The wait for “Outlander” season 3 will be a long one this time. To help the fans get through Droughtlander, Diana Gabaldon shared a video of men in kilts during yoga. The exercise they do is very difficult to emulate, but Sam Heughan is willing to try.

In a post on Facebook, Gabaldon said that if the fans of the Starz TV series are stressed by Droughtlander, they can watch this video [see below] of men in kilts doing yoga. Two shirtless men do the exercise in the woods, showcasing their skill and their well-toned body.

The two men demonstrate their physical strength by holding complex poses, such as balancing the weight of the body on the hands. They also connect with nature and try to attain peace and serenity.

Readers should be warned though that towards the end the two men stand on their heads in a pose known as shirshasana. Their kilts fall back, exposing their naked buttocks. The video calls this portion “freedom.”

Heughan (Jamie Fraser) is currently busy filming “Outlander” season 3. Seeing this video of men doing yoga in kilts, he remarked how challenging it is to do what they are doing. However, he later added that it is worth giving it a try. It is not clear if the actor was keen on doing the shirshasana in his Scottish costume.

While the fans wait for the long spell of Droughtlander to end, there is more good news. There is a chance to ask Gabaldon some questions about the show and her books. The celebrity author will be appearing on “The Ross Owen Show,” and the host is willing to take fan questions from Twitter to ask his guest.

Gabaldon is currently working on the ninth book in her popular series. The book will not be out before the premiere of the next season of the show, but the author said that it could be released by next year. The author may also get a chance to travel to South Africa to see the world and characters she created come to life on the production set.

“Outlander” season 3 is set to premiere in September. An exact release date is yet to be announced by Starz. The plot will focus on the Battle of Culloden and the events right after that, and flashback scenes in Boston. The show can be watched on Foxtel's Soho network in Australia.

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