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  • February 22, 2018
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1. Yoga:
Almost a synonym to India, Yoga is amongst the best inheritance from our ancestors. Introduced in our country, the world now swears by the fitness boons of Yoga. The breathing and workout practice not just keeps the body fit but also heals the mind. Improved breathing mechanism, well-shaped limbs, mental stability, peace, discipline and an ageless skin are some of the many advantages of Yoga. Do some research, connect with the right trainer, understand your body’s requirements and get to it.

2. Pilates:
While yoga is renowned for being the best way to improve flexibility, Pilates can be equally helpful. Instead of static stretches, Pilates focuses on movements while stretching. This was introduced by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century as a way of building strength and stamina, improving posture, and toning one’s core. It acts as an advantage for performers as it enhances plasticity, a requirement for dancing and action related drama.

3. Stunt Training:
Looking for a solution which combines your work and workout? Stage combat and stunt training are the ideal bets for you. Get into shape whilst continuously increasing and bettering your skills. Identify the best classes around you and enroll at the earliest. And apart from being great at action sequences as an actor, stunts also open avenues for you as an alternative career in the industry.

4. Dance Classes:
Dance is a beautiful way of getting into shape without your regimen getting monotonous and dry. One can pick from an array of genres. Over and above being entertaining, it adds rhythm, flexibility and style to your movement. Get started by finding a class (Bollywood, hip-hop, salsa, waltz and so on) in your area, or grab a boom box and start one yourself. In case you have two left feet, don’t stress! The right kind of music and trainer will make it seem effortless.

5. Barre Fitness Workouts:
Barre is distinguished from other group fitness activities by its incorporation of movements derived from ballet. These classical dance movements and positions are combined with those drawn from yoga and Pilates and other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resistance bands, yoga straps, exercise balls and hand weights. Barre classes typically focus on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. It is also a recommendation by physiotherapists for those who cannot engage in vigorous movements. As a performer, apart from staying fit, it adds elegance and grace to your gait.


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