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From Mahjong to Exercise Kakis

Standing from left to right: Active Health Coach Wan Xin, Lee Siew Hwa, Tan Lai Wan & Tan Gek HuaSquatting from left to right: Lim Boon Lian, Active Health Coach Stuart
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Quick Guide To Safe Exercise For Diabetics

14.2% of Singaporean adults suffer from diabetes. That’s 640,400 people. With this number, it is not surprising that in 2015, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) revealed that Singapore had the second-highest proportion of diabetics among...
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Ageing Gracefully And Living Life To The Fullest

Poh Mun with fellow active seniors and Active Health Coach Christabelle HealthHub defines active ageing as a holistic approach that helps a person to optimise their physical, mental and social health, be actively engaged in society and have the...
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Active Ageing Through Sharing And Caring

Exercise Interest Group at Active Health Lab, Jurong East Sport Centre
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Never Too Old To Exercise: Here’s Why Exercise Is Important For Older Adults

Note: This picture is taken before COVID-19.
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What Is The Secret To Active Ageing

By Gary Yang Note: This picture is taken before COVID-19. The big secret about active ageing is that there is actually no secret! That is right, it is for everyone and anyone, and there is no rocket science involved.
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A Healthy Me Is The Best Gift For My Children

By Gary Yang Rita and her children at the Yellow Ribbon Run in 2014  As a parent myself, I know how hard it can be to keep up with my kids as I get older. Over the years, I realised that I am no longer as fast, flexible or have as much stamina...
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From Strangers To Friends With Active Health

By Gary Yang Note: All photos in this article were taken before the COVID-19 pandemic.  You know what they say about strangers? That they are friends that you have not already met. Well, that’s exactly the case for a bunch of participants who...
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The shift worker's guide to staying active

In today’s economy, shift work is becoming more prevalent than ever. What used to be a work arrangement unique to security, healthcare and hospitality industries is now becoming the norm in other industries. Thanks to our globalised economy and...
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Active Health puts a new spin on active ageing

By Gary Yang Note: This photo is taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. If active ageing to you only means a group of seniors practising Tai Chi and playing chess at the void deck, stop stereotyping and check out what these awesome seniors are doing...
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How regular exercise benefits performance and well-being in students


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Benefits of aerobic fitness and how to achieve it

Most of you reading this probably do some of the following cardio exercises in your fitness routine: running, cycling, swimming, walking, HIIT etc. Doing such exercises can improve your aerobic fitness, which is important as it provides essential...
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Developing strength through bodyweight training


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Exercising safely and effectively during the circuit breaker

Have you noticed more people exercising during this circuit breaker? For some who have gone outdoors, have you seen more people running on the roads and in the parks? While for those who are mostly indoors, have you noticed a large influx of...
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