Be Strong. Be Fit.


About MunFitnessBlog.Com

This site is not about my life. I don’t want to bore you with my life stories.
Neither do I think people want to see pictures of my life.

Not now. Not until I have my six packs, I guess.


So, what is MunFitnessBlog.Com?

MunFitnessBlog.Com is about a layman’s experience in the world of working out, but again, not hardcore bodybuilding. Stories are based on what I have gone through. Some are based on what I saw. Some are written based on what I found from research. I write regular tips for normal people wanting to learn how to lose weight, eat right and be healthy.

MunFitnessBlog.Com is about health. It is about fitness. It is about weight loss and more. Anything under the roof of gym, in the name of fitness, I will share with you. Let me know what you want to know and I will tell you what I can. For what I don’t know, I will find out. No jargon, no technical terms, and not assuming you have got loads of experience. Just good solid advice to help you to be strong, to be fit.


If you have been with me since late year 2005, you probably have noticed the way I wrote has changed much. Less offensive. More sensitive. After all, a blogger should write with responsibility. I have been reading your comments and e-mails, collecting and prioritizing what you wanted, what you liked, and what you hated about this blog. I have not gotten it 100% right yet, and I am going to keep working hard to improve.

As of July 2008, the daily readership at this “reborn” blog has finally reached to the previous 2,000 readership and it is increasing steadily over time. With visitors’ age ranges from 13 to 50 years old, I need to impose self censorship to ensure what I wrote is deemed appropriate.

After all, this place is just not only by Mun for Mun.

This place is for you and with you.

I enjoy reading e-mails from my blog readers and all of them are strangers before they write to me.


I welcome your write-in too. I appreciate your story. Share with me.

I hope everyone, including you and your loved one will strive to stay healthy. After all, the tag line of this blog. Be Strong. Be Fit.

So, that’s all about MunFitnessBlog.Com. Subscribe to this blog so that you will get updated whenever a new post has been published.

If you are curious why and how I started working out, check out how Mun started in Gym.  Don’t forget to check other interesting articles at my archives too.


14 responses so far ↓
  • Yu Jin // Aug 7, 2007 at 7:55 PM

    Hi Mun,

    It’s great to know that there are more people out there who are serious about championing the road to better health. Keep up the good work. Your blog is a good read.

  • Stephen // Jul 12, 2008 at 4:31 AM

    Mun – thanks for the great blog. I really like your approach and range of topics covered.

  • Tychi // Sep 17, 2008 at 5:32 PM

    Here is the great blog. I thing too, that your blog is a good read.

  • sarakiss // Oct 30, 2008 at 11:12 AM

    Hi Mun,

    Nice to meet you! This a nice blog. I enjoy reading from your site.

    Good luck to you.

  • Raza // May 27, 2009 at 4:58 AM

    Definitely gonna add your site to my blogroll. Tons of cool articles. I like that it’s written for the rest of us, not just hard core fitness guys.

    I doisometric exercises as a part of my
    strength training exercise routine because it is inexpensive and incredibly effective.

    I studied martial arts in high school and college and have always liked body weight exercises, so it just made sense to me…

  • Kam // Nov 21, 2009 at 7:14 AM

    Great blog. Love the “realness” of it and that fact that you are genuine. Keep up the good work.

  • zanne // Feb 8, 2010 at 11:58 AM

    cool i can learn more about exercise

  • Hardgainer // Mar 10, 2010 at 8:11 PM

    Hi Mun,

    very nice website, lot´s of interesting articles. Even if I come from Germany and english is not my primary language, it´s nice to read.

    I wish you all the best for the future, keep going on writing nice articles about fitness and weight training.



  • fm // Nov 15, 2010 at 9:34 AM

    Hi Mun,

    I stared working out four years ago. I was very ill and the doctors could not help me. I started doing yoga and slowly moved on to other stuff. It was difficult to do pump and spin (took lots of courage) but I did.
    Now I have to be careful not to over train!
    My friends find it difficult to understand why I have stopped drinking and partying so much ( I do party, just not like before) I think about things differently now.

    Anyway, I started watching a strange program about gymnastic on TV and started crying (so weird!)
    Suddenly remembered how I used to love it when I was a kid. Youngest on my team and everything- actually very good.
    Tried to figure out what went on and discovered (after talking to family) that my parents didn’t think it was suitable for a muslim girl so I got sent to a girls school which was more academic. I don’t mind – it was a good school and I am happy with my career.
    But it makes me realise I have been neglecting my body because I couldn’t do what I always loved. I really LOVED gymnastics.

    So I feel a bit sad ( would have liked my chance so see how far I could go) but at least I am loving Yoga, and spin and my life style now.

    Just one thing I need to get off my chest though… women, do you really need to workout with a full face of make up? You will just sweat it off anyway, and if you aren’t sweating why not?

    Great page, wonder if anyone has had similar experiences to me? xxx

  • alana // Nov 30, 2010 at 8:47 AM

    I am doing a argumentative essay on fast food. I would like to cite your name. But I don’t see your last name on the website.

    Thank you,


  • Michele Lian // Mar 24, 2013 at 8:19 PM

    Hi Mun, I really miss the way you used to write…you have a wicked sense of humour that always had me laughing so hard and on the edge of my seat. But I guess you do, like you said, have to keep everyone’s interest in mind. Keep up the good work!


  • Mun // Mar 24, 2013 at 8:32 PM

    Hi Michele, thanks for your comment. Sound like you have been reading my blog since 7+ years ago. I am getting old. A family man now with father of 2.

    Perhaps I should write with that wicked sense of humuor, once in a while, again.

  • Michele Lian // Mar 24, 2013 at 8:55 PM

    Hi Mun, Yes, I’ve been reading your blog for a long time :) Yes please….bring back that sense of humour!


  • Darren // Apr 9, 2013 at 8:24 PM

    Hi Mun

    I just discovered your blog and I like the straight up way you talk about training. I look forward to going back through the archives.


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