Knowldege & Motivation

ShareBy Malcolm Pow Have you ever wondered why the Jamaican sprinters dominated the 2008 Olympics? Paradoxically, it could be due to their “finger ratio” known as the second-to-fourth digit ratio (2D:4D). Is your ring finger longer than your index finger? If it is, then you ...

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ShareBy Jen Li Sheng There’s a Chinese saying: 积少成多. Loosely translated, it means the accumulation of little can result in much. I mused about this adage and how it applies, while preparing for the upcoming Strongman Challenge. I beleive it also applies to the motivation ...

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ShareBy Tobias Kananggar In our gym, we preach a low-carb diet for our personal training and fitness bootcamp client. One of the reasons is because of insulin. Insulin, as much as we need it, causes our cells to be aging faster if the amount is ...

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ShareBy Malcolm Pow Hidden deep within all those foreign chemicals on the ingredients label of your shampoo bottle is a host of chemicals known as “Xenoestrogens”. Unlike natural estrogens, these external synthetic forms of the female hormone estrogens are very difficult for your body to ...

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ShareBy Melvyn Yeo Have you ever noticed the things that you tend to overeat and not overeat? As experienced by our personal training and fitness bootcamp clients, foods that people mostly overeat without a limit have the combinations of sugar, fats and salt. In comparison, ...

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ShareBy Melvin Yeo It had always been a dream of mine to complete the Biosignature modulation by Charles Poliquin, a renowned Olympic strength coach. With the chance to do it in Gold Coast this year, I immediately seized the opportunity to do it. I had ...

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Share“Should I eat a low or no carbohydrate diet? I heard it is good for controlling my blood sugar…” “Should I eat a high carbohydrate diet? I heard it is good for energy.” At my personal training gym in Singapore, I have have heard both ...

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7 Things To Do This New Year

by Coachjon

ShareIt’s resolution time and here are some good resolution ideas, and tips on how to make these resolutions resolute. These tend to be “process goals” which eventually lead to success. 1. “I will Manage stress better” Keep a journal of thankful thoughts, written each evening ...

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ShareBy: Coach Jon This Christmas season, I would like to share with you what fit people buy for each other. In fact, if somebody got my some of these gifts I would be very happy! Here are my top 5 gifts (under 70 dollars) that ...

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ShareBy Jen Li Sheng One of the highlights of attending the PICP  Level 1 and 2 was being exposed to the high level of coaching provided by our instructors, John Conner and Ryan Faehnle. Clear instructions, concise cues and a  keen eye for detail showcased ...

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