Different ways to work out during the pandemic

  • Family
  • Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020

Khoo is happy gyms are open. Photo: Nicholas Khoo

Nicholas Khoo couldn’t wait to get back to the gym last week, after close to three months of getting practically zero workout.

“I lack discipline when it comes to working out at home. Also, I’m a gym rat,” he confesses. “At the gym, I have access to a wider variety of equipment to work out with and I can get a complete body workout that targets the different muscles and body parts,” says Khoo who used to work out five to six days a week prior to the movement control order (MCO).

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