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  • 5 Common Injuries In Women Runners

    5 Common Injuries In Women Runners

    Women are more prone to certain sports injuries than men, particularly when it comes to knee and lower leg problems. Scientific literature suggests women get more running injuries than men, due to various factors regarding the structure and...

  • What to do with a broken bone?

    What to do with a broken bone?

    A broken bone, also known as a fracture, is a common injury. Most fractures are not life threatening, but they do require immediate medical attention. There are certain signs to look out for such as deformity, bruising and swelling,...

  • How to Win the Race Against Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    How to Win the Race Against Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Even the fittest athletes can succumb to heart disease. Dr Leslie Tay, an interventional cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, advises on reducing the risk of sudden cardiac arrest during sports.

  • 10 Exercises You Can Do While Watching Your Favourite Show

    10 Exercises You Can Do While Watching Your Favourite Show

    Wanna Netflix & Chill but feeling guilty about missing your workout? How about Netflix & Exercise? Here are our 10 tested and proven activities you can do while watching your favourite show on your devices!

  • 10 Reasons Why Kids Should Play Sports

    10 Reasons Why Kids Should Play Sports

    Values learned in sports – Discipline, Playing by the rules, Teamwork and Learning how to accept strength and weaknesses – Playing sports help children understand them personalities and characters better over time

  • Getting Sporty With The Family

    Getting Sporty With The Family

    Having family support to do sports or just working out together can be so much fun and beneficial for everyone in the family.  It is also a good chance for some bonding time and to enjoy some quality moments together rather than work or...

  • Wang Phanee, Femininity in Singapore's Muay Thai Scene

    Wang Phanee, Femininity in Singapore's Muay Thai Scene

    "When people say age is a factor for Muay Thai, I tell them that is not true. It is different being a professional fighter and coaching because for fighting you just need to train but for coaching you need to guide your students and...

  • Above and Beyond – a National Athlete’s Commitment in Growing Sport

    Above and Beyond – a National Athlete’s Commitment in Growing Sport

    There was nothing short of a pleasant surprise for the national high jumper, Michelle Sng, when over 40 participants turned up for the 2nd Singapore High Jump Series event she had organised in June. The sport was in a clear need for...