What is Siddharth Malhotra’s fitness routine?

Sidharth Malhotra bodybuilding fitness routine: Bollywood actor Siddharth Malhotra has tied the knot with actress Kiara Advani. While both the stars shared the wedding pictures on their social media accounts, Siddharth Malhotra wrote in the caption, ‘Now our permanent booking is done.

We seek your blessings and love for our journey ahead. Once again everyone’s eyes are on Siddharth Malhotra’s fit body in the wedding pictures. On one hand, girls are praising Siddharth Malhotra’s look and on the other hand, boys want to know the body-building secret of the actor. There is an opportunity and also a custom, so on the special occasion of Siddharth’s wedding, we are going to tell you his fitness secret.

Siddharth Malhotra’s name is not included among gym lovers, but he never misses any opportunity to exercise. Siddharth Malhotra has shared a video on his Instagram in which he is seen exercising by hanging from a tree.

1. Rope Exercise

Siddharth Malhotra fitness routine

Sidharth Malhotra is often seen doing rope exercises on the terrace of his house. Doing rope exercises helps in strengthening the muscles of the body. By doing rope exercise for 2 to 5 minutes daily, 20 to 50 calories can be burnt. Doing rope exercises regularly also helps in strengthening the hands. Rope exercise is considered best for those who do not want to do weight lifting.

2. Hanging upside down

Hanging upside down

Siddharth Malhotra often likes to hang upside down from a tree in the garden of his house. Hanging upside down can provide relief from cervical problems and pain in the spine. Regularly doing upside-down exercises helps in strengthening the back muscles. Many researches have revealed that hanging upside down helps in improving blood circulation in the body, which brings a glow on the skin.

3. Cycling


The actor loves cycling. Cycling regularly helps in strengthening the legs. Cycling helps in reducing obesity, strengthening immunity, increasing strength and reducing the risk of cancer.

4. Head Stand

Exercises like a headstand or wall stand work your core and improve balance while giving you the benefits of increased blood circulation and lymph flow. During this you have to engage your entire body using your shoulders, arms, core and back.

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