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FROM COUCH POTATOES TO RUNNERS...

Yes we hear you... Of course we do. It took longer than expected but the running vest is finally out! With most of the Chief's Original Bootcamp recruits turning from couch potatoes into runners, there are so many requests for a running vest to represent our community. The vest was partially designed by recruit themselves (thanks Fei Fei) and New Balance.
Printed in limited supply for mix sizes and sold at a subsidized price, please contact Admin at 017-3795988 or 012-3145665 to order. Admin Farhanah & Admin Rose will be visiting each location with the vest for cash on delivery. Of course there is some discount for WIP members. There is limited supply for each sizes and it is on a first come first serve basis.
You can also get more details from your instructors or get testimony from the Running Vest models at your location. Who are the running vest models? Beside the 3 recruits displayed here? Stay tuned....

JUNIOR COBRA VERSUS KOLEJ TUANKU JAAFAR

The Combined Old Boys Rugby Association (COBRA) that was founded in 1967 had a friendly match against Kolej Tuanku Jaafar (KTJ) on 23 November 2014. The friendly match was a day after the 3rd leg Autumn series on 22 November at the Sri Bintang against 3 other rugby clubs where Aaraf Armin was in the Under 12 Team. The match was under the guidance and supervision of Coach Felix and Coach Zek. For more information on COBRA, click HERE. Rugby was Aaraf's own choice. I always encourage Aaraf to participate in any team base games such as Rugby or football. Team work is imperative in future career and must be inculcated from young. To be able to work and communicate as a team is an important asset. 
Listening to Coach Felix motivating, inspiring and guiding the team, I am confident Aaraf is in good hands. Below are a few dozen snapshots at the match against Kolej Tuanku Jaafar.  Click on picture to enlarge. Well done boys and thank you Coaches.

THE GRAND CHAMPIONS FOR 8 WEEK CHALLENGE SPRING 2014

Guest Judges which includes the Editors or Men's Fitness & GQ, the Publisher of UltraFitness & Oxygen, and the Directors of BodyScience had concluded their voting for Men's and Women's overall Grand Champions, Malaysia Champion and home training Champion. Well Done Kok Siew Wong on being voted as the Malaysia Champion for 8 Week Chalenge Spring 2014.


2014 SPRING 8 WEEK CHALLENGE FINALISTS

From the 11 Malaysian that was voted into semi-finals in Australia's most talked about program, 2 made it into the Finals. Congratulation Kok Siew Wong from Ampang platoon and Sundera Siringivi from USJ1 Subang Jaya Pre-Dawn platoon.

This year's 8 Weeks to Wow is the best Wow so far. If you view the list of those semi-finalists at HERE, you will know what I mean. The transformation of most participants in just 8 weeks was jaw dropping. Always be guided by the results when choosing the best program for your health, fitness and physique. Choose the Chief's Original Bootcamp, click www.cobc.biz for more information. 
Results speaks louder than words.

8 Weeks To Wow: Result speaks louder than words at the Chief's Original Bootcamp.

Needless to say, results speaks louder than words. Every year for the past 4 years, the Chief's Original Bootcamp Malaysia, the only licensee for the world's oldest military-inspired bootcamp program in Malaysia, together with its licensor, the ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP AUSTRALIA, organizes the 8 Weeks to Wow challenge twice a year in February and October for 8 weeks. The 8 Week program challenges individuals to get the best and the most optimum result in just 8 weeks.
Below are just some of the 8 weeks result which is self-explanatory. This year, more than 100 recruits from Malaysia participated in the 8 week challenge and while their own grand prize is the new physique, self confidence and new look, there is also a bonus to those that is voted into the finals and overall Grand Champion. Scroll down for the list of Malaysians that was voted into Semi-Finals. Voting was done online by the public. (Click on picture to enlarge)