Last updated on Jun 18th, 2020 at 06:34 am
Losing weight and reaching your fitness goals isn’t easy, but thanks to the World Wide Web, you have a whole community of people on similar journeys as you
Here are five weight loss and fitness bloggers you should be following and why.
Tracey-Lee Lusty is definitely one of us
Everyone starts their fitness and weight loss journey at a different point. Although you expect health influencers to be trim and lean, Tracy- Lee takes us on a journey we can relate to.
She’s plus-sized, body positive and emphasizes that we should all love and appreciate our bodies through every step of our journey because you can still be body positive while trying to lose weight.
Juanita Khumalo teaches balance
Exercise can be great for your mental health. Through her personal experience, Juanita preaches that mental health and physical health go hand in hand.
Juanita’s wellness philosophy is definitely something to adopt because, if your mind isn’t healthy, your body probably isn’t either, and if your body isn’t healthy your mind might be unhealthy too.
Sbahle Mpisane’s road to recovery
We all love a success story, but the beauty of it is being part of the highs and the lows. Watching Sbahle recover from an almost fatal car accident and fight to get her body back is enough to get you off the couch and fighting to get your body too.
Lill Kimble is the strong woman we all could be
If you ever doubted a woman can be both physically strong and gorgeous, then you really need to take a scroll through Lill’s Instagram page.
Body goals are changing, and everyone is defining their own goals. Lill doesn’t exercise to become skinny, she’s doing it to get stronger and we love to see her winning.
Hlubi Mboya gets active
Getting fit is all good and well, but challenging your body to do what it couldn’t do before, is another high completely.
Hlubi Mboya-Arnold isn’t just fit for the sake of it, her body is an adventure conquering machine!
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