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Yoga for the Brain

Imagine you could contort your brain into all kinds of positions… To simulate, stretch and make it grow. After all, that is what people who practise yoga want right, for their body that is. To strengthen and make it more healthy. To become more flexible in the process and of course to improve their health….

Lessons I Learnt from my Trifactor Sprint Triathlon

Over the weekend, I did a sprint triathlon in the Trifactor Singapore 2013. Results can be found here The distance – 750m swim, 20km bike, 5km run. The problem? I wasn’t prepared. In fact, I was away on a trip only to come back 5 days before the event. I know, I know, I should…

Diving in Dayang Pulau Aur – 2D2N Weekend Trip

So, it’s only been about three days since I came back from diving in Dayang Pulau Aur. Spent about 2D2N over the weekend. It’s has been a while since I last dived (My last dive was in Bali, Tulamben in 2012) so when my friend (read his review here) asked me to take over his friend…

Cold Storage International Triathlon Singapore 2013 Registration is Open

I think my title says it all right? Lol. If you are into tris or thinking of going for one, this is it. I was pleasantly surprised to be invited to take part in this event because I am considered a noob at this, having done only the Meta Sprint Series earlier this year and the…

Benefits of Bikram Yoga – Posture Five Standing Head to Knee Pose (Dandayamana-Janushirasana)

What a mouthful! Actually, every of the postures’ name in Sanskrit is. This pose is probably my weakest.  source:http://ohmybikram.wordpress.com Because I run, my hamstrings are sooo tight that I have great difficulty in straightening my leg. Even if its stretched fully for a few seconds, I would be very happy indeed. The muscles are really…

Diving in Bali, Tulamben

Depth: 18m Time: 42min Visibility: 10-12m the season for diving in Bali, Tulamben begins in April all the way till October or so I was told by my guide. “It’s actually the low season now, as everyone comes to Bali then to see the Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish).” said Marta. Great! Less people equals more space…

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