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Officer Cadet (OCT) Muhammad Idham Bin Husni went from being an overweight recruit to a fit Infantry Officer. What’s his fat-to-fit story?
You better have the guns for it: Catch Artillery soldiers going through a test of endurance and teamwork in the Vocation Obstacle Course.
This powerlifter isn’t slowing down without the gym. Find out how he continues to maintain his bulk at home.
This Infantry officer takes his passion for sports to another level - meet CPT (NS) Mohammed Hafiz, who has a yoga room and a climbing room in his 4-room HDB.
This fitness buff isn't running out of ideas to exercise at home. Singapore Armed Forces Volunteer Corps (SAFVC) Volunteer 1 Doreen Neo used to run thrice a week, including every Sunday with her SAFVC buddies, but has switched up her routine since the Circuit Breaker period kicked in. She shares her tips on keeping fit while staying home.
PIONEER visits two recruits (virtually, of course!) to find out how they've been keeping up with their Home-Based Learning (HBL).
She's 41, has three kids, and runs faster than you. Meet SAFSA sprinter 3rd Warrant Officer (3WO) Winnie.
He may be nearing 60, but veteran squash player and manager of the SAFSA team 1st Warrant Officer (1WO) Roger Ho is still fit to serve.
Diabetes is incurable but CPT (NS) Melvin Tan managed to "reverse" his condition, weaning himself off jabs and medication.
A new Load Effects Assessment Programme (LEAP) will allow engineers to improve the design of soldier systems for Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) troops to perform better in combat.