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Fitness SAFitness SA

Fitness SA September - October 2018

Fitness magazine covers all aspects of the female health and fitness lifestyle, with dedicated training sections that delve into everything related to gym based-training and various sporting codes. This includes health and fitness product news, trends and techniques, as well as expert nutritional and supplementation information from the industry’s top experts – all delivered in a well designed, attractive looking layout that entices readers to carry on feeding their hunger for information.

Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Muscle Evolution cc
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life is more fun when you're fit

HOW YOU CHOOSE TO STAY FIT MIGHT NOT ALIGN WITH THE VIEWS OF OTHER PEOPLE, BUT AS LONG AS YOU'RE ACTIVE, FOLLOW A HEALTHY APPROACH, AND ARE 'LIVING FIT', WHY SHOULD IT MATTER? If there was a one-size-fits-all approach to fitness, don't you think that it would lead to a rather bland existence? What makes being active fun, or functional, is how it makes you feel (strong!), and the opportunities your vigor creates to do the things that you actually enjoy.I said it a while ago, and I'm sure you feel the same – 'I love gym'. However, while I love being strong, I don't 'love' the gym. It's not somewhere where I define my self-worth. Rather, it's a place where I find self-love. In this context,…

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workouts in this issue: we've pulled together all things fun (ctional) to give you a head start on summer.

8 Week Body Makeover If you're not sure what to do, then start here! This 4-day-a-week programme is simple to follow and easy to implement. Page 50 4 Cardio Workouts Goodbye boredom! Boost your calorie burn with these fun and effective routines. Page 46 Medicine Ball Workout Craft a serious set of abs! Page 62 ■…

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talk about getting out and active ! ...

From 3-7 August I joined the Nedbank Tour de Tuli for 4 days and 260km of riding through Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The tour is an initiative of the non-profit organisation, Children in the Wilderness. It not only aims of raise funds for their projects*, but also presents a unique and unforgettable cycling experience through the wilderness. Training for this tour presented me with the opportunity to make a transition from being 'gym' fit to focusing on endurance training, and experiencing many of the highs and lows that form part of training for a purpose (as one would expect with any competitive sport). *Children in the wilderness is a non-profit organisation that facilitates sustainable conservation through leadership development and education of rural children in Africa. www.childreninthewilderness.com…

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laura danielz

Rocking the cover She’s back! South African fitness superstar makes her way to the WBFF Worlds in Vegas. We caught up with her about her stage prep and how she 'lives fit'. ■…

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# strongwomen

MARISKA DU PLESSIS, Blogger. Mariska is a qualified boot-camp instructor, entrepreneur, visual content creator, and writer and wellness blogger. When she’s not working, she’s training, or feeding her travel addiction. @JustMariska_ LIL BIANCHI KIMBLE, Head coach & owner of OTG Athletic World Champion powerlifter, deadlift world record holder and addict of defying the human condition. CARA-LISA SHAM, Wellness coach Health blogger, fitness enthusiast, wellness coach and founder of the Caralishious brand @caralishious GIORGINA SLOTAR, Clinical Nutritionist (Intl. Grad. Dip. Clinical Nutrition, Australia). Giorgina is also a pre- and post-natal exercise specialist, and is a qualified personal trainer through HFPA. NICOLE WARBURG MACKENZIE, Coach and trainer Multiple national fitness champion, CrossFit competitor and personal trainer @livingfitwithnicole…

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what’s happening?

FROM 15 SEP DISCOVERY TOUGH MUDDER This popular global obstacle course race (OCR) series will be heading to South Africa in September. The weekend will feature the signature Tough Mudder challenge, a 16km obstacle course challenge that features over 20 obstacles, along with the Tough Mudder Half, an 8km course with 11 obstacles. As a Discovery supported event, Vitality members will be awarded with 800 points for completing the 8km course, while those braving the 16km route will earn 1,100 points. DATE: 15-16 September 2018 VENUE: Old Mac Daddy, Elgin, Western Cape. Visit toughmudder.co.za  for more info or to enter. 24 SEP FNB JOBURG 10K CITYRUN Jozi will be a hub of excitement on National Heritage Day when eager residents toe the line ready to…

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