Katrina's covid exercise programme

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Katrina Kaif's post-Covid exercise programme is motivational; here's what to remember.

Katrina Kaif recently shared how she is getting back "slowly" to her fitness routine….Learn more…

Friday, 18th June 2021

Covid-19 not only infects the respiratory system of the body, but it also affects immunity and severely damages it. As a result, when it comes to workout routines and other rigorous tasks, experts urge patients to take it very slowly during the recuperation phase. As a result, it's critical that you seek medical clearance before restarting your workout programme.

Actress Katrina Kaif recently discussed how she trusted her body and eventually returned to her pre-Covid lifestyle.

“It's back to work!” I've got to be patient with myself when it comes to getting back into shape after covid. You must move at your own pace and pay attention to your body. You have wonderful days and then bad days. Slowing down and trusting your body's healing process, as well as giving yourself time - step by step,” she wrote on Instagram.

It's important to remember that there's no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to health and fitness. The recovery of each individual is unique and is determined by their body, immune levels, the severity of the infection, and the many side effects. This is the time to take it easy and pay attention to your body. This is the time to unwind and give your body the time it needs to repair and restore.

If your symptoms were light, you can return to your workout regimen far sooner than people who had a moderate to severe infection.

After you've recovered from Covid, Anand outlines an exercise routine that will help you regain your immunity, physical strength, and health.

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“However, before beginning your post-recovery fitness adventure, the first step is to visit your doctor,” she said.


The first four weeks after you've healed are critical, and it's best to take things slowly. You should concentrate on restoring lung strength and oxygen uptake during this month. To accomplish so, practise simple breathing exercises such as diaphragmatic breathing, bloated breathing, and so on.

After a month, you can progressively increase the intensity of your walking as well as the time. However, you should keep a continual eye on your heart rate to make sure it doesn't get too high. This is why HIIT workouts are not recommended and should be avoided at all costs. However, a yoga mat, foam roller, yoga blocks, and brisk walking can now be used to practise yoga asanas and pilates.

Squats, lunges, planks, and modified push-ups can be added to your regimen in the fourth to sixth week. However, now is not the time to begin high-intensity cardio or HIIT workouts. You can, however, begin with modest weightlifting, such as booty bands and light dumbbells, and gradually increase the intensity as needed and as directed by your doctor.

It's critical to keep track of your heart rate after six to eight weeks. You can begin with light weight lifting and shorter sets of weight training, gradually increasing the weight and amount of reps as you get more comfortable. Adjustable dumbbells and kettlebells are examples of products that can be used.


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