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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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Roy

Roy
Roy completed his Bachelor of Science in Sport and Recreation Leadership at the Hong Kong Baptist University. He holds a passion for fitness and sport, and loves to see results in his work.

His previous involvement with the Hong Kong Judo team and coaching and playing for football instilled a clear understanding of the high standards expected within elite personal training.

Roy specialises in football conditioning and has sound knowledge of nutrition, lifestyle improvement and the latest training techniques. He enjoys training clients who train hard and thrives on working devotedly with them towards their goals.

Qualification Highlights

Certified Kettlebell Instructor
Resistance Training Instructor Certification - Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China
First Aid and AED Certified- Hong Kong St. John Ambulance
Agatsu Kettlebell Certification
Eleiko Weightlifting Workshop Certification
Alexander Method of SMR Fundamentals Clinic Certification (NASM Provider)
Agatsu - Indian Club & Mace Training Instructor Level 1
PTA Global - Certified Personal Trainer
GMB (Gold Medal Bodies) Level 1
Suples Training System, Dynamic Movement with Bulgarian Bag & H.I.R.T.S
Kbox Exxentric Certified
Movement assessment tool (MAT) Level 1


Training Areas
• Strength & Conditioning
• Functional Training
• Muscle Toning
• Fat Loss & Weight Management
• Soccer Training
• Sports Specific Training


Personal Interests
Fitness training, football, track & field, hiking, sport / rock climbing, swimming, badminton


Training Philosophy
No success story has ever happened by coincidence




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Think About

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

Don't eat late at night
Try not to eat too much at night as you'll wear the calories the next morning. Instead, have a healthy dinner in the evening.