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BervinDavid
DennisFadhli
GabrielGhazali
HadiHasbullah
Kong EeRoy
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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
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Chris

Chris
Chris's passion for fitness started when he joined the gymnastics club at 9 years old and competed in gymnastics, basketball and cheerleading. He started weight training with the guidance of an experienced friend at 16 years old. After much trials and errors in his nutrition and weight training aspect, he has since put on 20kg of lean muscle mass from 50kg to 70kg. Through personal experience, Chris feels that working out to attain a healthy body should be an enjoyable thing to do. His goal is to help improve his clients overall health and wellness as well as their body goals.

Being in team sports for 12 years taught him that getting stronger takes dedication, discipline, hard-work and endurance. The journey to being stronger not only trains your body, but it also hones your mental strength and helps you to be a happier and better person overall.

As long as you press on, everything will be worth it at the end of the day.

Qualification Highlights:

PTA Global Certified Personal Trainer
National Council on Strength & Fitness (NCSF)
Movement assessment tool (MAT) Level 1
TRX Certified
Kbox Exxentric Certified
Suples Training System, Dynamic Movement with Bulgarian Bag & H.I.R.T.S
CPR + AED Certified
GMB (Gold Medal Bodies)


Final Thought:

"Results happen over time, not overnight. Work hard, stay consistent and be patient."

Anyone can train hard but not everyone will train smart. Even the best athlete needs a Coach. What about you?




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Think About

Get prepared
Prepare your gym bag the night before so you are all set to go.

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