Aaron Lew Seng Leong. Founder & Master Trainer Outstanding Athletics Achievements Former Malaysia National Athlete (Triathlon) World Class Adventure Racing Experience (Mild Seven Outdoor Quest 1999, 2001) Hong Kong AXN Challenge 2002 – Team Singapore Leader
Aaron Lew Seng Leong
BPS StrengthDevelopment Program
Triathlon Guru Training Methods include:
Total Immersion Swimming
For a fluent, efficient and beautiful swim technique.
Ride with less effort, increased comfort and greater enjoyment.
Safe, efficient, natural running technique to reduce injury and improve performance.
CORE Guru BPS Strength Development Program
Develop and improve your essential fitness foundation.
What is CORE Strength & Functional Strength? “6 Pack” is Core Strength?
Let our expert “COREman” to educate, develop and improve your essential fitness foundation through CORE Guru BPS Strength Development Program. You will swim, bike, run and carry out your daily activities with:-
1) Better Balance
2) Improved Perception &
3) Stronger Core Strength & Stability
What is Core Guru BPS Strength Development Program?
It is a collection of conditioning exercises that focus on integrated movements for the whole body, promoting Balance, improving Perception (body awareness) and developing Core Strength and Stability.
The program will improve athlete’s speed, flexibility, co-ordination and agility. It can be integrated into your existing training program, improving your “Fitness Foundation” in a very functional way.
A Revolutionary Approach to Energy-Efficient & Injury-free Running
What is Chi Running?
It is a mind-body approach to running that employs the deep power reserves in the CORE muscles, and draws on the principle of Tai Chi into running.
Who invented it?
Danny Drayer, a running coach, ultra marathon runner and Tai Chi practitioner based in Asheville, North Carolina, United States.
Former London Marathon winner Catherina McKiernan and Total Immersion Founder Terry Laughlin are fans to ChiRunning.
The word ‘Chi’ is Chinese, it refers to the energy or ‘life force’ that runs through a system of meridians, or channels, that distribute this energy to all parts of the body.
“The theory behind tai chi is that by practising mental focus and relaxation, you can sense and direct this energy” says Dreyer.