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MBABANE – People from all walks of life have embraced the Eswatini 50/50 Fitness Challenge.

The 50-day challenge, which kicked off on July 19, is simply a call for emaSwati to exercise at least 50 minutes per day in order to place Eswatini in the top 10 healthiest nations in the world. Peaceful Warrior Foundation, a brainchild of Prince Bandzile, is behind the exciting challenge. Shaneiz Samuel, a Herbalife health and wellness coach, is one of those who have fully embraced the challenge. She takes Herbalife nutrition products for nutrition as well as for weight loss and to help her at the gym in terms of post training and pre-workout.

Samuel works at Herbalife Nutrition. This is a nutrition company which helps people lose and gain weight, and build lean muscle.
“I started the 50x50 challenge when it started on July 19. I work out every day from Monday to Saturday twice a day. In the mornings I do cardio exercises and in the evenings I go for strength training,” she said.

Samuel says she also carries out free weigh-ins and assessments for the people she helps as a wellness coach in order to be able to help them reach their health goals.

“I followed the 50x50 challenge because I liked the vision behind it of motivating the nation to adopt a healthy lifestyle. And it ties in with what I’m about as a wellness coach.

“At Herbalife, we love helping people,” she stressed.
Participating in the initiative involves downloading Eswatinifc application on Google App Store, where there are demonstrations of the exercises. The benefits of exercising and related details are also shared on the app.

Even though training has to continue, the campaign will end on Thursday. On the last day (September 6), there will be a first-of-its-kind 50km relay marathon. It will be for teams of five. Each team member will run 10km. The event will start at 6am. Registration fee is E200 per person. Podium finishers will get a share from a E50 000 purse.

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