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‘ET Canada’ host Sangita Patel nailed ‘insane’ handstand challenge

Sangita Patel is back with another “Fitness Tuesday” post. (Photo by George Pimentel/WireImage)

Sangita Patel shows off her ‘crazy strength’.

On Tuesday, the “ET Canada” host shared an “insane” video on Instagram of performing a viral handstand challenge for his 145,000 followers.

The clip is part of Patel’s weekly “Fitness Tuesday” series, where he posts videos of impressive workouts and challenging challenges in hopes of inspiring people to move. increase.

In this particular video, a 43-year-old woman maintained a handstand while leaning against the wall of a room in a house currently being renovated.

TikTok fitness fads typically test core strength and stability by spinning in circles without breaking a handstand.

To spice up the background music, Patel kept himself focused while moving his feet up and down. She made a half-turn in a circle before her video cut off.

In the caption, the mother of two opened up about her experience with the challenge.

“I tried the much-talked-about handstand challenge. It didn’t turn all the way around, but I was up!” she wrote with a laughing emoji. “

In the comments, fans raved about the TV host’s “crazy strength.”

“Great! I literally just did this the other day!” a follower commented.

“Girl, you’re so fine! Crazy strength!” added another. “This got me thinking about going to the gym.”

“You are absolutely amazing. I don’t know how you do half of your fitness routine, but you are amazing!” shared someone else.

“Fitness Queen! You make it look so easy!” wrote a fan.

Earlier this year, Yahoo Canada We talked to Patel about fitness and confidence.

When asked why she started her “Fitness Tuesday” series, the Toronto, Ontario native revealed she wanted to share her love of exercise with as many people as possible, and thought Instagram was the perfect vehicle. I was.

Within weeks of launching the series, Patel said, “The response has been great.” She received hundreds of messages from women who said her videos inspired them to work out.

“Seeing how the video spoke to women motivated me to keep going. I just want women to be the best.

Additionally, Patel adds, “Many women are not taught to take care of themselves and their health,” which is a conversation she wants to change.

“Even if you have a family or a career, you can still do your best at any age,” she concluded.

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