As COVID-19 continues to spread, it causes most of the running events to be cancelled or postponed. It also affects the training and schedule of most runners. Although we must…
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The Spartan Race Singapore may just be over this year, but we can still train like a Spartan to prepare ourselves for the next obstacle race. With a month into…
If you currently feel that you know Eileen Lui well enough to consider her a friend-for-life, that’s exactly her intention! The uber-fit communications chick, Burmese boxing aficionado and coach extraordinaire…
Are you looking for something new, interesting, novel or unique in a workout program to complement your current running and conditioning program? Perhaps you’re bored with everything you’ve seen and tried at studios, gyms and recreation centers and you would love to change things up by adopting a personal program that fills in the physical toning areas not currently addressed by your current routines.
Most people accept that exercise is beneficial. When performed correctly, it can help to lower your risk of getting lifestyle diseases like heart disease and diabetes. What is often neglected is that how you exercise is just as important as how much you exercise. Exercising in the wrong way can cause injuries and generally discourage you from ever wanting to exercise again. Using the right methods to get into shape and to maintain that shape is essential.
Stretching regularly will help you to maintain flexible joints while improving your overall health and fitness ability. While stretching may not seem very difficult, it can actually cause more harm than good if you do not follow the proper rules and techniques when it comes to various types of stretches.
Kettlebells are a familiar place in fitness clubs and sports stores across Singapore, but have you ever used them?
Running is one of the best exercises you can do, but the same routine can get you into a rut. To get a true whole body workout, to engage your core and upper body muscles, and to add a lot of interest, incorporate the following 8 exercises into your running routine.
The quadriceps muscles (your thighs) are one of the largest muscle groups in the body, and they play a major part when you’re running. It’s important to stretch your thighs before a run to prevent cramping!