SWEAT 1000 Ambassador MO–T Plans On Curbing Unhealthy Eating

2017-06-03 12:08

Moshe Phillip Kgasoane better known as Mo T from South African hit group Micasa says his life has changed since he started his fitness journey. Mo T has lost over 10 Kg’s recently and links his progression to the fact that he eats extremely healthy, works out consistently and stays away from alcohol as much as possible. He says Sweat 1000 played a vital role in getting him to where he is today, S.W.E.A.T stands for specialized weight endurance athletic training with the 1000 representing calories burned in a ground breaking 1-hour workout. Integrating the components of interval training, functional training, care stability work, athletic training, and agility training it is the result of taking everything that is the highest level of physical training and putting it into 1-hour dynamic, action packed class that is different every single time.

Mo-T has been teasing us with his fitness journey for the last few months, he posted up on Instagram a post showing the famous before and after picture, “The 1st pic on the left goes back to when I started training, but then I trained my method of training and eating habits to get the results on the picture on the right,” Mo-T explained.

“I promised myself that I would only compete with myself and never give up to achieve The body of my dreams and I’m still going strong,” he added.

Mo – T has become an advocate for fitness and healthy living in South Africa, he strongly believes that change will only come through being an example or emphasizing that change instead of just speaking about it.

When asked about his ultimate plan when it comes to fitness, he just teased us again with this: “I want to inspire an entire generation to become healthy and confident with their bodies, I want to see people live longer, be happier and do more. It all starts with changing the mind set and eating healthy. I know that there will be platforms in place for me to do that.”

We ended off the feature by getting 3 fitness tips from Mo-T:

  1. Drink chocolate milk after your workout: post-workout mix of carbs, fat and protein will help your body build muscle, reduce soreness and recover faster so you can work out again sooner. If you are rushed for time or normally skip eating after your workout, a tall glass of chocolate milk has the ideal mix of nutrients you're looking for.
  2. Do push-ups as much as possible: It’s one of the greatest exercises of all time and its really simple however the art comes with the form.
  3. Write your fitness goals down on a piece of paper: If you can quantify your goals you have the ability to then know what it takes to get to that goal.

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