Jonathan was a stereotypical couch potato a few years ago. He finally took the courage to take his health into his own hands, and now enjoys lengthy runs by East Coast Park.

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5 Interesting Heritage Road Trails That All Runners Should Know About

5 Interesting Heritage Road Trails That All Runners Should Know About

You don’t have to visit stuffy museums to learn about history. Singapore’s colourful past can be glimpsed through roads and buildings that have been carefully preserved for posterity. Some of these places are almost 2 centuries old!

Singapore's Nature Reserves Everyone Should Explore

Singapore’s Nature Reserves For Trail Runners To Explore

Apart from our modern cityscape, Singapore also has a green side to it, teeming with natural wildlife. These nature reserves are free for you to explore, so grab your gear and explore some of Singapore’s nature reserve trails!

10 Types of Trees Runners Can See Along Singapore Roads

For Tree Hugger Runners: Types of Trees You can See Along Singapore Road

Trees are all around you in Singapore, and these gentle green giants provide some much-needed shade from the hot sun for runners. In fact, Singapore has over 2 million trees that are planted in parks, protected natural areas, and along roadsides!

12 Great Running Community Groups in Singapore!

12 Great Running Community Groups in Singapore!

Here in sunny Singapore, running is a huge pastime. And the beauty of running is that unlike other sports, you can run almost anywhere outdoors with large groups of people.

Conquer Singapore by Running Around the Island via 150km Park Connector Loops

Do You Know You Can Conquer Singapore with Only Park Connector Loops?

Ever thinking of conquering Singapore Island by running around it? You can do so using the Singapore’s Park Connector Network which is about a 150km round route. The route will go through 4 of the current Park Connector Loops and two of the upcoming Loops – Southern Ridges Loop and Siglap Kallag Basin Loop.

10 Top Community Parks in Singapore

10 Top Community Parks in Singapore

These parks tend to see plenty of activity by the residents living nearby. While they still have tracks for running, people also use them for other activities, such as tai chi. These parks are the perfect place to experience heartland life in Singapore!

Poon Zi Li and Rachel See: Singapore's Power Running Couple is Heading to Boston!

Poon Zi Li and Rachel See: Singapore’s Power Running Couple is Heading to Boston!

Zi Li pretty much defines the term “healthy living”. Not just an accomplished runner, the secondary school P.E teacher enjoys dragon boating and is also known as the “chin up king”. His wife Rachel See is a dedicated civil servant who originally took up running as a way to de-stress after work. Their combined love of running led to Zi Li and Rachel breaking their personal bests at the GCAM’14.

Finding Your Motivation To Keep Running

Finding Your Motivation to Keep Running

Everyone has a different reason for running. Some do it for love of the exercise, while others do it to feed their competitive nature. Everyone has a motivator, whether they realise it or not. Here are some of the top reasons that many have caught the running bug and never looked back!

SIA Charity Run 2014 Flies High With 13,000 Runners and Astounding S$5 Million Raised for Charity

SIA Charity Run 2014 Flies High With 13,000 Runners and Astounding S$5 Million Raised for Charity

Taking place at the F1 Pit Area, the huge Singapore Flyer loomed right above runners as we warmed up before the race. An apt landmark that suited the SIA Charity Run’s aviation theme!

Newton Challenge 2014: Tackling Your Limits with Heart and Vigour!

Newton Challenge 2014: Tackling Your Limits with Heart and Vigour!

4,500 challengers gathered at Big Splash @ East Coast Park last Sunday morning, ready for the Newton Challenge 2014! 4,500 challengers gathered at Big Splash @ East Coast Park last Sunday morning, ready for the Newton Challenge 2014! With 2 distances of 18km and 32km, the Newton Challenge is a sort of running “litmus test”; newcomers can try these distances to see if they are up for the half or full marathon challenge, while seasoned runners count this race for mileage and add some final training adjustments before their final races of the year.