In case you didn’t know, I am trying to get myself back in to shape (and although round is technically a shape – it’s not my favourite one). I started working out once a week at Bodytec in Bryanston about 9 months ago, and am enjoying seeing the changes slowly start to take place in my body shape.
Basically, it works as such. You get strapped in to your little suit, the electrodes get connected to key areas, arms, thighs, butt, back and tummy, which gets connected to the Bodytec machine. Using a series of electronic pulses, you complete the 20 minute workout in a 4 second pulse and 4 second rest period cycle. During the pulse period, you execute a specific move, for example a squat, or a crunch – the pulses intensify the workout. It may sound easy – I promise you it’s not. By 7 minutes, you are sweating and out of breath. This is literally one of the most intense workouts I have ever done in my life – and if, like me, there is no time in your life to gym daily, then this is certainly a huge plus!
On to the breakfast part – Junipa’s, also located in Hobart Grove in Bryanston, churn out the best freshly baked yummies ever. Seeing as we will have just worked out we will try and keep it healthy with one of their yummy brekkies and freshly ground coffee, and if you would like to interview me, pick my brain, take a selfie, or whatever floats your boat, this is your chance.
To stand a chance to win a workout at Bodytec Bryanston with me, worth R 195 and a yummy brekkie, also with me at Junipa’s Cafe right next door – make sure to enter below and tell me why this prize was designed just for you! Let’s #witnessthefitness – shall we?
Competition closes 20th June and the winner will be contacted via email.