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Sizzling Bods: Paddleboarding, crusing and wakeboarding to maintain match

Sizzling Bods: Paddleboarding, crusing and wakeboarding to maintain match

SINGAPORE – Meet this week’s scorching bods – private coach Tiara Alicia, 22, and full-time nationwide serviceman Mohammed Ashraf, 21.

Tiara Alicia, 22

Freelance private coach

Peak: 1.61m

Weight: 61kg

Train routine: I’m going to the gymnasium three to 4 occasions per week to do power coaching. I like lifting heavy weights, and I attempt to incorporate cardio by way of high-repetition workout routines with gentle weights.

I additionally do sea sports activities like paddleboarding, crusing and wakeboarding to maintain match.

Food regimen: My weight loss plan is basically free and simple. I eat one or two ready meals a day, however the different meals are much less restrictive. I eat every thing sparsely, and crucial factor for me is to ensure I get sufficient protein.

Mohammed Ashraf, 21

Full-time nationwide serviceman

Peak: 1.75m

Weight: 75kg

Train routine: I hit the gymnasium six occasions per week. I’m now in a powerbuilding section that entails a number of compound lifts. I run a fast 400m to heat up earlier than each gymnasium session and do an ab exercise after.

Food regimen: I strive to not limit my weight loss plan however I rely my energy fastidiously to make sure I’m hitting my macronutrients.

My each day objectives are to soak up round 150g of protein a day and about 2,500 energy. I attempt to keep away from fatty meals and I eat a number of oats, eggs and wholemeal bread and drink protein shakes.

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