Pre / Post Natal Training

Personal Training Client: Sam Mei Ling

Age: 39

Personal Trainer: Karen Goh


Personal Training Client: Lora Wilkinson

Age: 36

Occupation: Housewife

Personal Trainer: Karen Goh


The results post knee-surgery in 2011 were INVALUABLE. I was able to ski 10 months later with no issues at all and able to perform llike my previous high level ski touring, off-piste, deep powder etc.


I am confident of the same results through my pre- and post-natal training.


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Personal Training Client: Joanne Pizel

Age: 35

Occupation: Marketing VP

Personal Trainer: Nelson Chong


After a horrendous 2nd pregnancy where I was debilitated with Pubic Symphysis and a misaligned pelvis I felt I had received an insight into what it is like to live with chronic pain and I did not want to face that in old age. The pain did not go away after delivering and following a series of tests I found I had degenerated spinal discs, and overall terrible alignment caused by weak back muscles and core.


Within a short few short weeks I could already notice a significant improvement in my condition and within a few months I was pain free. I continued with the training and when I fell pregnant 2 years later I kept it up. I could not believe how different my 3rd pregnancy was versus the 2nd one (and even versus the 1st). I had no pain whatsoever. I was still doing trips to the zoo and running after my 2 active boys just days before I delivered. A nice benefit after the birth was that my body bounced back remarkably quickly. I was back in my regular jeans 10 days later and back at the gym and exercising 3 weeks post delivery. I even managed to complete a triathlon in Bintan when my son was just 3 months old.


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Personal Training Client: Monica Guevara

Age: 36

Occupation: Homemaker

Personal Trainer: Joseph Goh


I relocated to Singapore early in 2012. I had been running for three years training for half-marathons and doing weight training with a personal trainer for two years. I stopped running long-distances when I got injured with plantar fasciitis while training for a third half-marathon in September, 2011. Later, I found out I was pregnant, so I continued with weight training but cut back running. Getting back into running after my pregnancy was tough, and I was afraid as I still had plantar fasciitis, which had worsened because of the additional weight gained during pregnancy. I was quite sure though, that finding a good personal trainer was the best way to not only to get back in shape, but also to get back to running.


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