- A new hashtag has recently been shared online that Mzansi folks have been using to flex their body goals
- Hashtag #FetchYourBody sees thousands of locals flex either how they managed to smash fitness or their goals after putting in the hard work
- Of course, those who haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet took to the comment section to share their views on the various posts
It's the beginning of the year and so as they do, many people have committed to starting healthier lifestyles. This has also started an influx in posts by locals who have embarked on health journeys using the hashtag, #FetchYourBody.
Under the hashtag, thousands of posts have popped up either of people's running stats, their new bodies versus their old bodies and even the food that they have been eating to help them fetch their figures.
Briefly.co.za has compiled a few of the tweets that South Africans have made using the hashtag since the start of the day. We also took a look at some of the comments they received. You can view them below.
"#runalex3x10Januarychallenge.Day 1 | We strive to be better one way or the other. Getting back the fitness. #FetchYourBody2021 #thursdaymorning #RunningWithTumiSole"
"To be consistent in your workouts, you need discipline and a strong why! If you looking for motivation this morning, this Down pointing backhand index is for you! #FetchYourBody2021 #FitnessMotivation. Remember to choose yourself every single time SparklesWinking face! Good morning."
"Start your day with a workout bona you will feel unstoppable. #5amTeamWoman lifting weightsWoman lifting weightsWoman lifting weights.#FetchYourBody2021."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a proud young South African father recently headed to Twitter to spread some positivity around fatherhood and parenting. Taking to the app, @PapiZwane asked fathers who are just as proud as him to share their favourite pictures of themselves with their kids.
Of course, the young man led the way by sharing quite a few of his favourite moments as a dad. Him and his little one just born, one of his little family that included his partner, and even one of himself and a friend enjoying their bundles of joy were included in the post.
"Enough with the negative vibes. Let’s start a thread of daddies playing their part in this whole parenting thing. Nobody is perfect but I swear we try our best. I’ll start!" he captioned the heartwarming post.
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