Ever wonder how these Singapore celebrity mums stay fit 'n' fab? We bring you some of their fitness secrets here!
"Take care of your body. Its the only place you have to live."- Jim Rohn
When we talk about these Singapore celebrity mums, ever wonder how they manage to look good all the time? This, in spite of their crazy work and travel schedules?!
Well, beneath all that glamour lies a lot of hard work that goes into working out and keeping in shape.
Check out HOW these 6 Singapore celebrity mums stay fit 'n' fab!
1. Wong Li-Lin
Wong Li-Lin may be in her 40's but is probably the fittest mummy in this list! When she's not doling out parenting advice to her kids, you'll see her post inspiring photos of her gym and work out sessions on Instagram. She even has her own exercise program called Loopz Fitness, to her credit.
Check out her fab lower body work out here, which does not need much space!
FAVE lower body move. Great thing is you don't need a lot of space for this at all. Tag your friend. Seriously. I dare you to tell me your inner thighs are not sore the next day! No kidding. It's a killer, a nice one 10 x (right, left) is enough to leave you trembly. #lilinfit #lilinwong #singapore #lilinwong #fitfam #fitspo #fitness #easyexercises #instashape #toneup
2. Joanne Peh
Her second pregnancy and Baby Qi may be keeping her busy these days, but Joanne Peh has once confessed that she would feel uncomfortable if she didn't exercise. Even during her pregnancy, the actress did Pilates to keep fit and maintain her figure.
Check her out in the above picture, doing squats, in the 3rd trimester of her first pregnancy!
3. Jaime Teo
Jaime Teo is one mummy who takes her fitness VERY seriously. A good chunk of this actress-entrepreneur's Instagram feed is devoted to her exercise routines, be it '7 minute' work outs, playing squash, doing yoga or simply skipping away to fitness!
Here's a sample 7-minute work out for you:
I only realized how important strength training is when I started to do sports, because you need strong enough muscles to help protect your joints from injury and to increase balance and coordination 🙂 also important, it gives the body nice lines (#vain) The 7 min workout is great for beginners and people with no time and it has 12 exercises: jumping jacks, wall sit, push-up, crunches, step ups, squats, tricep dips, plank, hi knees, lunges, push-up and rotation and side planks (30s go 10s rest) Give it a try! Ps: wear shoes to prevent injury #jmeworksout #dontsayinehshare #7minworkout #anythingisbetterthannothing #strongisthenewskinny #gotabs #homeworkout
4. Nurul Aini
Actress, TV presenter and mummy of 2? All in a day's work for this gorgeous woman! Nurul Aini is one of the top Malay stars in Singapore, and is apparently a fitness freak as well.
Check out one of her gym routines here:
So Maya got Kenji to train her after she saw Kenji's gift. Truthfully, it's nice to get Lucas to train me. I have been running and running and working out every day until one day I realize that maybe I need someone to tell me what to eat and what kind of work out I should do every day to stay fit. I was so sore after just the first session! did another round this morning and I am pretty sure I will feel the ache tomorrow. See you again soon @lucascjlim. Yes, be tough on me please! (Especially after the steamboat session today! ) Oh and remember to watch us tomorrow on Firasat at 9.30pm on Suria!
5. Jaymee Ong
You may have seen this actress, model and mummy of 2's face plastered all over Singapore, advertising a popular fitness centre, but truly, Jaymee Ong is one inspiring momma when it comes to all things fitness.
She makes even the impossible look achievable. Take a look at this obliques workout!
6. Jamie Yeo
She doesn't really look like a mummy, does she? TV host, actress, radio deejay, model and mummy to an adorable little girl, Jamie Yeo is another fitness enthusiast, who believes in the power of gym work outs and a healthy diet, for great body and skin.
And here she is, showing how to work on the "problem zones of your inner thighs, butt and calves"!
Ladies, here's a super simple workout that targets problem zones of your inner thighs, butt and calves. 3 sets of 25 reps twice a week is all you need! Squat (thighs 90 degrees to upper torso), heels up and tippy toes, back up again to feel the happy burn! Done in just 5 min at home, in the gym, in your office bathroom, in the lift. #underarmoursg
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