Milind Soman posted pictures of him- wearing a turban, claiming that this is the most fashionable item for the Jaisalmer sun. His striking message startled the Internet. As we all know, Milind Soman is a fitness freak who has been a trendsetter since his early modelling days and strives to shatter limits and encourage everyone.
Despite being 54 years old, Milind is one of the supermodels of the Indian fashion business, working out along with the vigour of a twenty-year-old. Milind is the ideal inspiration, and we’re all curious about the fitness mantra that keeps him looking like the youthful model he was in the 1980s. He has shared his suggestions for staying youthful and remaining active, and they will undoubtedly be beneficial to you as well.
What does Milind Soman think of his new look?
Milind Soman, a fitness fanatic and supermodel, feels that the turban is the best fashion accessory for the Jaisalmer sun. The actor recently turned to Instagram to share scorching photos of himself carrying the turban in both contemporary and traditional fashions. After witnessing these, the Internet and Ankita Konwar couldn’t stay calm.
On January 3, Milind uploaded two images of himself wearing the turban with his Instagram family. The first image depicts the famous supermodel standing bare-chested on a sunny day while wearing a traditional red turban and jewels. He captioned his post stating, “When in the Jaisalmer sun! The turban can be just the most stylish accessory, whether worn traditionally or NOT,”
Milind Soman’s Instagram shot went viral almost immediately after he uploaded it. It received over 60k likes and numerous comments. “Whoa,” Ankita wrote, accompanied by fire emojis. “Tooooo nice,” said another user, adding “Best photo of the year 2022.” Milind’s image recalled one Instagram user of his hit song Made In India, and he commented on it.
In 2018, Milind Soman married Ankita Konwar. They held a small wedding in Alibaug, with just close friends and family present. In April, the pair will mark their fourth wedding anniversary. Meanwhile, Milind finished 2021 on a high note, as he and Ankita finished the Last Long Run by running a marathon from Lathi to Sam in Jaisalmer, covering 110 kilometres. Under the post where he is seen running, Milind said, “Choosing physical and mental challenges are a regular part of our lives, and for us, this is the road to health, happiness, love and life.”
Milind Soman’s fitness mantra
Milind Soman’s commitment to staying fit and healthy guarantees that no matter his age, he will look great, and provides us with fitness objectives to strive for. Along with his attractive looks, Milind is an international level swimmer who completed the ‘Ironman Challenge’ in 15 hours and 19 minutes on his first attempt. The challenge consists of a 3.8-kilometre swim, a 180.2-kilometre bike ride, and a 42.2-kilometre run, all completed without stopping for 17 hours. The Ironman title is awarded to all those who complete the task within the given time.
Milind Soman’s everyday workout
Milind said in an interview with Hindustan Times that if you ever understand him, then you will know that he loves to run and exercise every day. As a result of his daily workouts and running, he believes that he stays active and fit. While many of us feel that aging slows us down, but he feels that age is no limit and anyone can stay fit if he/she wants to. Milind Soman says that “Fitness and an active lifestyle slow down aging. I started running long distances when I was 40 years old, and I personally believe you are never too old to challenge yourself”.
His fitness mantra involves accepting the bodies and working to maintain them healthy on a proactive basis, and the results will astound us. The only way to get started is to take one step at a time!” Working exercise for even 5 minutes each day might help boost your body’s metabolism significantly. Stretching, yoga asana, crunches, and stair climbing are all simple exercises that may help your body become in shape. He went on to say, “Find exercises that you can enjoy that help you maintain your basic muscular strength, joint flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. Once you have done that, exercising won’t feel like a task. You will enjoy it with enthusiasm.”