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We Celebrate #strongwomen

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We celebrate #StrongWomen: Outer resilience, inner resolve.

Paging through the mag you’ll find wisdom that extends beyond just creating a lean and sexy body, offering a more comprehensive blueprint to create a #strong you, emotionally and mentally, too.

What does being a strong woman mean to you?

For us, it’s the capacity to withstand tough times, not just under a loaded barbell, but the ability to also tackle challenging times head on. We’ve all been there, facing situations that test our resolve.

Our #StrongWomen

It should come as no surprise that we approached Hlubi Mboya Arnold to spearhead this issue as we launch our #StrongWomen series. Tenacious and tough are but a few words that best describe this energetic pocket rocket. As an adventurer, athlete, activist and actress, her unique flair will certainly leave you (and the world) with a lasting impression.

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Nominate your candidate to feature in our new #StrongWomen series. Tell us how she inspires and/or motivates you through her actions and passion, and we’ll share her story with the world.

  1. Daily #Strongwomen. Your #StrongWomen nomination can be featured on our daily post.
  2. 5 of the #StrongWomen candidates will go on to have their full features published in Fitness magazine
  3. You too can win, with a Caribbean Tan & Boost Gymwear hamper worth R2,660 up for grabs to those who nominate their #StrongWomen

Nominate them now!

Share your #strongwomen moment with us. Nominate your #StrongWomen by posting a photo, magazine cover moment or strong moment on social media and tagging us. You can also email your nomination to strongwomen@fitnessmag.co.za

1. Who inspires you to be strong?

2. Who do you nominate as a #strongwomen and why?

3. What’s your favourite #strongwomen quote?

We’re giving away a pamper hamper to the nomination of the best #strongwomen story. Hamper contains Caribbean Tan products and Boost Gymwear goodies worth R2,660.

 

 

Author: Tanja Schmitz

Founder and Editor of Fitness Magazine. You’ll find her behind her computer or on her bike, dreaming up new ways to improve or create content for you.