Anam Salman Tabba, a certified personal trainer at CORE and Sana Garib, a CrossFit trainer, a group instructor at Studio X and the fitness blogger behind @livingfit.pk, share their bond. From watching horror movies as children, to working out together to resolve a fight — these siblings give us serious #SisterGoals!
What is your first memory of each other?
Anam: When I held my little sister in my arms for the first time.
Sana: Anam forcing me to watch horror movies with her when I was little. I’m scarred to this day.
What is the craziest thing you have done together?
Anam: We took a sisters trip outside
Sana: I would have to agree!
What did you get punished for the most as a child?
Anam: We mostly got in trouble for our random, post-midnight food fights.
Sana: Us being together always
If you could only wear one piece of clothing for the rest of your life, from the others closet, what would it be?
Anam: I want everything from
Sana: Anam’s customised CrossFit shoes!
If you could swap places with each other, what’s the first thing you would do?
Anam: I would enjoy all the freedom I have without any children.
Sana: Double Unders — a great jump rope exercise!
What is the one thing you love about your sister?
Anam: That when she sets her mind to something, she always gets it done. I love her determination and focus.
Sana: I love that with her, family always
If you are fighting with each other, how do you
Anam: The last memory I have of us fighting was probably when Sana was 10!
Sana: One CrossFit or gym session together always fixes everything.
What is the one secret talent your sister has, that you wish you had too?
Anam: Her flexibility and gymnastics skills.
Sana: Her technique in Olympic lifts has always been flawless.
Describe your sister in three words:
Anam: Passionate, headstrong and loving.
Sana: Emotional, loving and overprotective!
Which fictional character is your sister most like?
Anam: Buttercup from The Powerpuff Girls.
Sana: Wonder Woman.
How are your personalities similar?
Anam: We are both equally competitive.
Sana: We are both very task-oriented and independent.
I can’t live without my sister because…
Anam: I feel that we both genuinely bring out the best in each other.
Sana: I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for her.