New Year’s resolutions are a thing that most people rush to, but usually never really achieve.
The one resolution that everyone should have is staying healthy and fit.
Here are some local and international celebrities who will help inspire you to get active this year.
Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida
Our reigning beauty queen Shudufhadzo Musida’s perfectly shaped body leaves most of us simply breathless.
Shudu loves working out and is a fan of Pilates. She recently posted a photo on Instagram showing off her progress and we have to admit – she looks hot!
Celeste Ntuli kick-started her fitness journey a few weeks ago.
“This year is the year I conquer this HEALTH AND FITNESS!! HEALTH IS WEALTH! LIVE LOVE LAUGH LIGHT AND LAND,” she captioned the first workout video she shared on her Instagram page.
The one thing we love about Celeste is that she is getting active and having a lot of fun while doing it.
Rolene has been sharing workout videos with her fans since the start of lockdown.
And this former Miss SA’s toned long legs are definitely worth envying.
She may be due to give birth any moment from now, but this expectant mama is still staying active.
Kelly will definitely be ‘fetching her body’ as soon as she gives birth.
She has had killer abs for as long as I can remember and dance moves for days.
Janet Jackson has proven that age ain’t nothing but a number and you can have a fit body no matter how old you are.
Teyana welcomed her second baby girl in just over four months ago, but she is already looking snatched. That should be enough to inspire anyone to get in shape and stay active.
If you’ve just started a new workout routine and suddenly feel constipated, your body may be in shock.
You can still sweat off the kilos without ever putting on a pair of running shoes
Although most fans were shocked by Adele’s extreme transformation, Adele did not shed an estimated 44 Kgs overnight. Here’s how she is doing it
She first hit the gym at 50 when a Dr recommended exercise for her sore knee and while it was hard for her to get into the swing of things it certainly isn’t hard for the 88 year old granny now
What happens inside your body when you adopt this extreme way of eating and how does it contribute to last weight loss and maintenance?