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Entries from August 2007

How To Swing Like Tiger Woods? His Secret Gym Workout Finally Exposed.

August 31st, 2007 · 15 Comments

Finally, we have an article talks about Tiger Woods’ workout in detail. Let’s look at how this golf champion bust his butt to stay in shape and win trophies, one after another, with his powerful swing.

Tags: Fitness News · Weight Training

Legs Workout (1) – Barbell Squat

August 28th, 2007 · 13 Comments

This is the post long overdue ever since I started this blog. Barbell squat is a must-have compound exercise to build powerful legs. One should not just want a solid upper body, yet with pencil legs or chicken legs. Superman has a more balanced legs compared with Mr Incredible. A season bodybuilder even teased me […]

Tags: Legs

Compound or Isolation Workout – Which Is Better?

August 26th, 2007 · 4 Comments

Compound or isolation workout is best for the muscles? In this article, Mun talks about the truth behind the misconception. Read on to find out.

Tags: Weight Training

Billionaire Family Wee Plans to Conquer Fitness Industry with True Fitness

August 25th, 2007 · 54 Comments

True Fitness made its foot print in Malaysia in year 2005, slightly later than all the established fitness centers. However, it has picked up the pace with the huge potential being the strongest among them. In this article, let’s look at True Fitness and its founder, Patrick Wee. Read on to find out more about his business strategy.

Tags: Gym Going · True Fitness

Review of Body Pump – An Aerobic Strength Training Class

August 23rd, 2007 · 69 Comments

A first hand experience from a gym goer after he has attended Body Pump which is one of the fitness classes by Les Mills. He talked about his mistakes in the class, what he has learn, what he liked about the class and his advice for BODYPUMP beginner.

Tags: Les Mills

How To Improve Your Cardiovascular Health Faster with YouBreathe, A Respiratory Training Device?

August 22nd, 2007 · 2 Comments

Mun reviewed Youbreathe, the respiratory training device by Dr Paul Sumners who is a technologist at London South Bank University. He talked about the science behind this breathing device which can help improve cardiovascular health.

Tags: Fitness Gadget/Equipment