Vusi Edeki

“I found my confidence in fitness! I wasn’t always the confident person you see today.

I had a secret love of physical activity growing up, but all schools focused on that time was team sports and athletics and never felt worthy of participating because I wasn’t slim enough and was shy.

But when I discovered circuit training, dance and boxing inspired workouts at 16, I realised I was stronger than I thought and decided that my only competition was myself! Being Active gave me a voice and a platform as a fitness trainer, as this once shy girl now continues to inspire hundreds of other people to be more physically active regardless of shape and to have fun whilst doing it.”

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