Fitness enthusiast and media mogul Connie Ferguson recently adjusted her workout routine after facing discomfort in her knee.
The renowned actress and producer, known for her work in TV shows like The Queen, The Wild, Kings of Jozi, and more, shared the news on her fitness page @iconniecfit.
After consulting with a doctor, undergoing X-rays and ultrasound, she was advised to let her knee rest for six weeks.
Ferguson, known for her energetic skipping routines often infused with dance moves, expressed her disappointment about taking a break from skipping.
Despite the setback, she decided to focus on the positive side, emphasizing that she can still engage in upper body exercises.
In her social media post, Ferguson shared, “My knee has been acting up lately! 😫 After seeing the doc and doing X-rays and ultrasound, it was decided to put it on unpaid leave for six weeks to give it time to regenerate and heal.
2 weeks no pressure on it at all, and then the next 4 weeks taking it easy with physiotherapy.”
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Acknowledging the change in pace, she highlighted her commitment to focusing on upper body workouts during this period.
She shared details of her recent gym session, which included chest exercises with dumbbells, push-ups, and a circuit workout. Despite the knee issue, Ferguson maintained her dedication to fitness.
Her post received well-wishes from social media users, with messages of support and encouragement for her recovery.