Andrew Robertson took on a 100 day weight-loss challenge on the advice of his UFIT Amoy St trainer Lawrence Cartwright. Over that time Robbo had to cut alcohol for 100 days, send Lawrence photos of every meal he ate, and make huge changes to his diet. Lawrence also suggested he go public on Facebook over those 100 days for extra motivation.
There is nothing more exciting than putting all your great training effort into a race event or competition with your UFIT friends! Seeing those familiar faces at the start line and racing as a sea of red together is one of the most motivating and satisfying ways to get you to the finish as quickly as possible!
Many of us know the awesome Heidi Makinen, either from her podium running victories or as she cross-trains her way around UFIT - at one-north where she strength trains with Stephen Greenan, at Fort Canning where she RunFits with Maire, at UFIT Orchard where she PTs with Tsvety - or gets Rolfed by Maria at the UFIT Clinic.
Evy Theunis lost 6.73% body fat in the UFIT Clean & Lean Challenge 15 - and was the female runner-up in the Challenge.
What motivated you to start your UFIT training?
When my daughter was born in January 2016, I weighed over 140kgs and was grossly unfit. I could barely walk without panting and was in such a poor physical state that as she grew up there is no way I would be able to partake in any activities with her.
If you’ve been hiding under a rock or training alone and in secret for the past decade, you may not have heard of The Turkish Get-up (TGU). Simply put, it involves holding a kettle bell in one hand and going from lying flat on your back to standing up-right in one fluid movement whilst holding the kettlebell above your head at all times. Sounds simple? Try it and you won’t think it’s a Turkish...
It's time to bust the myths, uncover the truth and discover the pros and cons of the Kettlebell.
With the up and coming UFIT Education Kettlebell Instructor course this month on July 23rd and 24th in Singapore, Frazer McArdell, head of UFIT Education, interviews Owen Satterly, a professional sports strength and conditioning coach and Anetta Josefowiz, a UFIT client, on the ins and outs of...
By Tom Clifford
” I first joined UFIT to follow the Salveo Body Transformation programme in October 2014. I spent 6 intensive weeks following a tailored strength and nutrition plan, which saw me lose 5.6kg in weight and 7.7% of body fat. I continued following the nutrition advice over the next couple of months and ended up losing even more – my weight stabilised around 74kg and 14% body fat.
You have lived in the UK and Australia, what brings you to Singapore?