#WhatWouldItBeLikeTo do a BodyTec training session

BodyTec is said to be one of the newest way of exercising and a perfect solution to all-round training system.

CapeTalks John Maytham went to try out BodyTec in his latest #WhatWouldItBeLikeTo session. BodyTec claims that just 20 minutes a week is all that’s needed to tone body muscles.

John says he was told Usain Bolt uses the same tech for his physical strength and to increase endurance. So he thought #WhatWouldItBeLikeTo walk in Usain Bolts shoes?

[Watch] John Maytham take up a challenge of a 20 min BodyTec training session:

Send an email to JohnM@capetalk.co.za if you would like to suggest a theme for the next ‪#‎WhatWouldItBeLikeTo‬


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