Growing up obese, Kelvin has always struggled with body image issues. Since training at Level, he has gained the confidence to do a handstand, try wakesurfing / surfskating, hike in Peru and run a half marathon.
Ng Siah Heng began olympic weightlifting when he was 58 years old, proving that it is never too late to get started. His goal is to increase his strength, flexibility and mobility for his golden years.
Kelvin has been a regular at Level’s classes since Oct 2020. In Feb 2022, he decided to try small group personal training for a more structured and focused training programme.
After sustaining injuries in Crossfit and boxing, Desmond, a fashion director at Vogue, began Calisthenics training at Level. His goal was to build a stronger body.
We sat down with Bryan to talk about his heart, and how sometimes that’s far more important than what the head is going through.
Daniel joined us recently as a full-fledged coach, but he also spends his time as a part time student, training for his next powerlifting competition and sharing memes!
After Marc tore his ACL and MCL, he lost confidence and was afraid to lift heavy. It was Jamie, his wife, who suggested doing personal training sessions at Level.
We caught up with Daniel, who normally spends his time in Coach Wu’s barbell class. With the circuit breaker in place, he’s now moved to train remotely with Alex, who is working with Daniel to maintain strength and muscle over the course of the month.
A rugby player, Matthew Coleman wanted to perform better on the rugby fields despite injuries. Alex developed a personal training programme that would help him achieve just that.