2014 Body Transformation Packages
Happy New Year! 2013 was a great year for me and my fellow trainers in my team at Team Fitness Guru – together we helped more than 500 new clients and participants better their health. Looking forward to knowing more people in 2014!
For those looking forward to start feeling and looking better, we’re... [Read more of this review]
Active lifestyle with Samsung S5 and Gear 2
It’s been a great one month with the Samsung S5 LTE and Gear 2 These two gadgets work seamlessly with each other, love it! There’s so much to talk about and I’ll be writing about them (some of the many features) as I’m in the midst of travelling between Cherating and Melbourne right now.
As I’ve mentioned before, these... [Read more of this review]
Why Every Schoolteacher Needs to Exercise Regularly
I have teachers among my clients, but I have often wondered why not every school teacher is an exercise enthusiast. Unless you’re a PE teacher, teaching is usually done by sitting in front of the class and lecturing to your students. And that kind of sedentary lifestyle isn’t healthy at all.
If you’re a teacher and you haven’t really thought... [Read more of this review]
Improve your active lifestyle and health with the Samsung S5
I started using the Samsung S5 LTE and Gear 2 a few weeks back. I’ve been a Samsung fan since the Galaxy S3 – and when the opportunity to use the Galaxy S5 LTE came about, I grabbed it (Even though I was already using the Galaxy Note 3 with LTE – Great Phone).
The Samsung GALAXY S5 LTE and Gear 2 are clearly targeted at those who want to improve... [Read more of this review]
Postnatal Exercises for the First Six Weeks
Although having new moms lie in bed for a long time to optimise healing and recovery is a practice that is no longer in vogue, there are still women and their loved ones who are daunted by the very idea of women who have recently given birth indulging in physical exercises. They feel that “something inside” might tear or break if new moms undergo... [Read more of this review]
Postnatal Nutrition: What You Need to Know
From our youngest years, we’ve been taught that the quantity of food we eat is just as important as its quality, as far as staying healthy and well-nourished is concerned. In Singapore, there is no scarcity of nutritious food supplies. They are all available in major supermarkets. However, in the same supermarkets, you will also find an overabundance... [Read more of this review]
Important Things to Consider in Your Postnatal Training
Getting pregnant is one of the most natural events in the world, and yet, even in this modern times, not everyone understands the extreme importance that needs to be placed on the health and fitness of a pregnant woman.
Unless you are already grounded in the value of keeping fit through a regular exercise routine and keeping to a proper diet, you will... [Read more of this review]
Postnatal Exercises After Six Weeks
Have you been doing postnatal exercises in the first six weeks after your delivery? If you were, hopefully it’s been done with a medical clearance to do so. Now that you’ve gone past the six weeks, and assuming you didn’t experience any untoward effects from the exercises that you did (e.g., extreme breathlessness, palpitations, migraines),... [Read more of this review]
Fitness Training: A Way to Overcome Postnatal Depression
Giving birth is not called “being in labour” for nothing. Even in the midst of huge advances in medical science and technology, even if you may have been heavily sedated during the birthing process, the fact remains that pregnancy and the consequent delivery of a newborn take a major toll on your body.
A Whole Range of Emotions
This toll is not... [Read more of this review]
How to Get the Most Out of Your Postnatal Exercise Routines
Even in a very modern place such as Singapore there are still pockets of resistance to the idea that post pregnancy workouts to lose weight can actually be very beneficial to both new moms and their babies, instead of being harmful. In general, such resistance to the idea is based on long-held, traditional beliefs that some people still cling to:... [Read more of this review]
Personal Factors that affect your fitness programme. Exercise Adherence Part 2.
I have heard of such cases where people who does not exercise much and started out with a strenous exercise regime does not last more than 6 months. Mr Rich MW, author for Heart failure disease management: a critical review, stated that failure to individualize goals and the structure to achieve them will invariably result in a poor outcome.
Personal... [Read more of this review]
Regain Strength and Stay Healthy Through Postnatal Exercise
This article and category is especially dedicated to new moms
Looking and feeling good have both been high on the list of things to do among modern new moms. As one of the countries in Asia that has enjoyed fast and stable socio-economic growth over the years, the health system of Singapore is enviable. Postnatal care for both mother and child... [Read more of this review]
Fight Stress with Exercise and Fitness Training
Singapore may be a more relaxing environment than some other cities I can name (such as Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, and Los Angeles), but that’s not to say that the Lion City is truly idyllic. There’s a good reason why heart disease and stroke’s the number 2 cause of mortality here next only to cancer, and I can’t help but wonder if stress plays... [Read more of this review]
The Top 10 Benefits of Aerobic Exercises
Next to cancer, cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death in Singapore. In fact, it’s so common that it’s estimated that about 1 out of 3 die because of heart disease and stroke in the Lion City. Now I’m not telling you this to scare you, but only to keep you on your guard. What you need to do is to start your fitness training... [Read more of this review]
The Most Effective Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss Strategy
Some mothers like to joke that the most effective way to lose weight you gained from pregnancy is actually giving birth, and that’s mostly true. After all, you immediately lose the weight of the baby you were carrying, and that’s about 7 to 8 pounds on average. Add a few more pounds of blood and amniotic fluid, and you’re pretty... [Read more of this review]
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