Theon Lim, 22, Undergraduate
Exercise regimen: I visit the gym up to four times a week and train two body parts each day, usually a major muscle group followed by a minor muscle group (for example, chest and triceps, back and biceps). I also do cardio twice a week with running - starting with interval training and then a 30-minute jog.
Diet: I used to diet but not any more, though I avoid trans fats. I take whey protein twice a day, once in the morning for breakfast (along with a glass of milk) and another two scoops after I go to the gym. Lunch and dinner are usually easy standards like chicken rice.
Angeline Yeo, 22, Undergraduate
Exercise regimen: I go for yoga sessions (hot yoga and vinyasa yoga) up to five times a week, which help keep my body in good shape and maintain my flexibility. Each session lasts between one and two hours. I also head to the gym to do simple lifting of weights and a 30-minute run as a cardio workout.
Diet: I usually eat what I want but try to maintain a balanced diet by having loads of vegetables, fruits and protein in my meals. I believe in eating healthily 80 per cent of the time to keep my fitness but spare another 20 per cent for some indulgences when the cravings hit.
This article was first published on May 25, 2014.
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