- First Name: Jean-Claude
- Surname: Baziruwiha
- Age: 24
- Hometown: Stellenbosch, Western Cape
- Occupation: Student
- Instagram: @jaycee_baz
- Facebook: Jean-Claude Baziruwiha
Tell us more about yourself:
Maties first team rowing – 2014-2016
Bodybuilding, cooking and singing
Future Plans in the Fitness Industry:
I have known from an early age that I was destined to do something meaningful in the health and fitness industry. I did not always have concrete plans of the future but have constantly found myself working out at the gym and enjoying the intensity and the joy of lifting iron. There are still things I would like to achieve in the bodybuilding/fitness/health industry but being a student I face challenges, especially financially. I believe nutrition should be the greatest factor in building a healthy physique. I also want to compete at the IFBB SA Championships in 2018 and show youngsters that it is indeed possible to achieve greatness by overcoming obstacles.
Why do you think you’ll make a good NPL ambassador?
A great ambassador should have marketing skills and although I do not have a degree in marketing I have a solid understanding of training. I am currently running a fitness programme among students known as ‘flex Fitness’ at the Stellenbosch University. I am perfect for NPL because as a leader it is my priority to build and grow relationships, especially between customers and the brand. I also have the ability to gather feedback and provide insight as I have worked with various agencies and other brands such as Albany Ultima range, Topco Model Management, etc. Furthermore, I have used various NPL products such as the 100% Whey Isolate, especially the chocolate hazelnut flavour! I would love to explore the other supplement options as much as I can to become the perfect ambassador.