According to a report by Discovery Vitality ObeCity Index, the least healthy South Africans live here in Bloemfontein. With the least healthy weight status, along with the lowest scores for fruit and vegetable intake and highest consumption of sugary drinks and salty foods. Bloem also ranks second lowest for physical activity.
The ObeCity Index is the result of data collected from just under 170,000 Discovery Vitality members over the age of 18 years, who completed a Vitality Health Review during 2013.
So, don’t be part of the statistics – don’t let this be our fate. Here’s another reason to get active. Come join Zelda Joubert’s Back to Basics Bootcamp at Emoya Estate.
Zelda lives what she preaches as you can see from her recent photo shoot with Francois Van Vuuren of iFlair photography. She juggles as much, if not more, than the next person, but knows the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle. We all have hectic lifestyles and majority of us use that as an excuse when it comes to living unhealthy, but Zelda has set the bar high. She is a mom and business women, but still makes time to regularly exercise (sometimes even twice daily).
Living healthy is a priority for Zelda, but she agrees having fun is just as important. The trick is finding a balance, don’t cancel dinner reservations or punish yourself for enjoying a takeout meal and DVD. As long as the baseline for your daily dietary requirements are met and junk food is not your daily meal. Fitness is something you constantly have to work towards, being out of the game for just seven days will compromise your level of fitness and then you have to start again.
Registrations are open and the Back to Basics boot camp starts Monday 8 Feb 2016.
Contact Zelda on 082 802 7465 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Photo credit: iFlair Photography
You can read the articles online regarding the Discovery Vitality™ report based on a survey they took in 2013: