Drug-free training crusade

2010-09-30 00:00

EXTENSIVELY travelled and loaded with experience, Martin Dewee is on a crusade to promote better living and training in South Africa.

Dewee, a Maritzburg product, is currently in the city holding seminars on how to train and maintain one’s body at various fitness centres and schools this week.

The former body-building champion is the brains behind “drug-free training” and his road show is designed to show people how to train effectively without resorting to steroids for a quick-fix.

“There are no short cuts with this,” the 45-year old Dewee said yesterday.

“The programmes and techniques I demonstrate are designed to lead to a better lifestyle, which will help us live better and longer as a nation.”

Dewee now resides in Johannesburg, but has spent most of the last six years travelling to share his expertise with people.

“This is my passion now, and I want to pass on all that I have learnt in my 35 years of training as a boxer and as a body-builder.”

Dewee also hands out diet plans at his seminars, and he will be at the Macrobiotic Health Shop this afternoon from 3 pm to 5 pm.

He will visit the Medi-Kist Pharmacy in Raisethorpe tomorrow from 4 pm to 7 pm, and on Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm.

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