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AN EVER GROWING COMMUNITY THAT IS LIVING THEIR DREAM

There is nothing more important than to make sure every week that passes by, were spent productively.. especially since we had just celebrated 2 'New Years' in less than a month!! The Chief's Original Bootcamp Malaysia (COBC) community ended every week of this year with a big HOOYAH orgasm! Last weekend was no exception, a few dozens participated in a few big events.

The first was the Pacesetters Mizuno 4 x 3km relay!! Majority of those that ran the Pacesetters Mizuno from the COBC were never a runner but proudly those once overweight Otai whom were a couch potato out-ran the Lead Instructor and his team from the other bootcamp!!! Waaa!!!COBC  relay team made it to the Top 15 best when they were placed as no 14.  The Otai Delta 3km timing were Joe Liew (14:48:95), James Fong (15:40:02), Norliza binti Mohd Khalid (15:44:00) and Letch a/p Sinadurai (15:52:24).

COBC Pioneer, Otai, Malaysia most-voted SOB Joe Liew
COBC Pioneer, Otai, SOB and Australia's first 8Week Challenge finalist James Fong!
COBC Otai recruit team that overtook the lead instructor from the other bootcamp!!
There were more almost 40 recruits from COBC that participated in the relay! Birds of a feather flocks together!! From COBC, there were ILyanna Aylin Ayob, Norliza Mohd Khalid, Letchumi Sinadurai, Joe Liew Yaw Loong, James Fong Khee Hoa, Yum Kin Kok, Anis Rozaimah Ramli, Bhupinder Singh Randhawa, Maslina Ahmad Ismail, Eric Chang Thean Siang, Rienna Choo, Amy Ho, Luyen Ow, Umesh Narasimhaiah, Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad, Andrew Pang Seng Khoon, Dixon Thum Wai Khong, May Lyn Wong, Tan Mein Mein, Advance Tan, Lilian Lee Lin Lin, Shear Ling Toh, John Chuah Keat Kong, Siew Peng Wong, Tan Wee Liam, Zati Helza Zainal, Lorrine C. Xaiver, Tan Lay Geok, Jasmine Lily Ho, Jenny Foo May, Nor Hamezan Mohd Amin, Neo Yee Feng,

Pictures were ciplak'ed from Otai Delta Joe Liew's blog at HERE.

Luyen Ow, Amy Ho, Rienna Choo
COBC Otai Uncle John Chuah, Shear Ling Toh, Lilian Lee and Wong Siew Peng


COBC FOOD-Slut Tan Wee Liam, with Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad


COBC Celebrities Yam Chan SiuCheh, Colin Chong Wern Loong, 
Pooi Ching Khiew and Maslina Ahmad Ismail


COBC pioneer & Otai James Fong!

Tan Wee Liam, James Fong, Dixon Thum, Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad
Tan Wee Liam, May Lyn, Zeti and Lorrine C Xaiver

Typical trait of COBC'ians!!! whenever they see camera.. they start jumping!! CAMWHORES!!!! haiih.. just like me!



Part of COBC Running Community that is growing bigger and stronger!!! A good mix of male, female, local and foreigners


Neo Yee Feng, Nor Hamezan, Jenny Foo, Jasmine Lily Ho
COBC Couple Chan Meng Yam and James Fong..
err I am so tempted to spill out some 'secret'.. :-D

The same weekend, another group of more than 20 runners attended our COBC fourth weekend running training at Desa Park City!!! The running was organised and led by our celebrity runner Ilyanna Aylin Ayob whom prepared the circuit for us every weekend to slowly build our strength to run the distance.

COBC fourth LSD was at the Desa Park City (DPC).. as per the map below:








The same weekend too, the COBC gang in Penang went to combat!!! PAINTBALL!! led by our Penang lead instructor Sarge (COBC) Boon himself!!!


Sarge (COBC) Boon



Somehow.. they look more like Kominis than military!!?? 

While some went for combat, and some went running, some actually and played Futsal!!! led by our Staff-Sarge (COBC) Dann !!




COBC Futsal team members and its cheerleaders!! Cheerleaders??!!




While many spend the weekend burning thousands of calories... some COBC'ians spend the weekends Food-whoring!! MAKANSUTRA!!!

They raided MELAKA for FOOD!!





All this in just one weekend and its every weekend of happenings!!! At COBC, it is not just about working out to be healthy and sexy.. but it is all about a community that share all sort of passion and interest!! It is all about you!! We love you!!!


 BIG HUGS to all !! and a big huge
HOOYAH!!!

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