-Just months after giving birth, Samkelo Ndlovu looks fly and fit
- The secret to her postpartum body is reportedly many hours of hard work at the gym
- Fans are a little shocked and impressed at how quickly she has lost the "baby weight"
Getting your body back after having carried a baby for months in your womb and giving birth, is a struggle any mother can relate to.
For someone who makes a living out of looking good, getting their pre-preggy body back after the birth is essential to getting back to work.
Other women find reclaiming their body helps them feel more in control of it again and helps them to feel sexy after months of feeling like an ever expanding balloon.
Some women never get their pre-baby body shape back, but Briefly.co.za gathers that Samkelo Ndlovu, better known by her fans as Samu, wasn't having any of that and got straight back to work after having her baby.
The award winning actress, best known for her roles in drama series, Rhythm City, sees her body as the instrument she uses to perform her art. Consequently it was important to her to get back into shape as soon as she was able to after her giving birth to a beautiful baby in February this year.
While the character she plays in her role, Lerato, lost a baby in the show, she is happily a new mum to a beautiful baby girl.
As we can see here, she happily shares creative images of her bundle of joy on her favourite social media platform, Instagram.
As for herself, she has embraced the discipline of exercise and clean, healthy eating to get back into shape.
She has reportedly been hitting the gym hard and adopted a healthy eating plan. She has also posted updates on both these activities on social media platforms to inspire fans also wanting to transform their body.
As such she has set the bar high for all new mothers, with some comments indicating that there is no excuse for people not to do as she and get back into shape as fast as possible.
Some might argue that the pressure put on women to be “fit” so son after giving birth isn’t healthy at all and sets unrealistic expectations on all women. What do you think?
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