Men’s Health Singapore – May 2018 issue covers Top 10 local fitness role models worth following on Instagram! ONEathlete Mok Ying Ren makes it to the list and shares with them what got him started, and what still keeps him going!
“Take your time to find your strength and ultimately enjoy the journey,” Ying Ren advices. He believes that once you have found your strength, you should use it to encourage others as well. “It will not only make a difference to them, it will also make a difference to you.”
Check out the full list of fitness role models to see who made it to the exclusive list and read their stories too!
- Roxanne Gan @roxanne_yoga
- Mok Ying Ren @mokyingren #runwithmok
- Christy Chng @christychng
- Leroy Kiang @ketobeast
- Soh Rui Yong @runsohfast
- Tyen Rasif @tyenstagram
- Melissa Sarah Wee @melissasarahwee
- Darren Stephen Lim @dslasher
- Adrian Tan @adriantanfitness
- Calvin Kang @frappecal
Read more about it in its latest issue! Digital copies can be purchased here: https://www.magzter.com/SG/SPH-Magazines-Pte-Ltd/Men’s-Health-Singapore/Lifestyle/ (Top stylised photo by Men’s Health Singapore)
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Mok’s food diary
One bowl of high-fibre cereal, one glass of low-fat milk, half cup of yogurt, one cup of coffee with milk.
One bowl of white rice, 11/2 cup of vegetables, one palm-sized piece of steamed fish.
4pm: Pre-run snack
One slice of fruit, one snack bar.
No food or fluid intake.
6 or 7pm: Post-training
Half to one litre of non-carbonated sports drink, one glass of low-fat chocolate milk.
8 or 9pm: Dinner
One bowl of brown rice, one cup of vegetables, one palm- sized piece of meat/fish (steamed/stir fried), one slice of fruit.