Tell us more about yourself
What are your personal fitness goals?
I want to improve my flexibility, be consistent in my current nutrition plan, as well as try out things that make me get out of my comfort zone and to have abs.
I also train a group of 11 people so seeing them transform their bodies is one of my personal goals around fitness because I have always wanted to be the reason behind someone’s persistence and inspiration.
What health and fitness quote or mantra do you live by?
“Fitness is not owned; it’s rented.”
Tell us about your fitness lifestyle
I work out five to six times weekly; the sixth day is normally a jogging and thorough stretching day; my sessions take 60 – 90 minutes. My workouts are normally outdoors and I train different muscle groups every day so that I can leave a gap for my body to rest and for muscle growth. I do bodyweight exercises mostly as I am not a member of a gym; and I try to buy workout items and I believe it is a great Investment. I drink three litres of water daily; one litre is usually warm water in the morning, and since my goal is to get ab I eat a lot of fibre.
Why do you think you’re the Biogen Face of Fitness?
I am patient and easy to relate to! To me it’s not about the camera; it’s about letting the other woman know that I get where they’re coming from. I would represent women well; since my body is still a work in progress. I believe that as the Face of Fitness I would undergo the process with my fellow women and have them get inspired by authentic results. When I started working out I was wearing size 34 but now I wear size 30 – 32 and I have been able to maintain that size all by myself since 2017 without going to a formal gym which shows that I am disciplined and consistent. We all have our cheat days so I would inspire people not to be hard on themselves for one cheat day or missed session because that’s what demotivates people; them feeling like one single thing will derail the whole process. I will show people that there is no recommended body shape or size just because you’re working out; you have to stay true to what feels good to you. I believe that exercise should be fun and the pain should satisfy you.