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BervinDavid
DennisFadhli
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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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Daniel

Daniel
Since he was young, family and friends had called Daniel "underweight" and "scrawny". Things became worse after he entered national service and it was at that point that Daniel decided to change his life around. With the guidance of a bodybuilder, he gained muscle and knowledge which kick-started his interest in the fitness industry. Helping others to gain muscle and lose weight has been Daniel's creed ever since. Seeing his clients become stronger and fitter by the day is his main motivation.

Daniel has always believed that leading a healthy lifestyle has its benefits. He personally experienced how it made him more confident, increased his energy level, and enhanced his outer appearance - and now he hopes to share these same benefits with others.

Qualification Highlights:
• Bachelor's Degree in Supply Chain Management
• CPR/AED certified
• International Kickboxing Federation certified


Final Thought:
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results.




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Think About

Remember to warm up and cool down
Warming up and cooling down is important, they help increase flexibility and also decrease next day soreness.

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