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MUSA ZAHIDIN AHMAD ZAIDEE - You made it to your 36th BIRTHDAY..


Musa Zahidin Ahmad Zaidee turned another year older on 1 February 2010. I have known Musa since Form 1 back in Bukit Bintang Boys Secondary School, 24 years ago as we enter the teenage-hood. During our teens, we had explored, experimented, rebelled, teamed-up on group fights, double & group dated Sri Aman'ians & other girls, and went through the whole teenage cycle..... errr sort of tunggang terbalik together.

When we were 17, Musa was the friend that carried (together with Abul) and drove me with his Alfa Romeo Coupe car reg no "WAR 7451" to the University Hospital where I was admitted for almost a month after being involved in a major car accident during my holiday back from London. My forehead was permanently scarred and Musa's car was permanently stain with the blood. I went through 3 major operations to remove the glass pieces in my forehead.. The accident happen on the first day of my arrival from London.

I pursued my university degree at the Buckingham University and Musa Zahidin went to Oxford-Brookes University located 45 minutes away from Buckinghamshire. During University, we rented a car and explored England and Scotland in a time-span of a week travelling thousands of kilometres. Musa too was the speaker that introduced me during my wedding.

There were too many fond memories as we grew older.

We went through various ups and down, thick and thin in life together and I am proud to have such a friend. Last night, his wife Mimi Abdullah organised a surprise birthday party for him at the Red-Box, Garden Mid Valley. I was stuck at another function and regrettably had missed it. Musa and Mimi, my deepest apology.

Musa, you have been a wonderful and a good friend. My prayer for your better health, wealth and happiness on your birthday.


p/s- and on your birthday too....... may you be younger, look younger and feels younger... its time to join Mimi @ the Fitness first gym!!!! ..........or join me at the Original Bootcamp.


OBC- JAN 12/12 life is full of 204 Grunts & 102 Push-up


Waking up in the morning at 4:30am to get ready for Bootcamp was very challenging especially with excessive workload, night functions and travelling to attend to. When I first enrolled for the Bootcamp in September last year, I was sick and missed two Bootcamp sessions. When I came back for training, I lost the momentum and the stamina that I had built. There were also many absentees. Whenever there is a football or rugby match at the eve of the Bootcamp, the attendance for the next day became worse. Shobha Bala for one, will be absent at least once a week on Monday and everytime there was a football match *stick tongue out*. The rest... quietly and secretly FFK. I saw the trainers too were disappointed at our commitment and I saw the energy in the trainers when they saw a full attendance.

Started out with Nawal Aini, Rose Emini Pahamin, Nyna Mohsen and I, we made a promise that we will attend EVERY BOOTCAMP session for better HEALTH & FITNESS and as a show of respect and gratitude to the trainers whom tirelessly never failed to motivate us!!! Yes... it is their duty to motivate us but those that have been a Gym member and those that had subscribed to Personal Trainer would know and understand that most gym-Trainers does it for money and not out of passion but Bootcamp trainers especially Sergeant Simran PASSIONATELY went ALL OUT to make sure that WE ARE MOTIVATED in every session and gave our 100% EFFORT.

We first spoke to Dr Malek Aziz & Farhanah, whom had NEVER BEEN LATE nor MISSED ANY SESSION since October when we first join the Bootcamp. They agree to make ACE a motivating factor for us all. Shobha Bala then joined the ACE & made it more interesting by creating a penalty for those that broke the ACE-pact which saw Kenny Smith training in Scottish Kilt and Arvind Patmarajah in Red-Skirt.... hence the DBK (Damn Blardy Kiasu) title bestowed only on Shobha!!

We had only 16 committed recruits when we started the ACE-Pact. In December, the number increased to 20. Now in January 2010, we had 30 committed ACE.

Today........ WE DID IT AGAIN!!! ANOTHER MONTH OF ACE!!!! Those ACE-ACHIEVERS are listed in the "ACE-HALL OF FAME".. as an honor for their commitment which is a DAMN WORTHY effort... trust me, it was not easy to juggle between late work hours, travelling, lack of sleep, sickness etc.......

We are PROUD that since October 2009, NONE of the ACE-rs were LATE for training... a discipline that is worthy of the Hall of Fame.

We had Sarge Simran, Corporal Faizal and Lans Corporal Stephanie today. Today's training was taken for Grunt'ed. A kick-ass fantastic workout. The Delta had 17 toys to play with. We had Four (8) Mock Rifle, One Batang Putih (White pipe), Two blardy big and heavy rope and Six Sandbags.

We had two Check-points aka Store. All the toys were kept at the first store and the other check-point was errr about 200 metres away... (the distance between one rugby goal post to the other goal post).

Every Delta must form a line from the first check-point to the the second checkpoint and pass all the items one by one from one recruit to the other, until all items are transferred to the second check point. Then we had to pass all the items back one by one, from one recruit to the other back to the first check-point. Sarge Simran without failure, went from one end to the other to motivate us and most of the time perform the exercises with us....  this had never failed to impress us.

The circuit was repeated for the second set but everytime an item was passed to the next person, he/she must perform 6 Grunts before passing another item. By the time all items were transferred to the Second check-point and back to the first check-point, every Delta would have performed........ 17 toys multiply by 6 grunts and multiply by two (from check-point 1 to check-point 2 and back to check-point 1) a total of 204 GRUNTS.......... plus another 20 for dropping a toy (sheessh who la this person! but thank you).

So in total we had 224 GRUNTS today!!!

On the third set, one of the toy (the blardy fat and heavy rope) was taken out from our list of toys and when an item was passed, we had to performed 3 push ups instead of the 6-Grunts!! With 16 items, 3 push-up per item and from checkpoint 1 to Checkpoint 2 and back to checkpoint one again, in total we did 96 push-up!!!

After completing three sets of the above, Sergeant Simran led the Deltas and ran with us 3 rounds around the RUGBY FIELD before ending it with the routine warm-up.

I can never imagine doing 224 Grunts and 96 push-up......... today's Bootcamp was damn blardy FABULOUS!!! and could help feeling damn blardy PROUD ACE-R!!! It would be good to have some entertainment this month with somebody in an 'OUTFIT' but the fact that NOBODY failed the ACE, is a signal that everybody are more committed to better Health & Fitness... okay ok.... don't nag me on Cigarettes.


Other ref:

Suicide or Murder @ DAMANSARA PERDANA ?


26 January 2010, my brother Faris Zulkifli was watching television at his Damansara Perdana Condo when he heard a loud 'bang' outside his condo located on the first floor at 3:30am. He walked out to his balcony and saw a half naked body on the ground floor common area. He called the Police and rushed down to the ground floor and checked the pulse but he was already dead. All the Damansara Perdana Condo security guards were hopeless and ran away. Faris went up to his condo and took a towel to cover the body. The security Guards were no where to be seen.

The badly battered body belongs to a male Sudanese student whom fell from his condo on 17th Floor. Petaling Jaya district police chief, ACP Arjunaidi Mohammed, said "The half-naked body had serious head injuries caused by the impact of the fall. We are still investigating the cause of death and have not ruled out any foul play."

The body has been sent to the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre for post-mortem. Arjunaidi said the unidentified man was a student at one of the private colleges in Damansara and is believed to have fallen from the 17th floor apartment he stayed at with a fellow Sudanese. But, during the incident, the victim was alone."We were informed that his friend are now in Canada," added Arjunaidi.

Anyone with information related to the incident is urged to contact the Petaling Jaya Police District at 03-79662222. For more stories see: Malay Mail or Harian Metro.

EMkay, the developed for Damansara Perdana or the building management office should and must ensure proper and qualified security guards are employed at all times. The guards were either scared of the dead body or maybe an illegal immigrants that should not have been employed on the first place especially to safeguard the community that resides at the condo. Residents at the Damansara Condo should lodge a police report to investigate the qualification and permit of the foreign workers employed as security guards.

What is worst than a suicide or murder is to have a non-functional security guards....



.....RAIN, HAIL... or SHINE!!! 

ACE, ACE-Pact or the Hall of ACE is a mutual voluntary effort by a group of recruits undergoing the Bootcamp Training to motivate and aspire each other to Attend every session/every month without failure and be Committed with 110% Effort during each session for better fitness and health. 

Rules of Engagement:
1) 100% Full Attendance at all 12 Sessions or 12 hours Bootcamp attendance per month.
2) Those that joined the ACE-Pact and broke it, will be penalise by wearing an 'Outfit' chosen by the 'Council'.
3) MC, AWOL or Absenteeism is not acceptable and is not in ACE-Vocabulary.
4) The 'Council' comprised of every members of the HALL OF ACE.


MARCH 2010 (XX ACE-rs)




JANUARY 2010 (30 ACE-rs)
(The HALL OF ACE for January 2010 is unique as we had the unprecedented Platoon VS Platoon which was an additional 2 Hours  of exercises.... therefore, the Council had resolved to accept those whom had missed a maximum of 2 sessions, to qualify for the HALL OF ACE.)

Row 1: 1) Dr Malek Aziz (aka Doc M), 2) Shobha Bala DBK 3) Farhanah Bamadhaj 4) Nawal Aini Zulkifli, 5) Rose Emini Pahamin  
Row 2: 6) Nyna Mohsen, 7) Chai Soo Pey, 8) Angela Foo (YTF), 9) CK Chun Chia kai SSJ, 10) Vivien Luyen Ow
Row 3: 11) Suloshini Jahanath, 12) Amy Ho, 13) Kenix Lim, 14) Raja Rahman Mansor, 15) Ilyanna Aylin
Row 4: 16) Irwan Anuar, 17) Wan Rozana Aziz @ ANA, 18) Danny, 19) Danial Ismail, 20) Daing Danial Fitri
Row 5: 21) Natassya Lee, 22) Rienna Choo, 23) Saroop @ Roopi Rampal, 24) Hafiz Omar, 25) Lizza Abdul Rahim
Row 6: 26) Syazana Amran, 27) Armin Baniaz, 28) Zaiem Razak, 29) Nadia Tajuddin, 30) Sham Ser

DECEMBER 2010 (19 ACE-rs)
Row 1: 1) Dr Malek Aziz (aka Doc M), 2) Suloshini Jahanth, 3) Shammy Ooi, 4) Danny, 
Row 2: 5) Daing Daniel Fitri 6) Peggy Hoergh, 7) Farhanah Bamadhaj, 8) Shera Ann, 
Row 3: 9) Puteri Janna, 10) Wan Rozana Aziz 11) Nyna Mohsein, 12) Shobha Bala, 
Row 4: 13) Rienna Choo, 14) Rose Emini Pahamin, 15) Amy Ho, 16) Chai Soo Pey, 
Row 5: 17) CK Chun Chiakie SSJ 18) Suriana Saiful, 19) Armin Baniaz Pahamin

November 2009 100% ACE-LIST (15 ACE-rs)

Row 1: 1) Suriana Saiful 2) Nawal Aini Zulkifli 3) Shobha Bala, 4) Armin Baniaz Pahamin
Row 2: 5) Chun Chia Kai SSJ, 6) Rose Emini Pahamin, 7) Nyna Mohsen, 8) Dr Malek Aziz,  
Row 3: 9) Farhanah Bamadhaj, 10) Peggy Hoegh, 11) Tricia Especkerman, 12) Vivien Luyen Ow
Row 4: 13) Lilian Lim, 14) Kenny Smith 15) Michelle Smith 16) Shammy Ooi



OBC- JAN 11/12. Flat Tyres..


Today is the last 2 sessions for 100% ACE!!! Rose Emini Pahamin & Nyna Mohsein had already replaced this last 2 days at PJ Bravo during the first two weekends of the month having anticipated their travelling schedule to performed Umrah at Mecca,Saudi Arabia.

The Kiasu Council had also re-define the 100%  ACE as a full 12 sessions or 12 hours of attendance at the Bootcamp and accepted the 2 hours @ Platoon VS Platoon as part of ACE. Therefore granting the appeal by Dr Malek Aziz, Farhanah Bamadhaj, Shobha Bala, Vivien Luyen Ow, Saroop Rampal, Danny, Wan Rozana Aziz and Nawal Aini for a maximum of two stay of leave from January Bootcamp. As such, as of now, all the 31 ACE-PARTICIPANTS are still an ACE.... subject to the last session this Friday, 29 January 2010 which is last determinant factor for "KIASU ACE HALL of FAME".

As normal, we gathered at Padang Merbuk rugby field for our thrice weekly training. Today session was breath-taking, strenuous, hard, kick @ss and painful.. just the way we love it!!! Sergeant Simran, Corporal Faizal Ariff, Lans Corporal Stephanie was the trainers for the day. The field was ready with red and yellow cones prepared. There were Five Red Cones 10 metres apart and One Yellow cones approximately 30 metres away from the fifth or the last Red cone.

We had no penalty grunts or squat pulses after the routine warm-up and our platoon was divided into their respective rank Delta, Seal and Rangers. The Delta's circuit was with a huge tyre that was stuffed with 6 sand bags. (Four times bigger than the tyres in the picture on the right)

The Delta was further divided into 5 teams of 4 pax per team. Each team took their position in five files.that was marked with the Red-Cone to performed the followings

Red-Cone 1) Star jump
Red-Cone 2) mountain climbers
Red-Cone 3) push-up
Red-Cone 4) trusters
Red-Cone 5) Lift & run with Tyre

The Red Cones depicted the particular exercise that the team must perform at the spot. Every team must performed the respective exercises until the team with the tyre ran and return back to start position- Red Cone 5. The four person in the team with the tyre must carry the tyre with their hand at shoulder height and ran with it to the yellow cone and back to where they start. The longer the team with Tyre took to be back at start position, the more repetitions other teams must perform (the exercises). If the team performing the exercises stopped or cheated in the exercise-form, time will be added before any water-break is given. When the team with the tyre return, they will go to shift to Red-Cone 1 and those team at the Red-Cone 1, move to Red Cone 2 and so forth ala relay. the cycle continues for 8 minutes before a 1 minute water break was allowed.

The Yellow-Cone marked the spot that the team with the tyre supposed to run and U-turned back to Red-Cone 5.

We managed to complete 3 sets in the given 8 minutes before we took 1 minute water break. After the water break, we continued with the same circuit but the exercise was change to the followings:

1) diamond push up
2) Mountain Climber
3) Jumping Lunges
4) king kong push up
5) tyre

We completed another 3 cycles in the second 8 minutes and took another 1 minute water break. Then, we continued with the second set that was all about Sprinting.....

The Rangers ran first across the rugby field and back......... and while they ran, the Delta and Seals performed the Star-Jump until the rangers return. After the Rangers return, the Seal ran............ and the Delta and Rangers continue with the Seal-Jump until the Seals returned. While the Delta ran, the Rangers and Seal did the same.

The exercise, was then change to an abdomen exercise while lying down. With head and shoulder up, the hand must touch the shoe-lace with the leg raised at 90 degree. The Delta, Seal and Ranger took turn to run across and back from the Rugby Field on a similar relay while others performed the exercise awaiting for their return.

The third set similar except the exercise was now changed to Tricep dip.

I am always impressed and motivated by the Trainers' fitness. At the Bootcamp, the trainer trained with us and not just all talk and command. Today, Sergeant Simran carried the tyres with us, sprinted faster than any of us, performed push-up, did the squat pulses along with all of us and never failed to performed any exercises prescribed to us perfectly. Sarge Simran's attitude is a motivation to all of us and should be made an example for other OBC and non-OBC trainers too.

Today was another excellent day of workout.......... Although I only burned 640 calories but the tricep, chest, shoulder, abdomen muscle was burning more. After today's session, we are not worried of flat tyres anymore, we could just carry the tyre to the next workshop and have it repaired Eeek...!!!

ONE MORE SESSION BOOTCAMPERS..........!!! For A 100% Attendance, Commitment and Effort!!

Until the last session, Stay Tune..............

PLATOON VERSUS PLATOON........ Amazing Race!!!


24 January 2010, Kuala Lumpur. The Original Bootcamp Malaysia (OBC) organised the first Platoon Versus Platoon competition that saw the merger of recruits from KL Alpha & KL Bravo platoons into ONE-TEAM called the "KAY-AL KIASU" against the recruits from three PJ Platoons PJ Alpha, PJ Bravo and PJ PM into one-team named "ASTAKA Warriors".

Selva Kumar, the franchise holder for the Original Bootcamp Malaysia had made known of the challenge to everybody on 18 January 2010, 6-Days before the actual event that took place in Metropolitan Park, Kepong at 5:45am today.

All Bootcamp recruits that had previously completed or are currently completing a full month of OBC were allowed to participate in this First Platoon Versus Platoon Challenge.

"The challenge was conducted to determine which platoon is the strongest in a friendly, enjoyable and slightly competitive way" said the Admin in his email invitation. "The challenge was organized without any entrance fee but there was a Donation box to collect money for Rumah Ozanam, a registered voluntary organization established since 22 March 1987 by the National Society of St Vincent de Paul for the underprivelege, abused, abandoned, neglected and homeless children. 100% of the donation collected will be channeled towards to Rumah Ozanam to raise funds for the childrens school book and school fees.

The announcement was made a day after the new Balance 30km race which more than a dozen of KL Alpha elite participated. Upon receiving the news of the much awaited Platoon Vs Platoon........ KL Alpha was concerned as some of KL Alpha elite were injured during the New Balance 30km race and some strong Deltas and Seals had prior engagement on the competition-day. Amongst those injured, were Kenny Smith, Michelle Smith, Chun Chia Kai SSJ, Nawal Aini, Zulkifli, Rose Emini, Nyna Mohsein, Zaiem Razak and me. Marcus Chan, Danial Ismail, Jordan Bracker, Claire Campbell, Biing Wen Yin had other engagements.

Astaka Warriors had the competitive advantage in the total numbers from their three platoons; PJ Alpha, PJ Bravo & PK PM. They have at least three times the number of Deltas and Seals compared to KL Kiasus. We have to strategize to ensure we could gained sufficient number of participants to match the expected higher number from Astaka Warriors

Despite the injuries, in an exemplary display of camaraderie, majority from KL Alpha Delta, Seals and Rangers quickly responded to participate. Most gathered on Monday, 18 January 2010 the day the announcement was made  itself to strategize.. and the first task was to elect a leader to coordinate and lead. I was selected to lead and my first task was to form a committee. The committee was formed, comprising of those committed to Bootcamp and ACE. The ACErs had a proven Attendance, Commitment and Effort record.

There was a huge advantage of being a leader....... all work and tasks can be delegated!! and the core-key person entrusted with the most important task are as follows:


We were informed the battle-field will be alien to most of us. Therefore, we must have an insight of the battle-ground and secure the parameter with sufficient knowledge. Wai-yee was entrusted to site-visited and survey the Park and compare it to our training ground. Her report was perfect with specific details on available parking, public toilets, depth of mud, size of field, nearest food-court or mamak, travelling time and gathering spot........ etc etc...

Team-Image and Identification

Without any knowledge of the circuit or challenge that we have to compete, it will be imperative to us to be able to identify our team members especially at Five in the morning. The council decided upon an identity to differentiate KL Kiasu team members & supporters to the Astaka Warriors and one of the identity was a red-bandanna. Farhanah, the Seal-in-charge, bought a big 8-metres of red-cloth and sent it for cut and sew. Farhanah was able to produce 58 red-bandanna from the 8-metre cloth that cost every person RM3.00 each. Farhanan was also asked to purchase a few Noise-Horn.

Disguised & Undercover

KL Platoons are a bunch of cheerful, funny, jolly, loving and obedient bunch with Handsome and pretty faces. A character that will leave opponent laughing instead of being intimidated. Therefore, the council decided to use a Reverse-psychology to disguised our fun character into a hantu-like & fierce-look, with a Face-Paint ala 'Commando!!!'.  Wan Rozana aka Ana was incharge to make us Fierce-full and she bought a water-based but water-proof paint to convert us all into a Soldier. Ana sponsored two tube of the Black-paint that cost her RM15.00.

Strategic Planning
Four person was in charge for devising a stragegy through listing down the strength and weaknesses ala SWOT of the whole team mates. Three leaders were selected, Shobha Bala, Malek Aziz and me to study the strength of our members to enable the strong team mates to support the weaker. Our Motto was to obtain as many participation from everybody even from the weakest Ranger. Part of the strategy, was to hype and rev up the interest by spamming the OBC Wall @ Facebook which Shobha Bala and Shera Ann was in charge. The sole purpose was to create interest in all participants and called-upon teammates to stay united.

Official Photographer

Suriana Saiful was the appointed official photographer for KL-Kiasu. Rose's 50D was the official Camera! This was imperative to capture the historical moment.

Chief Loudspeaker

Zaiem Razak (pic on the left) was the appointed team's Loud-Speaker for the "KL -Kiasu War-Cry" due to his excessive voice volume.

The war-cry lyrics was done by Vinod Kumar (pic on the right). That was sang to the tune of US Marine Corp.  There were three (3) War-Cry songs that were shortlisted but we took the first War-Cry as the official Song. Vinod too was made the KL-Kiasu CALL-CENTRE HOTLINE to all KL Platoon teammates and supporters for direction to the Battle Field to avoid any Late-Comers due to lost of direction.

(Sing to the tune of US MARINE CORP)
We are KL and we are loud;
Loyal fans and we are proud;
We gonna beat PJ at this game;
Send them packing the way they came.
Grunts and squat is what they'll get
Come on Pee Jay meet your fate
Sound off.... Kay AL..
Sound off..... Platoon...
Sound off...... KAY AL Platoon

Lists & Communication

Nyna Mohsen gathered the list of all KL Alpha Deltas, Seals and Rangers and approached KL Bravo platoon to synergized. I took the responsibility to communicate with all team members via Group-Thread-Email and SMSs. We met Sham Ser and Selima from KL Bravo whom approached their teammates at KL Bravo. We had a total of three meetings including a group site-visit and lunch at the Battle-field. We were ready within 3 days prior to the announcement being made and impatiently waited for the actual Challenge!! During the countdown, a mass-group-thread SMS and EMAILS was sent a few times a day, everyday to rev, hype up and motivate the team as well as to provide the latest updates.

Eight sub-leaders were appointed to take care of 8 team members and give them a WAKE-UP CALL @ 4am and make sure everybody arrived by 5am for the distribution of Red-Bandanna and Face-Paint. The Eight sub-leaders were: Rose Emini, Shobha Bala, Danny, Zaiem Razak, Saroop Rampal, Selima Bee (from KL Bravo) and me.

The committee and sub-committee had various  meetings with 120 email thread correspondences. For the FIRST TIME.. everybody within KL Alpha and within KL Bravo took the initiative to get to know one another. Majority from the Bootcamp (me included) attended the twelve Bootcamp sessions half awake at 5:45am, barely before the training began and left immediately once the session ended that we hardly knew everybody there...  Now, three days before the event, everybody knew everybody at the Bootcamp. This was already the biggest of achievement and success even if we were fated to lost.

With most elite from KL Platoon injured and not available for the competition, our call for unity within our platoon was the only way forward. We spam the OBC FB-Wall calling for unity and reminders. The hea-count of opponent were bigger with their three platoons combined.

The show began......... on 24 January 2010. At 4am, all the Eight leaders woke-up earlier to call everybody under their care...... and ALL were awake except for Arvind Patmarajah. By 5am, everybody was at the battle-field and Farhanah Bamadhaj distributed the RED-BANDANNA.

Wan Rozana Kasim began FACE-PAINTING.... to make us look like Hantu...... and intimidate our opponent that is our key to winning without the many KL Elites..

By 5:30am....... we were all ready with Red-Bandanna & Hantu-look...

We tried to look Fierce.......... but we look cute instead.........

When the time comes.......... The trumpet was blown to call everybody to gather........

Sargeant Simran requested for 2 leaders from KL Kiasu and two leaders from Astaka Warriors. Shobha Bala and I represented our team and Alex Nathan and Nicholas Chan represented the Astaka Warriors.

The Challenge today was the "Amazing Race"......... the two leaders were briefed of the instructions. KL Kiasu and Astaka Warriors were split into two teams and the combine points collected by the two teams will determine the Winner. All the four teams were given a map and we had to search for 11 items and had to answer 4 quizzes.

At Five in the morning, we had to read the map under the Moonlight.......... eh, ok I lied, we read map under the lamp post.

We hunted and searched for all the items and carried them back to the finishing point. We found 10 items as follows: One big tyre, One big white pipe, Two mock rifle, One bag-pack, Two sand bag, One huge rope, Two eggs...

Our team KL 1, arrived and completed first at 7:12am... Second was PJ1 at 7:24am, then KL2 7:28am and finally PJ2 at 7:57am

When all the four teams arrived, the trainers calculated our points and deliberated on the winners....

The winning team's name will be engraved on the trophy. The trophy is a shared trophy from Australia, where the Original Bootcamp was first established in 1991.

After much deliberation, Selva made the announcement................. The winner is........


I accepted the trophy on behalf of KL Kiasu

We won...!!! I am very proud to lead the team especially with the undivided support and cooperation from everybody. Shamser was a great navigator, reading the map in darkness leading the team to every 'check-point'. Daing Danial Fitri and Tomi Soetjipto our fastest runner sprinted up the tower and a hill to get our next clue. Tomi fell twice and hurt himself to give our team the trophy. Nobody in our group left anybody behind. When anyone lacked the strength, everybody supported. When anybody was tired carrying the huge tyre, everybody quickly came to support. I was overwhelmed to see such a strong spirit of camaraderie... to see everybody as a team player.

Tomi injured himself twice when he fell while running to win!!

Aisan was so happy to win she could just KISSS AND LIIIICK LIIIIIZZZA...

Chun SSJ could not 'tahan' the joy.... and bear-hugged until I cannot breath....

KL Kiasu quickly call Astaka Warriors to share the Victory... It is not about winning or losing. Its about sportsmanship. This is the first time for KL recruits and me to meet other people from PJ recruits. PJ recruits were great.

After the event, KL Kiasu and Astaka Warriors became One Platoon, One Bootcamp and One family... 

Both KL Kiasu & Astaka Warriors group camwhoring

Other Snapshop of the event..........

Daing Danial Fitri......... KL Kiasu Delta that sprinted all the way to success... but the 'Boot' was too big for his small size.........

ASTAKA WARRIORS is a great team..... we are proud to have you at OBC Bootcamp.
We were proud to meet and befriended the Astaka Warriors............

The spirit of unity was so great within the platoon that Peggy came back all the way from Singapore to participate.

I didnt know why the Astaka Warriors started doing'Grunts'.. but I had to 'check' ala Red-Tee, their forms...

The FOUR-LEADERS of KL 1, KL2, PJ1 and PJ2.... (from left: Nicholas Chan, Alex Nathan, Armin Baniaz and Shobha Bala) being interviewed...


Astaka Warriors......... you were great and you Rocks!!!!!!!

After the event, KL Kiasu went for breakfast at Kanna Curry House, Bandar Manjalara. I personally went to invite everybody from Astaka Warriors to ask them to join us for breakfast.

I am disappointed... although i personally approached almost every Astaka Warriors to join us........ but only two came including the Astaka Warrior leader... ALEX NATHAN.

Alex......... thank you for accepting and joining KL KIASU in good spirit.

Alex........ you are a great leader. I thank you on behalf of my comrade.

During the breakfast, Arvind Patmarajah whom were not contactable (even after more than 30 trials) and did not make it to the Battle-field this morning arrived at Kanna Curry House.............. and had to performed 20 Grunts infront of everybody.

and Thank You to this women SUANIE (on the left below) whom triggered my craving for Durian to sabotage our Platoon VS Platoon..........

The Durian craving led us straight to the Durian Stall... but it was closed!!!!!!!! We peeped through the tent and saw 2 bangla worker deep asleep. After much convincing, they allow us to have our Durian feast secretly inside the close tent.

and when we ate........... we REALLY EAT!!!!!!!

Having burned 1080 calories at the event today.......... we gained 3000 calories with the Durian!!! thank you Suanie!!

Today was not just about winning!!! but its about teamwork, Charity, food and more food...... Well Done to ALL BOOTCAMP'ERS for more than RM3,000 cash received in Donation!!! you guys are the best!!!

To my KL-Kiasu comrades, KL-Kiasu Committee (that I mentioned above), PJ Platoon, Selva Kumar, Sergeant Simran, Corporal Faizal Ariff, Lans Corporal Elin........... Thank you for making Fitness and Health such an enjoyable moment.



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