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BervinDavid
DennisFadhli
GabrielGhazali
HadiHasbullah
Kong EeRoy
Vanessa


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AngelicaAudrey
BenjaminCharles
ChrisDaniel
DarrylDaryl
EdwinaGerlyn
GhazaliGus
HakeemIda
IvanJayme
JeraldJeremy
JoeJonne
JosephJun Hao
KaiKelvin
KhairulKrystle
LisaLuqman
MarcusMario
MatthewMaxx
Michelle HuangMirosh
MohNate
RahmatRaj
RebeccaRonald
SalamSamuel
SeanSharifah
ShollehinSteven
SuthevanYasir
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Steven

Steven
Steven took up martial arts at the age of 14, specifically Jujitsu, Hapkido and Boxing. At the age of 16, he also started learning Muay Thai in Thailand with various champions of the sport. Steven remembered being bullied often by his seniors and not having the nerve to spar with stronger opponents. After 2 years of hardship under his trainer, he plucked up the courage to compete in his first match in Thailand, where he managed to defeat his opponent who was his senior. This was his turning point from having low self-esteem to being a confident person. Through Muay Thai, Steven came to understand the four fundamental values of discipline, respect, courage and perseverance.

Steven competed from 2003-2009, two of his featured matches being Muaythai Against Drugs 2005 and The Contender Asia 2008 undercut. In 2010, he pursued his passion in coaching clients from all walks of life. His accomplishments include training fighters for the World Championship 2014 and being the Singapore National Team Muaythai promoter from 2016-2018.

Steven's personal interests include jogging, swimming, taking care of horses & horse-riding.

Qualification Highlights:

National Council on Strength Fitness (Certified Trainer)
Basic Exercise Course (SportSG)
BOSU Certified Instructor
VIPR Certified Instructor
TRX Certified Instructor
Sports Taping
Singapore Heart Saver (CPR/AED)
St. John First AID Course
World Muay Thai Council (Senior Trainer)
Referee/Judge Course (AMAS)
Jiujitsu Association Singapore (Orange Belt)
PTA Global Certified Personal Trainer (2018)
Kbox Exxentric Workshop
SUPLES Training Systems - Bulgarian Bag workshop (2018)
SUPLES Training Systems - High Intensity Rope Training System (H.I.R.T.S) workshop (2018)


Final Thought
It's never too late to start training to be the healthiest you.




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Think About

Treat yourself
When you reach your goals, reward yourself with a spa treatment, a new outfit or even a weekend break.

Avoid processed sugars
Try to avoid 'white' sugars, which include table sugar, bread, pasta and rice, as these do not contain any valuable nutrients.