I started WBC after joining the Spartan Community Workout in Sept 2016 in preparation for Spartan Sprint end of 2016. I had a lot of fun as well as learnt a lot during that session. It also showed how much more work I needed to put into training. I thought the coaches were helpful, friendly and always ready and willing to assist and share their knowledge. What keeps me coming back? That is very simple, the people…. both the coaches and the people I work-out with. That sense of belongingness and the feeling that we’re always there for each other. It is a place where I not only get to be fitter, stronger and hopefully faster, but also a place of motivation, so much laughter and fun. Because we all work hard to be the best we can be and support each other along the way. It also nice reminder that anything is possible! My ideal week would be going to BC 3 times a week and a weekend class, either Raw or TRX. I have also started going for 5:30am morning sessions and I absolutely love it! I have been enjoying the workouts and fellowship with my workout buddies and it has been a fun journey. In 5 years, I wish to see WBC being THE place for getting fitter and better be it for running, obstacle racing, Triathlete training, and an even bigger Warrior community. Maybe even a Warrior centre fitted with Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) training equipment. I am looking forward to completing my Spartan Trifecta for 2017 and am open to exploring other adventures like trail running, a full marathon and maybe even an ultra-run one day! Anything is possible!

I was the girl who used to get medical certs from the doctor to get out of attending Physical Education class in school, the girl who used to hide under the tree when I saw the sun and the girl where getting dirty and wet from the rain was a HUGE no-no. Then as I started my fitness journey by joining a gym in my twenties, it was all about being in trend and not so much about getting fitter and stronger. Unfortunately, it was not something I was looking for. WBC changed this person who could not – do even one proper push up or carry anything heavier than 8kg without complaining, hated to be in the rain or sun – so typical Malaysian! we complain when it is too hot, then we complain it is too wet and was not a morning person – I now attend the 5.30am classes! – into someone who is committed to have a healthier and happier lifestyle. So anyone who thinks bootcamp is not for you… try it, but not just for a day or a week or a month. Make a commitment of 3 months and you will see the difference it makes to you physically and mentally. Trust me, it will change you and you will not regret it. Also, if I can do it with the ‘background’ that I came from… anyone can do it too!