SporTrini

  It is an indisputable fact that, since the beginning of lockdown, people have been complaining about the lack of physical activities. This sudden change of lifestyle took a toll on both the physical and mental health of the majority.

 

  Oumnia Anfer and Mohamed Mantrach, co-founders of SporTrini, noticed this and evidently decided to envision a solution. They had been thinking, and for a very long time, about ways to spread useful content as well as positive messages in their community. And so, when the opportunity presented itself, needless to say, they ceased it.

  The two youths collaborated on making informative posts. Mohamed Mantrach uploads videos about workouts that can easily be done at home. As for Oumnia Anfer, a passionate young social activist, she takes care of motivating young people to pursue their goals, whether it be fitness related or not. Their posts are also about general health facts, such as the importance of being hydrated, that of sleep, and various nutrients.

 

  Their fundamental value is inclusivity. That is why they focus on sharing content that can be understood by a large audience, whose age ranges between 16 and 30. Content that is presented in an entertaining way and in easily consumed Moroccan Darija. In fact, their aim is to empower their followers to achieve their goals. Through none other than efficient hard work. 

  SporTrini combines physical exercises, motivation and information about healthy nutrition. And though it is rather a new concept, it is in constant improvement in order to best serve their followers and enhance their health.

 

  “There has never been such a critical situation in our decade to come up with solutions tackling the impact of the virus, as an ultimate way to contribute to the SDGs. And it is up to us to decide whether we want to be active elements in our community or passive.” Oumnia Anfer, Co-founder.

 

  On his side, Mohamed Mantrach, Co-founder of SporTrini says, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence is not an act, but a habit. A habit is like a spider’s thread, once caught, it’s more than a rope.”