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VIDEO: Connie Ferguson uses Tempela dance as motivation for exercise

Connie Ferguson loves exercising and making sure she is in good shape, and music is vital in the process. She is alone in the gym room since she lost her partner last year, and she is now back with more energy doing what she loves in her time.

Even though Shona will forever be missed, she is getting into shape. She admits that it is not an easy routine to have consistency and not give up when it gets tough. No pain, no gain, which means she is conquering the hardship. She does not want to fail herself and followers, who will be disappointed when she fails.


Her followers are happy that she is working perfectly and not quitting because it is tough the moment you get tired. There are more benefits, and you will feel beautiful when you have the image that you love when you look into the mirror. Other people left, exercising, and they should check her Instagram for motivation.

If she does not continue, she will not have her desired results, and she is also energetically confident. While she is having a good moment, some on Twitter managed to share a photo of the legendary late Shona, who was hanging out with wrestling star Brock Lesnar. It was surprised that they were on aquintence.



1. Connie Ferguson: I told you will, by using Tempela song dance move.

2. Cassper Nyovest: You are a beast.

3. Sedi: That's the Tempela of defeat. I love it.

4. Bridget: Excuse me. That time it took me months just to practice the alternative.

5. Phindile: I love her so much.

6. Boikhutso: How many of us between 18-45 cannot skip the rope like that.

7. Keribe: At my age I cannot do that. I am disappointed in myself.


It is amazing and you must try it. Others have admitted that they cannot do the rope skipping whike they are younger, and some, who are 40 years old, are doing it better. She has been doing it for a long time and is more active in the gym room. You will not see results in a month, and you should expect to wait 12 months for better results.

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