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Rahmat

Rahmat
Born and raised in Singapore, Rahmat's passion for sports and fitness exploded at a young age. He played professional soccer in his teenage years, whilst his fondness for swimming led him to compete in water-related sports such as triathlons and surfing. An all-rounded athlete, he feels it most rewarding when he shares his enthusiasm and knowledge. Through his innate fervour for staying active, he aims to motivate clients of all ages to achieve their health and fitness goals.

Training Areas
• Sports-specific Training
• Core and Strength Training
• Weight Loss and Management
• Endurance Training
• Flexibility Training
• Muscle Toning
• Swim Coaching
• Injury Rehabilitation and Therapy


Qualification Highlights
• Basic Exercise Course and Fitness Instructor (Singapore Sports Council)
• National Coaching Accreditation Programme Level 2
• Teacher for Towards Competitive Strokes (Austswim)
• CPR Certified and Professional Rescuer (American Red Cross)
• Bronze Medallion Award (Singapore Lifesaving Society)
• BOSU Certified Instructor
• Bulgarian Bag Specialist (International Bulgarian Bag Confederation)
• Eleiko Weightlifting Workshop certified
• PTA Global - Certified Personal Trainer
• TRX certified
• ViPR certified
• GMB (Gold Medal Bodies) Level 1
• EXOS - Phase 1 Mentorship Course
• RumbleRoller Foundation Course
• Agatsu - Joint Mobility & Movement


Personal Interests
• Photography, soccer, surfing, boxing, Muay Thai, endurance Sports, HIIT training


Training Philosophy
Fitness is fun! Better a bad day in training than a good day in the office.




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Think About

Keep on the go
Try walking as an alternative to taking a car or bus. Walking is not only good for the environment, it's good for your health too.

Hang out with like-minded people
Friends with healthy lifestyles can motivate you and provide you with support to achieve your goals.