Want last minute inspo for that summer body you have always wanted? Check out these tips from former Miss SA’s on how to stay in shape
Former beauty queens such as Demi-Leigh Tebow and Basetsana Khumalo love working out and are still looking as good as they did when they still held the Miss SA titles – if not better.
Find out how some of your favourite former Miss SA’s have been staying fit and healthy – and maybe you can steal their secrets too.
Demi-Leigh Tebow – Miss SA 2017
The adorable Demi-Leigh Tebow, who is former Miss SA & Miss Universe 2017, is beautiful inside and out. Demi-Leigh loves working out and she revealed her training secrets in a video she posted on her Instagram page. “Sprints are the best way for me to get in shape quick”, she said.
She also revealed that she usually does 3 days of resistance training and 2-3 days of cardio a week. Different types of squats, from sumo to goblet and rocket squats are also her go-to exercises.
Ntandoyenkosi Kunene – Miss SA 2016
Former Miss South Africa Ntandoyenkosi Kunene has been sharing her workout videos on her Instagram page. She kick-started her fitness journey again after giving birth to her son last year.
She gets her stomach flat and sexy with the help of a waist trainer belt and gets her body moving while listening to some killer beats.
Liesl Laurie – Miss SA 2015
Radio presenter Liesl Laurie is sure enjoying getting fit and healthy as she frequently shares funny videos of her sessions.
“What I’ve learnt over the past couple of months is that Goals are individual. Not universal. Just because someone can run farther, lift heavier, go longer, doesn’t mean your effort isn’t valid. So work hard for you and your own goals. Trust me, progress will come”, she captioned one of her videos.
Rolene Strauss – Miss SA 2014
The former Miss South Africa and Miss World 2014 Rolene Strauss is passionate about her fitness journey.
Rolene started sharing 20-minute home workout videos on her Instagram page after having her second child earlier this year. Each video focuses on certain parts of the body with help from a trainer.
Melinda Bam – Miss SA 2011
Melinda Bam is a huge fitness lover and she has rock hard abs to show for it. With a perfectly sculpted six pack and lean, strong arms and legs, Melinda is pure inspiration. Some of her favourite workouts are spinning and working on her abs and core.
“The pain you feel today is the strength you’ll feel tomorrow! Never wait till you “feel” inspired to train…motivation isn’t a feeling…it is a discipline!” she captioned an image of her on Instagram.
Basetsana Khumalo – Miss SA 1994
Media mogul Basetsana Khumalo is no stranger to beauty pageants and the entertainment industry. This elegant and classy fashionista loves to get active to keep her body in shape. In a video she shared on her Instagram page, Basetsana revealed what fitness means to her.
“It’s not about competing, it’s about consistency, if anything compete against yourself. It’s not about winning, it’s about willing. It’s not about perfection, it’s about pursuance. It’s not about giving up, it’s about getting up!!! This is my mantra when I work out!”, she captioned a video of her boxing.
“Boxing just keeps me sane. It keeps me focused. It’s my way of distressing”, she mentioned in the video.
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