she has to prepare for a role, she follows the set plan during vacations as well,” shares Purohit. While the Roohi star’s fitness goals adapt to the roles she’s working on, her aim is currently to get lean while staying extremely fit and agile.
In pursuit of the same, Kapoor has adopted Pilates as her primary form of exercise, including reformer as well as mat-based exercises and a mix of yoga, functional training and other cardiovascular routines. Purohit adds, “There is no set workout that Janhvi follows on a holiday as the plan depends on circumstances and accessibility to equipment or props. Also, no two workouts are the same and the nature of the routine keeps changing. Some of her go-to favourites include hip lifts, butterfly hip lifts, sumo squats with heel raises, ab preps and obliques, planks and side planks.”
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