Anita Hassanandani is a well-known and much-loved face in the TV business. The TV show that was her stepping-stone to fame was Kabhi Sautan Kabhi Saheli, back in the year 2001. Ever since then, she has not stopped in her journey towards the top. She has featuredÂ in Bollywood as well as regional films. Currently, she is seen in Star Plusâ€™ hit show, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, as Shagun.
But, do you know what the best part about her is? It is the fact that in spite of being so successful and having such a busy schedule, Anita still manages to stay fit. She does not seem to have put on any kind of weight and even today she looks just like what she did when she first joined the industry. That, we believe is extremely remarkable. So, what exactly does she do to stay this fit? Well, sit back and relax, for we have all the juicy details on Anita Hassanandani™s fitness regime!
This means that she does not want her body to be calm and relaxed and become lazy. She wants to keep it goingÂ so that she can stay fit and healthy at all times. She believes in learning something new that can â€˜shock her bodyâ€™ and keep it active and guessing.
Every morning, Anita practices deep breathing exercises. She practices various kinds of breathing techniques such as abdominal breathing, Sama Vritti, Nadi Shodana, Kapal Bhati and guided visualisation. This helps her to relax and she believes that it can do wonders for the body and the mind. This is followed by lunging and stretching exercises.
The actress does not stick to a pattern in terms of working out. Her regime can change every day! The activities she indulges in on a regular basis are skipping, swimming, dancing, weight training, walking and running.
She always goes for a quick, half an hour walk after her morning yoga session. Once, Anita also took up belly dancing lessons. She said that apart from being a great exercise, it is a fabulous way to get some beautiful curves.
Anita revealed to a leading daily that she is a complete foodie. She loves eating and cannot resist when it comes to sweets. In addition to that, she said that she is not the kind of person who can go on an extreme diet.
Anita consumes a minimum of 5 small meals every day, so that her hunger pangs are kept at bay. Hunger pangs lead to overeating, ultimately resulting in weight gain. Despite a balanced diet plan, she also has her own cheat days, where she eats a little more than usual. You see, she is just like any of us!
However, she steers clear of spicy food as it can wreak havoc on your system, especially when youâ€™re trying to keep fit and lose that extra weight. For breakfast, Anita eats 2 eggs along with a South Indian dish such as upma, dosa or idli. For lunch, she consumes 2 chapattis, grilled fish and fresh vegetables.
During the evening, she eats some nuts and sometimes drinks a cup of hot filter coffee. She also tries to avoid non-vegetarian food in the night.