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Showing posts with label VIKI LIM. Show all posts
Showing posts with label VIKI LIM. Show all posts


We all know that various people joined the CHIEF's ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP for various reasons. It ranges from losing a challenging weight and fat to becoming competitive athlete in various fields from national gymnast, divers, runners to car racing. We have comrades whom joined us (and is still with us) to look their best for their wedding and we have comrades whom could barely walk for 10km and had never dream to run races but are now an avid runner. Recently, Rose Emini Pahamin, Viki Lim, Nyna Mohsen and Jeffery Wong conquered the BMW Berlin International Marathon!!!

and Of course, they were in Malaysia News!!

and another group of comrades conquered the River Kwai marathon last month in September!!!

Congratulation John Chuah, James Fong, Chan Meng Yam, Lilian Lee, Noor A. Othman, Joannita Zaleha Yusoff.

 We also have many recruits whom joined us (and still strong with us) to conquer the Mount Kinabalu and yes recently another group conquered the highest peak in the South East Asia. Join us in Congratulating Lorrine C. Xavier and Colin Chong Wern Loong.


Waking up at 5am to workout at the CHIEF's ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP (COBC) 3 times a week should get easier after err....  23 months/256 sessions/256 hours since we first started almost two years ago but it did not. This morning, waking up at 5am was short of a disaster. Somehow that extra one hour sleep before sunrise felt so luxurious... heaven!! Being under the duvet in an 18 degree aircond cold breeze was so ... Oh gawd.... indescribable BUT the bootcamp call was even more powerful! Nothing feels better than to start the day with at least 500 calories burn, the motivating scream of Otai recruits and the inspiring drive of Sarge Dann was too irresistable! I quickly jumped out of bed at 5:10am after 'snoozing' the alarm clock 5 times.

I arrived punctual at 5:45am after ramming the Maserati pedal and was in a great relief thinking I had 'deprived' other recruits from a sexier legs being the 'reward' for late-comers but I was sabotaged!!! Everybody ended up with a sexier toner legs when there were 4 'late-comers'!!!! (highlighted in bold- NOT because of ME ya! *wink bluwek).


No it was not Viki Lim that did the Lion Dance and No it was not a real lion but it is better than the real King of the Jungle. Its a dance by Chinese Martial Artists. Basic Lion Dance movement can be found in most Chinese martial arts such as Kungfu and Wushu. The Lion Dance is a traditional dance in Chinese Culture that was performed to scare away evil spirits and to summon luck and fortune.

The lion dance is often mistakenly referred to as dragon dance. An easy way to tell the difference is that a lion is operated by two people, while a dragon needs many people. Also, in a lion dance, the performers' faces are covered, since they are inside the lion. In a dragon dance, the performers can be seen since the dragon is held upon poles.

Viki Lim's was the first fellow bootcamper's house during this Chinese New Year that had a Lion Dance at her open house. Having known the quiet but cheerful and determined Viki Lim for quite awhile during our CHIEF ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP (COBC) session, she is not only friendly but a down-to-earth mother of three to Hannah Wong, Ashley WOng and Jayden Wong. Being a recruit, we all dress the same t'shirt, do the same workout and share the same mud.

One can only wonder how a person is until one sees the person at home. Viki Lim has a beautiful family. Beside being a wonderful friend, great daughter, a loving wife and a mother of 3, she is also the second eldest of 5 siblings. There are Vivi, Viki, Lizi, Mili and a brother Alvin. Her sister Lizi Lim and Lizi's husband Hin Toong Long was our close gym friends for many years during our Fitness First days. Viki Lim a keen athlete is a pioneer member at the COBC but her husband Jeffery WOng and brother in law Hin Toong Long are both a hardcore athlete. Hin Toong Long was a SEVEN times IRONMAN TRIATHLON finisher and an 84km Ultramarathon finisher. Both Jeffery Wong and Hin Toong Long are attempting the 100km Ultramarathon at the Singapore Sundown marathon this year. Damn I wish I am as young as them!!!

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