Soo Ee teaches physical education to kids and coach adults in Taekwondo at NTU. She holds a BSc. in Sports (Exercise and Sports Science). She has run in a number of races over the past 2 years, including the recent Sundown Marathon and Asics City relay. Her current obsessions are Crossfit and obstacle races. She hopes to inspire more people, from all ages and walks of life, to make sports and fitness a way of life.

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10 Important Things I Learned After The Spartan Race Malaysia

10 Important Things I Learned After The Spartan Race Malaysia

The recently held Spartan Race in Kuala Lumpur was an absolutely amazing experience. I have completed a couple of obstacle races over the past months but really, nothing was like what I experienced on Saturday, 10 October 2015.

5 Simple But Powerful Steps That Could Change Your Life

5 Simple But Powerful Steps That Could Change Your Life

We have all been there to that dark place where motivation is lacking. With the limited time and energy we have after a day at work, exercising could very well be the last thing on our minds. When that happens, we need a plan, for besides a life devoted to work, it is important for us to cultivate the motivation to stay active.

ASICS City Relay Race Review: All For One and One For All

ASICS City Relay Race Review: All For One and One For All

The ASICS City Relay Race was 42 km in total, whereby each of the team members had to finish a distance of 10.5 km to complete the race. The inaugural race took place on 1 August 2015 and saw a total of 672 teams taking part. Out of this number, there were 361 mixed-teams, 250 all-male teams and 61 all-female teams. My team, SuperF.I.T came in at number 9!