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Apart from impeccable fashion sense and the latest show, ‘Moving In With Malaika’, one more thing has impressed Malaika Arora’s fans over the years – her dedication towards living a healthy lifestyle. Malaika dedicates her enviable figure and inspiring fitness to yoga. The star often gets clicked by the paparazzi outside her yoga studio in Mumbai and shares motivation at the beginning of every week through workout videos. Today is one such day. Malaika dropped a video of herself practising Warrior poses in a yoga flow routine. Her flexibility and core strength will serve as a workout motivation for the entire week. (Also Read | Malaika Arora ditches pants for mini shirt dress and sweater vest in these cool pics inside an auto: Check out here)
Malaika Arora is a yoga warrior in a new video
On Monday, Malaika Arora posted a video from the yoga studio. It shows the star practising Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II) and Warrior III (Virabhadrasana III) poses in a yoga flow routine. She captioned the clip, “Hello Warrior divas. You possess the strength and willpower of a warrior. All you have to do is realize it. For me, yoga is the tool to unleash my potential, feel powerful and attempt challenges fiercely. And today, I want you to start your day by affirming with me. I am enough. I choose to be kind to myself. I am grateful for another day of life. Have a wonderful week ahead.” Check out the post below.
The video begins with Malaika standing in the Warrior II pose, also known as Virabhadrasana II. Then, she bends her body forwards, rests her palms on the floor, lifts her leg in the air parallel to the floor, and brings her hands near the chest to join them in namaste. She stays in the Warrior III pose for a few seconds, brings her leg down, stretches her body and hands upwards, brings them back in front of her chest, and stands in Pranamasana.
Warrior Pose Benefits:
Warrior poses strengthen the shoulders, arms, legs, ankles and back. The pose opens the hips, chest and lungs, improves focus, balance and stability, encourages good circulation and respiration, and stretches your arms, legs, shoulders, neck, belly, groins and ankles. It also energizes the body.
So, are you trying out the poses this week?