USN SA Ambassador and USN Body Makeover Challenge winner, diver and drifter Firdous Asmodien gives us some insight into her journey into fitness.
A: I’m a Physiotherapist by profession, running two physiotherapy departments at two specialised TB hospitals. As a child growing up, I was very athletic and active. I played all sports and often found myself playing cricket, soccer and games with the boys during school intervals and holidays. I always made it onto the school athletic and sports teams, competing in sprints, long distance running, long jump, high jump, netball, etc. I never had a problem with my weight or health growing up. I used to eat like a horse and still have a healthy weight because I was so active. I excelled in sports and academics. When I had completed my Honours degree in Physiotherapy at UWC and started working, I found myself being less active than what I used to be. However, I still stayed somewhat fit. I got married and life was good.
Q: At what point did you realise you wanted a makeover and decide to enter the USN Makeover Challenge?
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