Exercise plays a key role in Meghan Markle's self-sufficiency. But now that she's a member of the royal family, coming to a gym or going to the gym is not as easy as it used to be – which is probably why she and Prince Harry created a gym and yoga at home Studio in her new family, Frogmore Cottage. But not only through yoga and fitness sessions remains the Duchess of Sussex in shape.
Meghan Markle's Training Program
For Duchess of Sussex, it's very important to stay active. And while she swears by her yoga practice, change is also an important part of her exercise program. Find out what Meghan Markle prefers to do at home. (Spoiler: It's perfect for busy mothers!)
Tracy Anderson Method
Like many Hollywood actresses, Meghan Markle also swears by the Tracy Anderson method. "I've almost done the Tracy Anderson DVDs for five, six years," she said in 2013 Shape . "All I can say is that the results are great and you can make small 15-minute steps – I do it in my trailer – and you've completed full training at the end of the day," she stated.
Well, since she is a mother (or about to be one), the Duchess of Sussex does not have much time left to get her sweat juice, so she could turn to her trusted Tracy Anderson DVDs and a bit here and there, as she did once in her trailer, while she was busy suits.
In addition to her home training, the Duchess of Sussex also likes to let off steam with a run not running as well as she used to, she thinks it's still a great way to quench her thoughts. "When I got older, walking on my knees got hard, so I do not like it anymore Run like I can have done here, "she once told Best Health . That is, before her pregnancy announcement, Meghan Markle was seen jogging outside Kensington Palace.
With a new in-house gym, the Duchess of Sussex probably has a treadmill so she can still work without kneeling in the open air.
As mentioned earlier, yoga is a big part of Meghan Markle's fitness program. And unlike the Tracy Anderson method, she does not need a DVD to get her into the river. As the daughter of a yoga teacher, Meghan Markle describes yoga as her "thing" and practices it every day (sometimes at 4:30 am). She should also have kept up with her practice during the entire pregnancy.
While she is not being asked to exercise until her body heals from the birth of Baby Sussex, Meghan Markle will undoubtedly regain momentum as soon as her doctors give her permission to move again. Fortunately, her mother Doria Ragland may still be in the UK to help her daughter in the early stages of her postnatal yoga practice.
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