New Delhi: The Singham actress Kajal Aggarwal Kitchlu is expecting her first baby with her husband Gautam Kitchlu. However, her pregnancy did not impair her from following a regular fitness regime. On Monday, the actress shared her fitness journey during pregnancy in a video that showed her practicing pilates and barre exercises.
Taking to Instagram, Kajal shared an Instagram Reel where she features in a very peri shade gym wear. The 36-year-old actress shared some glimpses of doing some exercises with her trainer. She flaunted her baby bump and radiated her pregnancy glow as she lifted some dumbbells and practiced strengthening exercises. Her Reel was shared along with a caption saying that pregnancy is a different experience of life altogether. She wrote, “I have always been a very active person and worked out my whole life. Pregnancy is a different ball game! All women who are pregnant without complications should be encouraged to participate in aerobic and strength conditioning exercises as part of a healthy lifestyle during their pregnancy.”
She continued saying how her transformative approach has made her stronger and more powerful. “Pilates and barre helped my body change for the better pre and through my pregnancy. This transformative approach has me feeling stronger, longer, and leaner. The goal of aerobic conditioning in pregnancy should be to maintain a good fitness level throughout without trying to reach peak fitness,” she added.
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The actress who mostly works in South Indian film industry with movies such as Indian Soldier Never on Holiday and Maari, recently bashed the trollers for body-shaming pregnant women during pregnancy. A part of her viral post read, “During pregnancy, our bodies go through several changes, including weight gain!! Sometimes our skin will break out with acne. We may also be much more tired than usual and have mood swings more often. These changes are NATURAL and while we are struggling to cope with all the new additions to our lives (especially the anticipation of the arrival of our tiny little humans), we don’t need to feel abnormal, we don’t need to fit in a box or a stereotype and we don’t need to be made uncomfortable or pressurised during the most beautiful, miraculous and precious phase of our lives!”