Personal trainers are not just for celebrities and public figures. If you lack the motivation to work out on your own, like a variety of workouts but don’t know how to create your own programme, or you have a particular target and training goal, then you might benefit from hiring a personal trainer to guide you along.
A personal trainer can be a great investment. An excellent personal trainer is one who makes you feel comfortable, one who is patient with you, one who treats your fitness goals as their own, one who communicates well and most importantly one who is passionate about fitness and practices healthy living in their own personal lives.
Vanilla Luxury has put together a list of personal trainers in Singapore who you should definitely hit up to get a body everyone would be jealous of.
Vanan, EzFit Singapore
Vanan has been in the fitness industry for more than 15 years and leads EzFit Singapore which brings fitness professionals to your doorstep. The team consists of qualified and experienced personal trainers, each with a different sub-speciality, who can customise the fitness programme to your needs and goals.
From kids to seniors, Vanan’s team of personal trainers at EzFit will be able to find a fitness programme that suits you. Their comprehensive programme not only teaches you how to exercise but also strives to guide you on diet and lifestyle choices for a more balanced life.
Vanan also specialises in corporate fitness programs and events. Staying abreast of the latest developments in the fitness field, he is also one of only three Master Trainers for the Gray Institute based in Singapore to educate the fitness community in continual education in terms of body movement.
Email Vanan at email@example.com for further enquiries.
Adrian Tan, One Personal Training
Adrian Tan started training when he saw a group of his close friends get into the fitness route. He saw the tremendous transformation from weight training and immediately got hooked from that day. “Fitness is a lifestyle. It's not something you do for a few hours each day. As a matter of fact, it's 24/7. You need to be consistent with your nutrition and sleeping patterns to yield the best results.” Adrian provides both online coaching and personal training services.
While doing her Masters in Clinical Exercise Practice back in Australia, Noopura Yeliur also bagged a certificate as a professional personal trainer from the Australian Institute of Fitness. She has been practising as an Exercise Physiologist in Singapore for over 8 years now with a variety of clients ranging from healthy individuals to people with medical conditions. With the advantage of her combined expertise in clinical and training fields, she offers her clients a one of a kind training experience. She works extensively in women’s health specialising in antenatal and postnatal training as well.
Contact Noopura at (+65) 9858 6151 or drop her a message on Instagram @trainwithnoop.
Jason Chee entered the world of fitness “by accident”. Back when he used to play competitive basketball in polytechnic, he and his teammates decided to buff themselves up so they can start playing rough. Since then, Jason has not turned back. ”My only principal in fitness is consistency. Everyone can have that burst of motivation but how long can you maintain that? There is definitely no shortcut.” Jason is a personal trainer for both men and women for bodybuilding.
Contact him on Instagram @thejasonchee.
“Strive for progression, not perfection. No shortcuts but hard work and dedication.” As a mother of a young daughter, looking good is very important for Beckie Loh. Looking good does not necessarily mean skinny. Looking good means being strong, healthy and fit." Training helps me relieve stress and makes me feel better each day." A workout with Beckie means targeting different muscle groups every day and a few hours of cardio, depending on your fitness goals.
From a young age, Regina was always engaged in co-curricular activities that kept her body active such as sprinting, volleyball, basketball and cheerleading. However, her journey to fitness started with her personal goal of breaking the stereotype that women are weak. Two years later, this Psychology student started working as a personal trainer. She provides both online and personal training services.