Tell us more about yourself:
What are your fitness goals?
I’ve always wanted to compete, but with my busy schedule, it would be impractical to sustain a stage-worthy body. I aim to keep a balance between work, school “and living a healthy lifestyle.
My goals include improving my overall health, most importantly, my mental health. I also aim to keep to my three principles; ‘consistency’, ‘discipline’ and ‘hard work’ not only in the gym but in all aspects of my life. Lastly, fitness means always to improve the way I look, but I want to feel good in my body at whichever shape it is in at the moment
Why do you think you’re the USN Face of Fitness?
I have been both overweight and fit. I had gone through magazine pages wanting to look like the models in them, that motivated me to lose weight and take control of my life. I then turned to social media to help others do the same. I relate to the athlete, the full-time worker, the student and most importantly, I relate to both young and older women.
I know what it’s like prep meals on Sunday, to get up at 5 am to go to the gym to train, be on campus at 8 am to read the law, finish work at 6 pm and steal a cookie or two at 11 pm. I live the USN brand daily and relate to it. I understand the values of it, especially being a world-recognized brand.
Being the “USN Face of Fitness” will help me to show others that you don’t have to be a lean mean, bikini competing machine to lead a healthy lifestyle. I do have the utmost respect for the competitors and look up to them. And I will get to make other realize that once you have started with your fitness journey you there’s no turning back. If I can do it, YOU can too!