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Get your Tae Bo face on!

A 49-year-old man is right and ready to train anyone who needs a bit of core strength and overall body fitness.

Tae Bo instructor Freddie Ngqoshana of Zwelihle has been practising this form of martial arts for a little over four years, and he could not have been more content with what he is doing.

“I was introduced to Tae Bo about four years ago when I started training with Sensei Ronnie Knot,” he said. “From there onwards, it was all systems go for me; I fell head over heels in love with Tae Bo.”

Ngqoshana founded Ngqoshi’s Tae Bo Club, where he instructs. “We train at Yomelelani in Kwasakwasa, Zwelihle,” he says, “and I’m willing to train any person who has the need to get fit and healthy.

“On 27 April, I went open-air with my training at the Zwelihle taxi rank.” Ngqoshana says the session was loads of fun, as children who initially had just looked on started training, and persevered until the session was done.

“This is what drove me to start creating more awareness about my initiative,” he says, “and seeing young children from impoverished areas wanting to exercise and get fit gripped me.”

Besides Tae Bo, this passionate fellow also indulges in aerobics, karate and sometimes zumba. “Even people from Hawston contacted me to come and train them in Tae Bo, so that is the next thing on my list.” he says confidently.

In response to the question of why he thinks living a healthy and fit life is important, he said: “When you get fit, your body gets healthy, and being healthy is a good thing as it makes your brain function better.

“My training helps people to get rid of stress, tension and fatigue. We also do it for fun and for the young people of Zwelihle to stay out of trouble, so please, I encourage more people to join us.”

For more information on “Ngqoshi Tae Bo Club”, feel free to contact Freddy on 083 945 2249.

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