Move Mabuse (41) is more confident than ever! That put the 'Let's Dance' judge proved again and again in the past few months – first with an underwear campaign, then recently with a photo shoot for the Curvy Magazine. The former professional dancer stands for body positivity, but it took a while for her to accept her body the way it is. After all, she was once a competitive athlete and was under a certain amount of pressure. “I weighed 50 kilos for 25 years,” she says. But those times are definitely over, as Motsi tells us in the video.
in the VIPstagram -Talk with Tanja Bülter and Kena Amoa, the 41-year-old presents her twelve-week challenge, which she launched at her dance school. “We are a community, we do workouts, we do mental training, we do nutritional training,” she explains the concept behind it. While this sounds a lot like a diet program at first, it is the exact opposite: because the goal is to come to terms with yourself. “There is always talk: I want to lose weight. In the end, when you really do this whole challenge and engage with it, you understand: you are good just the way you are. And if you want to change something, do it because you want to change it. But not because influencers come and say: This is what a woman looks like these days. That's what you have to look like,' Motsi clarifies.
In addition, the power woman states that a woman who does a lot of sport does not necessarily always need a six-pack to be considered well-trained - but we also show more about this in the video above!