POPULAR South African fitness trainer and wellness motivator, Sbahle Mpisane, is scheduled to return to Lesotho for another boot-camp at Maseru Club grounds on Saturday starting at 7am.
The boot-camp is organised by Little Feet Foundation (LFF) — a non-profit oriented organisation with the primary objective of providing psychological assistance to vulnerable children in the country.
The 24-year-old trainer first held a boot-camp in Lesotho last October which is meant to promote exercising and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
LFF representative Tlhohonolofatso Tsehla told XpressPeople this past week that the boot-camp is one of their initiatives to raise funds along with such programmes as the Baby of the Year competition and selling of home-made merchandise.
“Our vision is to be the most exciting, creative and self-funded children’s foundation. As such, we use creative ideas such as the boot-camp to raise much needed funds to continue with our work,” she said.
“The second-boot camp will continue with the legacy that has been set as the growth of any campaign is through repetition.”
Tsehla said the theme for this year’s edition would be “The Resolution”.
“The theme suggests a firm decision from LFF to continue with the legacy of promoting a healthy lifestyle; a legacy that we hope our supporters can also be resolute in continuing. After all, a resolution is not time-based.”
She also indicated that Mpisane has a large followership as a leading fitness instructor with an impressive resume. To date, she has more than 345 000 followers on social media networks in South Africa and Lesotho.
“Sbahle will be visiting Lesotho again to run a boot camp that we believe will continue to foster a healthy and positive lifestyle in Lesotho while achieving a massive brand reach and brand advocacy through association. This year, we are also getting more support from local fitness trainers,” Tsehla said, adding the boot-camp is open to people of all ages.
“We appeal to Basotho to come in numbers as we promote camaraderie and social support to start a healthy lifestyle for those taking part.”