Exercise Intensity: How Hard Should You Push Yourself? – Conditioning for Physical Fitness (Part 2)

After completing your workout, you tend to feel good about yourself. Even if you can’t see the immediate results of your efforts, somehow you feel confident that you are one step closer to your fitness goals. Then again, are you really getting the most out of your workouts? Do you think that you have pushed … More Exercise Intensity: How Hard Should You Push Yourself? – Conditioning for Physical Fitness (Part 2)

An Unexpected Encounter – Conditioning for Physical Fitness (Part 1)

We are always in constant pursuit of fitness and health, at least for Jian Yang and I who have always been trying new workouts to break the monotony of our training routine. However, despite going through a multitude of rigorous training routines and programmes since our Canoeing days, we have never actually got to understand … More An Unexpected Encounter – Conditioning for Physical Fitness (Part 1)

Chasing the sun

One of the general rules of photography is to shoot during the “golden hours” of the day. This encompasses the period of time just after sunrise and before sunset when you get no harsh shadows or blown-out highlights; just a warm, diffused glow that seemingly adds much depth and life to the shot. The further … More Chasing the sun

Zhiyun Smooth-Q | The Budget Gimbal For Smartphones

Looking for a Video Stabilizer? I’m pretty sure we’ve all filmed our fair share of shaky smartphone videos despite trying hard to minimise vibrations from our hands. Even with in-built optical image stabilisations found in most flagship smartphones today (e.g. Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6), most of us still struggle to shoot satisfying handheld … More Zhiyun Smooth-Q | The Budget Gimbal For Smartphones

Singapore Open Water Swim Stars Sunset Race – 3 km

Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1Ff2M2DsXc Overview While 3km doesn’t sound like much to most, it is certainly rather daunting in the context of open-water swimming. To put the distance into perspective, 3km is 60 laps of an Olympic-sized swimming pool. The South China Sea is, however, nothing like a swimming pool – the strong currents and negligible visibility are … More Singapore Open Water Swim Stars Sunset Race – 3 km