You may probably know Vuyo Dabula from his villainous gangster role in the SABC1 soap opera The Legacy as Gadaffi or as Kumkani Phakade in the South African soap opera Generations. However, Vuyo has had an interesting life and his story is really exciting to read. Millions of South Africans watch him every night, and they religiously follow his exploits on their TV sets. Currently, Dabula resides in his own house in Johannesburg.
Generations: The Legacy actor Vuyo Dabula has definitely earned his title of hunk one sit-up at a time. Anyone who has tried to panel beat their body knows that taking the first step into the health world comes with much responsibility,dedication, motivation and perseverance.
For Dabula, however, staying fit and eating healthy is something that comes naturally. Speaking to S Mag, the star shed some light on exactly how he stays fit. Not only does he give us some of his secrets but he also has top tips for beginners.
Vuyo Dabula has teamed with former Generations actor Thembile Botman to give us the secret to keeping fit when winter comes rolling around.
The pair will be holding fitness workshops across the country to help people get in shape, starting with an event at Khuma Stadium in Klerksdorp on March 24.
Vuyo’s interest in boxing
Vuyo Dabula biography would be incomplete without mentioning his association with boxing. His interest in the sport came to the attention of the South African public after the actor and Gabriel ‘‘Chief” Temudzani, his Muvhango counterpart, were invited to be a part of an exhibition match used to publicize boxing awards in South Africa.
Vuyo Dabula considers himself a lucky man because of his family that gives him support and always has his back no matter the odds. He always try by all means to make time for his close friends and also still manage to hit the gym and perform.
Vuyo Dabula's fitness journey
The love of fitness was instilled in me at an early age because my father very athletic and my mother loved jogging and maintaining a good diet. As a young boy, I was also influenced by international action heroes such as Bruce Lee, Jean-Claude van Damme and Sylvester Stallone.
Diet is important. I eat regularly throughout the day but in small portions. I eat foods that are high in protein like beans and darker vegetables. I make sure I burn more calories than I consume.
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Wanna become fit Like Vuyo ? Her's How to get started
It’s essential to consider a few things before starting a new workout routine.
1. Check your health
It’s important to consult your healthcare provider and get a physical medical examination before starting an exercise routine. This is particularly important for those new to strenuous and vigorous physical activities.
An early checkup can detect any health problems or conditions that could put you at risk for an injury during exercise. It can also help you optimize your workout, making it easier for you and your personal trainer, if you choose to work with one, to understand your limitations and create an exercise plan tailored to your particular needs.
2. How to stay motivated
The key to staying motivated and making exercise a habit is to have fun while doing it. This helps you to not dread exercising.
Like the sample exercise program shown above, you can mix up activities while keeping it fun for you. If you’re able to and want to, joining a gym or taking a virtual fitness class like yoga or Pilates, hiring a personal trainer, or doing team sports are good ideas to help increase motivation and enjoyment.
Working out as a group or with a friend can also help maintain accountability and motivate you to keep up your exercise routine.
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