Thabiso Khambule

Meet Thabiso...

Growing up in the small village of Dithakong East, 15km outside Mafikeng, a young Thabiso Khambule would sit for hours recording his own voice, editing his 'reports' and then playing them back to himself - loving the sound of his own voice 'on the radio'. Today, he is a familiar voice to thousands of Jacaranda FM listeners as he guides them through the traffic each day with his traffic reports. Besides working for Jacaranda, Thabiso is an MC and plays in the band Black & White. (For bookings contact heidi@hdsentertainment.co.za.) Thabiso joined BODYTEC Faerie Glen in 2015, and this is what he has to say about his experience:

'It’s been just over 5 months and I am still sore each and every time after a session, which means I am working my muscles and there is progress. The nice thing is, it’s a nice sore… A sore that gives one a good feeling that you are working out and staying healthy. I have lost weight as well as toned my muscles doing BODYTEC®.'

'I love the fact that I only have to go into BODYTEC® once or twice a week for 20 minutes to get a basic, full-body workout. I enjoy BODYTEC® so much – I believe it’s the future. Life is getting more and more busy, and most career-driven people don't have time to go to a gym and work out. Why then not do a session of BODYTEC® once a week and stay healthy? BODYTEC® is also a perfect way to train together as a couple. My wife and I train together and use it as a way of spending time together.'

Thabiso trains at BODYTEC Faerie Glen

How BODYTEC® EMS does more for you in 20 minutes

Stronger and more intense muscle contractions

BODYTEC® uses electro stimulation to achieve stronger and more intense muscle contractions than a voluntary exertion can achieve alone.

Focuses on specific muscle groups

Your personal trainer can control each muscle group by adjusting the training intensity of the various muscle groups on the EMS device according to your individual goals.

It activates up to 90% of the muscles

During EMS training, 90% of muscles are activated simultaneously with each contraction.