Women’s Health, hydrated by powerade with adidas, is looking for SA’s next celebrity trainer — a woman with a powerful fitspo story and the ability to inspire others to get off the couch and embrace an active, healthy lifestyle.

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The judges have narrowed the search to twelve inspirational women. Now it’s up to you to select the five finalists who will go into the running for the title of 2019 Women’s Health Next Fitness Star. 

The top 12 introduce themselves and their favourite workouts. If you like what you see be sure to vote for your favourite.

Meet Siobion Cameron-Dirks

Siobion is proof that dynamite comes in small packages.  Three years ago, this mom found herself obese, battling with polycystic ovarian syndrom, dealing with binge eating disorder and generalised anxiety- all which made life very difficult.

“My life was spiralling out of control until one day when I told myself ‘you may not be able to control everything in your life, but you sure as hell can control what you eat and how you treat your body,” she explains. 

Doing a total 360, she changed her life by losing 33 kilos in a matter of months.

Loving her new lifestyle, Siobion wanted to share the experience and help other women change their lives.

Now working as a health coach, motivator, blogger and certified Kettlebell instructor, she’s helping others help themselves.

“At 40, I am in love with life again, living my best life and determined to help women all over the world, one swing and squat at a time,” says Siobion.

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Killer kettlebell workout

Siobion says that she loves kettlebells because, with just one piece of equipment and a few simple moves, you can transform your whole body.

Change your legs one swing at a time with her killer kettlebell leg workout.

Simply complete each exercise for 30 seconds straight after each other, resting one minute in between each set, completing ten rounds in total:

  • 30-second squat pulls
  • 30-second tap toe
  • 30 second side twists

One minute rest between set

Have your say

If you like what you see, be sure to vote for Siobion.

This article was originally published on Women's Health