‘Proud to be your coach’: Coach praises Jacqueline Fernandez’s ‘hard work’

Nothing can stand in the way of fitness enthusiasts and their training. But, as we’ve mentioned many times before, it takes immense dedication and willpower to keep up your fitness game. So if you’re struggling to find it, here’s some motivation coming your way Jacqueline Fernandez. Her coach Shivohaam aka Deepesh Bhatt shared a video with the actor on Instagram and wrote, “It’s the culmination of every drop of sweat and every second of hard work that makes you who you are; you are strong. @jacquelinef143 keep it up. I’m proud to be your coach.”

in the video Fernandez you can see yourself indulging in a lower body workout with dumbbells, including lunges and squats.

Also before Shivham they shared that they have known each other for more than ten years.

“And the journey continues… We’ve known you for over a decade since we first started training. Race 3. Since then we’ve practiced on and off and even continued online through lockdown and now we’re doing it again fitness journey. @jacquelinef143, you are a lovely human being and a pleasure to know you. You’re rolling!”

What’s the best way to train your lower body?

From picking up heavy objects from the ground, playing sports to trekking, we are addicted to ours hip muscles, because they help the body with momentum or power. A few exercises that can be incorporated to strengthen the lower body are squats, lunges, deadlifts, and hip thrusts. We refer to these as primary movements that assist in hip extension and therefore strengthening lower bodyRachit Dua, co-founder of Fitpathshala, an online fitness academy, said there are so many variations of these exercises depending on the level of the exerciser.

However, before starting the training, do not forget to warm up properly.

For a general warm up, low to medium intensity Cardiorespiratory activities like jogging or stationary cycling can be done for five to 10 minutes, said Varun Rattan, co-founder of The Body Science Academy, Noida.

“A specific warm-up involves less intense exercise in accordance with the sport or activity being performed. Improves the joint range of motion, body temperature and blood flow to active muscles, preparing you for the demands of training. A well-designed warm-up improves oxygen delivery, improves nerve impulse transmission, rate of force development, and increases strength and power,” he said.

📣 Follow us for more lifestyle news Instagram | Twitter | Facebook and don’t miss the latest updates!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *