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CHIEF'S ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP LIST OF THOSE TO VOTE INTO SEMI-FINALS


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31st October 2012 - Voting for the Chief's Original Bootcamp Location Champion & Overall Malaysia Champion!! There are 4 Locations that is being contested namely AMPANG, BANDAR UTAMA, SUBANG JAYA and PENANG!! What is the Chief's Original Bootcamp? Click HERE to know more!! What is the 8 Week Challenge is all about? Click HERE to read & know more about it. 

The voting for Location Champions and Malaysia Champion is by partnered-franchisee (from Australia), Chief Brabon and Gunny Brabon. This is to avoid any favoritism and popularity advantage towards any recruit. Their decisions are final and cannot be contested!

1 November 2012 - The Local Champions and Malaysia Champions will be announced!! (START PRAYING!!!)
 
1 November 2012 to 4 November 2012!!- voting online began!! VOTE!! VOTE!! VOTE!! Vote for Malaysia to go to CHIEF'S ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP/ ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP, AUSTRALIA SEMI-FINALS and let them compete for the best physical and fitness transformation against the Australian. Note: It is best to synchronized your votes for the a few challengers that can win against the best in Australia rather than to split votes for too many challengers.


For a quick review, our Malaysian Challengers that have submitted their profile measurement and pictures to this blog are as follows (FIND THEM ON THE VOTING SITE!!!). Voting site will only be open from 12am- 1 November 2012 (I think Australia time) to 11:59pm - 4 November 2012 (Australia Time). To vote: click HERE ..

These challengers have been on a mission to transform their physiques with the Chief Original Bootcamp for 8 consecutive weeks!! and if you think they look hawt and great now, see their BEFORE picture and their measurement. You will be amazed!! Click on the challenger's name BELOW to see their pre-measurements:






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