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Supporting your lifestyle needs



This is where you reclaim and maintain your functionality and your ability to do daily life tasks and meet daily challenges without issue. Rehab/ Reconditioning is simply a way to enable that and enable you to live the life you want to live. It need not necessarily be carrying huge load. It may start with exercises as simple as getting up from the chair without using support, or working on steps in a specific way. What matters is where you are at and how we can gradually bring you to your goal state and progress your quality of life. Reconditioning is a means to an end and the end is a better you.


Your fear of breaking your bone should not rule your life. Take control back via a 2-prong approach of shoring up your bone mineral density and upping your fall prevention game to reduce any chances of falling. If your legs are strong enough and if you are stable and have good balance, what are the chances you will fall or even need to be afraid your legs will give out underneath you? And when it comes to building bone mass, nothing beats exercise with varied loading schemes and appropriate nutrition. You can slow down or even arrest the fall in bone mass.You just have to do the right thing and work at it consistently.



Therapy in our setting often serves to work as an enabler to allow better movement, reduce discomfort, or help achieve increased mobility. This Earlygame which enables movement will allow the Midgame of reconditioning to help us achieve the Endgame of our goal functionality. Depending on what one needs, therapy may come in the form stretch therapy, soft tissue release, functional neurology, developmental kinesiology, or muscular activation. 

Move well and move more to move great.


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After a frustrating knee injury back in junior college which did not recover despite multiple visits to the doctors, TCM physician, and physiotherapy, YB gave up on any treatment and went jogging. He initially started slow before gradually increasing speed with each session. To his surprise, after many sessions of jogging, the knee recovered. That is when he found out that he had haphazardly rehabilitated his knee. That is also when he found out that despite whatever passive treatment we receive, rehab/ reconditioning is still key to helping one regain their functionality or even further improve it past its original state. From there on he explored many learning opportunities to arrive at his current knowledge level which is still progressing.


Below is a few of the education and certification that he has achieved-​

  • Master of Science in Kinesiology (ATSU), Dual track in Corrective Exercise & Orthopedic Rehabilitation Track and Adaptive Sports Track

  • NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

  • Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced

  • OMT Dry Needling & Advanced Dry Needling

  • Rehabilitation Prague School Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Certified Exercise Trainer, and Course A, B, C

  • OD on Movement Mentorship

  • Gray’s Institute Certified Applied Functional Science

  • Human Motion Associates Mentorship Level 1

  • Fascial Stretch Therapy Level 1

  • Institute of Motion Mentorship Level 1

  • NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, Golf Fitness Specialist

  • Kinesiology Taping 1 & 2 Certified

  • Rehab Trainer Essential & Masterclass

  • Bachelor of Business Management (SMU)




In-gym training allows the utilization of various solutions to the question of "what will be the best way to rehab/ recondition a specific individual with his/ her unique structure and history". Currently, this will happen out of the gym at Revenue House.



Home training may happen at your home or outdoor area or in the condo gym you happen to live in a condo. Depending on the availability of equipment and furnishing at home, it may be possible to come up with a program that is catered to your conditioning needs.



Depending on your schedule, it may be possible to arrange a hybrid of home and in-gym training. That way one can have the convenience of doing it at home with the benefit of targeted conditioning done in the gym. The suitability of this hybrid program should be discussed with YB.