The 1st National Bodybuilding & Physique Sports Championships aka Mr Singapore 2013 was held on 13th April at the University Cultural Centre of NUS. Here are some highlights from the event. For complete photo coverage of the entire event, just head on to Fabodylous’ Facebook Fan Page.Read More
Hey guys, something interesting happened just the other day and although I didn’t plan to make it a blog post, somehow, it turned out to be something which I think would be interesting to share. You see, I’m training a couple of guys and girls for an upcoming bodybuilding and fitness contest in Singapore, Muscle War 2013. Dieting starts next week because by then, it would be 12 weeks out. However, one of my girls is having doubts on whether she is able to stick with the 12 weeks diet plan. So, I have motivate her of course. Now, that’s not an easy job cause you can’t just force motivation into someone. It has to come from within that person. But wow, modestly speaking, I wasn’t sure how I did it, but it worked! Check out the conversation between us.
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Thank you guys for sending in your questions. I have forwarded them to several local champions from Malaysia and Singapore. If you have missed part one of this Q&A with our champs, click here. Now, let’s get it on with another three of our champs.Read More
Alright, so I thought, wouldn’t it be boring if readers just read stuff from my perspective? So I collected some questions from you, my dear readers on Fabodylous’ Facebook fan page and forwarded them to some local (Malaysian and Singaporean) bodybuilders and fitness competitors! So here is what they have to say. Enjoy and learn!!Read More
Hi. My name is Ursula Pong and I was recently invited to join the team of bloggers at Fabodylous started by Lai Wee Kiat.
I am a High School Physical Education and Health teacher specializing in fitness and have been involved in the fitness industry for twenty plus years. I will be blogging primarily about fitness/health issues amongst the baby boomer population and create a platform for those interested in finding out information on how to age gracefully and how to move efficiently. This can be helpful for the younger generation too as you can share this information with your parents or relatives who are baby boomers and use this information to invest in your body and brain before you move in to your 40′s and 50′s. If you’re wondering why I am targeting the boomer population, it is because I am one myself as I turn 53 years old this year. I am still very active in the fitness scene having just competed in a couple of figure competitions in the last two years as well as going in to the boxing ring as an almost 50 year old. I also plan on competing in another figure competition this year. I am very passionate about inspiring fitness and changing lives through education regardless of age.Read More
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- <20 sessions – $110 per session
- 20 – 29 sessions – $100 per session
- 30 – 39 sessions – $90 per session
- >40 sessions – $80 per session
Have another friend who wants to get in shape too? Buddy training is a personal training package where I’ll be training both you and a friend at the same time. Charges will be reduced by $20 per session per pax.
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If you’re not in Singapore, or need only non-hands on advice, you may take up online personal training. What you get via online personal training? Customized workout routines, nutrition plan and supplement advice that fits your budget. I’ll track your progress every week and make changes if your progress has plateaued. Charges vary according to requirements.
“How many sessions should I purchase?”
With no doubt, that question above is certainly the first to pop into your mind. So how many sessions should you take? Well, that depends on your current fitness level and goals.
- If you’re a regular trainer whose progress has plateaued lately, just 10-15 sessions will be enough for me to break through that plateau of yours.
- If you’re new to weight training and nutrition, get 30 – 40 sessions. You’ll have lots to learn.
- If you have an event (competition, wedding, performance, etc) coming up, 3-4 sessions per week until the date of your event will allow me to make sure you’re in tip top condition.
- Find yourself lacking the motivation to train alone every time you’re in the gym? Need a motivator and a guide for every workout? Why not purchase sessions in bulk?
Don’t think any of the cases above applies for you? Still confused about the packages and charges? Fill in the form below for a FREE consultation session.Read More