Professional swimmers laud the latest in swimwear technology as the reason behind record-breaking performances. When U.S. Swimmer Michael Phelps made history at the Beijing Summer Olympics by winning eight gold medals in 2008, he did it with the help of the new shark swimsuit. Phelps, and other high-performance swimmers, make use of the skintight swimsuit.
The SGDF Singapore Open DanceSport Championships is wonderful! I’ve discovered that talking lemurs hold a lot of attraction for an island apparently filled with repressed individuals that are stiff-necked. I’m able to turn my head well, so I don’t think I have any neck problems. But I digress (not that I was making any coherent
One obvious landmark is the huge gym that’s right smack in the centre of the bustling entertainment hub – there, you see throngs of people running for their lives, on the treadmill. They don’t care if you stare at them whilst snacking on a bag of chips because they know that they’re keeping fit and
Forget Hot Yoga, Fart Yoga is the latest fad in fitness….
Do you like running on a treadmill, but hate being cooped up in a sweaty indoor gym? Here’s a device that combines the monotonous thrill of the treadmill with the mobility of a bicycle. The Treadmill Bicycle is no joke – this is a real product made by the geniuses at Bike Forest. If you
Salsa by the beach at Sentosa’s Club Islander was a veritable maelstrom. Mark Koh talks with Al and Karla Espinoza about Singapore’s love of hot salsa… Hot bodied women twirled in the arms of athletic partners on a newly built deck in Palawan Beach and rich music from internationally acclaimed Ireson, composed of Mexican pianist/composer
The key to looking smooth on the dancefloor is to practice beforehand… so here is FashionBrain.com’s tips for going to a Salsa Club Salsa dance clubs like Union Square are all the rage. They are filled with sociable people who want to have fun but also love salsa music and dance. The addictive rhythms heard
Think India, and at once, a myriad of images comes to mind – its intricate history and cultural diversity; the pageantry of Bollywood; variety of spices; upbeat music; customer call centres and advanced information technology. All these dance their way to our collective memory. Now, add to these, the lively Bhangra dancing that is the
Remember Hollywood newcomer Haley Bennet? She played a pop singer named Cora in ‘Music and Lyrics’? To me she’s the hip incarnation of the never-ending New Age fever, with her love of faux Indian Buddha statue props. The same attitude can be seen in the trendy yoga clubs of contemporary Singapore. Two and half years