Hennie Kotze

Fitness Programme

Follow your fitness programme throughout the year


Every bodybuilder will know that to succeed in this sport you need to have dedication and perseverance as well as good support system. Other vital ingredients for a successful bodybuilder are to have a good fitness programme and proper nutrition.  

As with most sports, there is an ‘on’ and ‘off’ season, and, like other sports as well, athletes don’t sit around during the off season, they work hard at perfecting their faults and upping their games. The same goes for bodybuilding. During this time you should focus on areas where you need more development and also when you build body mass.

Remember however that building body mass doesn’t simply mean putting on weight. Putting on body fat isn’t just bad, but when you are putting on too much you may be putting your health at risk. Bodybuilders should also continue with their fitness programme during the off season so that they are top physical condition when competitions start opening again.  

If you need assistance with your bodybuilding goals, whether in the on or off season, Hennie Kotze will be able to help you. He is a leading South African bodybuilder with more than a decade’s experience in all aspects of bodybuilding. Hennie has participated in many competitions in South Africa and internationally, and he is the 2009 Mr SA for the International Federation for Body Building and Fitness.

As a professional trainer you can be sure that he has tried and tested all his tips – so you are in good hands – regardless of the season. Get in contact with Hennie today.


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