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<p><strong>By Jonk WA Mashamba</strong><br />
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za</p>

<p><strong>THE </strong>National lockdown may mean that one’s rights have been limited. This also means that one should be expected to adhere to the regulation stipulated by the government, or risk being sent to jail should they be found loitering the streets. Some happen to gain weight due to the lockdown.</p>

<p>And in the process, people find themselves at home, with less or little activities to help keep the blood fl owing. But, according to Johannes Mosia Sehwana (32) a member of Ikasi Gym, there is a lot people can do in their homes without risking the spread of the Covid- 19. Sehwana outlined that exercising improves one’s overall health; one maintains a healthy and active lifestyle. Exercises reduce the risk of heart disease, low blood cholesterol, the risk of getting diabetes and a good way of managing weight, either gaining or losing weight depending on one’s goals.</p>

<p>Sehwana mentions some of the training method one can apply alone without the supervision of a personal trainer during this lockdown: they include push-ups for training chest pullups for training back, dips for training triceps, lungs for training thighs. In order for the training to go well, he says the following foods are very helpful: “fresh fruits, dried fruits, dairy products, starches, vegetables and Sehwana has training for 11 years and always has been an athletic person from primary school.</p>

<p>He started doing bodybuilding in 2010 when he wanted to increase his body weight. “I fell in love with the sport after seeing I gained weight. There were great results after considering the gym. I even boosted my confidence, which also led me to joining a university of Limpopo body building team, competed and managed to share stage with the best body builders.” Sehwana stays at third Vasco Da Gamma. He is currently part of Ikasi Gym. His nickname, Bishof, was given to him by his team members. “They said I looked like IFBB Pro Johan Bishof. His last advice: “If you don’t exercise, you put your life at risk and are more vulnerable to blood sugar disease like diabetes, being overweight and you will find yourself always tired because the body is not r e a l i z ing toxins that are in our bodies.” M a - g o r o g o r o Ma l u l e k e , Sehwana’s trainer said Bishof has been a dedicated body builder with a passion.</p>
Exercising improves health

By Jonk WA Mashamba
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za

THE National lockdown may mean that one’s rights have been limited. This also means that one should be expected to adhere to the regulation stipulated by the government, or risk being sent to jail should they be found loitering the streets. Some happen to gain weight due to the lockdown.

And in the process, people find themselves at home, with less or little activities to help keep the blood fl owing. But, according to Johannes Mosia Sehwana (32) a member of Ikasi Gym, there is a lot people can do in their homes without risking the spread of the Covid- 19. Sehwana outlined that exercising improves one’s overall health; one maintains a healthy and active lifestyle. Exercises reduce the risk of heart disease, low blood cholesterol, the risk of getting diabetes and a good way of managing weight, either gaining or losing weight depending on one’s goals.

Sehwana mentions some of the training method one can apply alone without the supervision of a personal trainer during this lockdown: they include push-ups for training chest pullups for training back, dips for training triceps, lungs for training thighs. In order for the training to go well, he says the following foods are very helpful: “fresh fruits, dried fruits, dairy products, starches, vegetables and Sehwana has training for 11 years and always has been an athletic person from primary school.

He started doing bodybuilding in 2010 when he wanted to increase his body weight. “I fell in love with the sport after seeing I gained weight. There were great results after considering the gym. I even boosted my confidence, which also led me to joining a university of Limpopo body building team, competed and managed to share stage with the best body builders.” Sehwana stays at third Vasco Da Gamma. He is currently part of Ikasi Gym. His nickname, Bishof, was given to him by his team members. “They said I looked like IFBB Pro Johan Bishof. His last advice: “If you don’t exercise, you put your life at risk and are more vulnerable to blood sugar disease like diabetes, being overweight and you will find yourself always tired because the body is not r e a l i z ing toxins that are in our bodies.” M a - g o r o g o r o Ma l u l e k e , Sehwana’s trainer said Bishof has been a dedicated body builder with a passion.

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