DJ Zinhle talks fitness


DJ Zinhle recently announced her partnership with Albany bread. She talks to us about the deal and her fitness regime.

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How did the Albany deal come about?

I’ve worked with Sabio Communications (Albany’s publicity company) before on other projects, so when they needed someone to partner with for Albany low GI bread, they called me and I thought, why not.

How has the experience been so far?

It’s been amazing. I feel like it’s actually putting me under pressure to be fit and to take care of my body even more. It’s a beautiful partnership because I have so many women on my social media asking me about the secret to losing my baby weight. I think this partnership will be a good platform to sharing those secrets.

So what is the secret?

(Laughs) It’s a great balance between a healthy diet and keeping active. You can’t work out on a bad diet. You can exercise five times a week, but if you’re not eating right, then you’re messing everything up. Balance is important.

What’s your exercise routine?

I go to gym five times a week. I’m part of a club called the 5am club, ran by actor and author Robert Shaw. He believes that the most productive hours are between 5am and 8am so I follow that. I wake up at 4:30am; I exercise from 5am till 6am then work and spend the rest of my day bonding with Kairo.

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