Tummy Tone Party Zone with Marie Forleo: My Favourite YouTube Zumba Video

Obesity In Malaysia: Being No. 1 in something is really an achievement and do you know that Malaysia is ranked number 1 in South-East Asia for both obesity and diabetes and number 6 in Asia Pacific region for obesity? I really didn’t see that coming and that is definitly not the No. 1 that we’re wishing for.  Hard to believe, right?   Well, the truth is, we eat almost anything we like and we are not as passionate about exercising as we are about food. Continue reading…

 

The Last Game: Watch The Best Football Animated Film Ever

Do me a favour. If you haven’t watched “The Last Game“, Nike’s new animated Nike film, then go and watch it now. It is the best football animated film ever that features animated characters of today’s football superstars. You will see Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Franck Ribery, Andres Iniesta, etc, like you never seen them before. Just check on the part 3 (final) video below: Continue reading…

 

Malaysia Super League 2014: Johor Darul Ta’zim vs Sime Darby

With five Super League matches to go, Malaysia’s No. 1 football competition is headed into the cruncher or borrowing the famous quote from Sir Alex Ferguson ‘squeaky-bum time‘. For big spending Johor Darul Ta’zim, the match against Sime Darby tonight is a must win match. In fact, all their remaining matches are a must-win now. Continue reading…

 

What Can We Learn From Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014?

This article is focussing solely on Malaysia’s participation in the on going Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014 at the Hague, Holland. The Malaysian team as we know have lost all their group matches and will now be playing for the 11th – 12th classification match this Thursday. This means that the team has failed to achieve their target of finishing in the top 10 and will now be playing for pride in a match that will determine who finishes last (12th spot) in this year’s tournament. Win or lose, it doesn’t matter much now but will be great if we can leave The Hague by putting up a very good show. At least for the sake of our fellow Malaysians in Holland who have been cheering and supporting our team wholeheartedly even at the time when we were completely hammered by other teams such as Belgium and Spain. Continue reading…