- Summer is approaching and most South Africans, they’ll be thinking about getting into shape
- For some of Mzansi’s local celebrities, they have been toning their bodies all year round
- From Pearl Thusi to Kabelo Mabalane, these stars have been serving body goals
Warmer weather is approaching and South Africans are thinking about heading to the gym before hitting the beach.
While many struggle to fit a strict fitness plan into their daily routines, these celebs are living proof that you can do it no matter how busy your schedule is.
To help you find your summer fitspiration, Briefly.co.za found 5 local celebs who make working out look easy.
The media personality is extremely passionate about working out and helping others to improve their fitness. Judging from Boity’s Instagram account, it looks as though she spends every spare minute she has hitting the gym.
The ‘Idols SA’ judge has been serving major fitspiration on Instagram lately as she aims to maintain a healthy lifestyle and its definitely working.
Naturally Sbahle would be on this list because she is always on top of her fitness game. The socialite has made a huge name for herself in the fitness industry and has landed herself some major collaborations with sportswear brands during her career.
The Kwaito musician has had issues with his weight in the past, but he has gotten it under control. With seven Comrades marathons under his belt, it’s pretty clear that Kabelo now takes his work outs seriously.
The actress and TV personality has been an inspiration to many women in Mzansi because she still has a banging body even after having a kid.
According to ZAlebs, Pearl has recently put her fitness game on the back burner. But when she noticed that she was getting a bit of a flabby tummy, she immediately got herself moving again.
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