5 Important Lessons from the 21 Days Challenge

After my 21 days of fit bod fat purse challenge, I am fitter and of course $1053 dollars richer! On top of these 2 benefits, I have learned 5 important lessons from this challenge.   For the benefit of those who does not follow this challenge, the 21 days fit bod fat purse is a […]

Lessons Learnt from my Trailwalker Experience

What is Trailwalker Trailwalker or Oxfam Trailwalker is a fundraising endurance events conducted across the world by Oxfam, an international confederation of 20 NGOs working with partners in over 90 countries to end the injustices that cause poverty. In Hong Kong Trailwalker, teams of four competitors must complete a course of 10 sections, 100 kilometres long country parks trails […]

Making running fun in 6 ways

Running can be quite a monotonous activity, especially if you are heading out for a very long run. Just repeated steps after steps for hours. Trying to have a little fun sometimes can help me enjoy running even more and go even further. Here are some things that I do to make my runs more […]

Running at night? Do these things to get the best out of the night

Due to work commitments, I sometimes do a lot of runnings at night. I find that night running can help me to unwind the day’s activities and bring down my stress level. It also helps me to feel relaxed so that I can get a better sleep. After many rounds of night running, I have […]

How do I prevent injury while running?

Upon the request from a friend in Ontrack.sg Facebook page, I will share my thoughts on injury prevention. Please note that the sharing below is based on my own experience, and if you have doubt or suffer any injury – the right thing to do is to consult a doctor nearby.   Progressive training In […]

Really Easy & Important Ways to Stay Fit while Travelling

Travelling and taking a break from the everyday life? Yet travelling could mean a disruption in our running workout. How can we effectively run and still carry on training in a different country while enjoying the joy of travelling? Here is how I do it, and how you can do it too:   #1 Prepare […]

Lunch with Singapore ex-National Runner & What I Learnt

Recently, I have a catch-up over lunch with my long time friend Koon Kiat, who is an ex-national runner for Singapore. We have a conversation on our competitive running days. During the lunch, I got very curious how he become a national runner, and I took the opportunity to learn from him. One of the […]

The Real Reason Behind My Running Excuses and How I Overcame Them

It is time for training. My heart tells me to head out to the roads. But my mind tells me otherwise. Excuses for not training never fail to come up each time I decide to train. Such as, I am tired. It is going to rain soon. I can run later tonight. I just had […]

Starting All Over From Zero

I used to be a very competitive runner. Those were the days when I ran very hard and far. However, gone are those competitive days and my stamina. For athletes who have stopped training for a period of time, it is very difficult to start training all over again. For me, I found it very […]

5 Things in Common Between Running and Investing

Throughout the years as I run and build up my property portfolio, I have come to realise that these two activities have much more in common than anyone would think – Running and Investing. These are the 5 important traits I follow to keep myself going: 1. Being consistent To be successful in running, you […]