Our Army Family Run

In celebration of Army55, we are currently in the middle of the 55,000km Our Army Family Run event.

Here are some photos of your fellow SVs from the Steadfast Runners IC team in action!

It’s not too late to sign up now if you haven’t done so! You can find more details here:

Do remember to give your support and vote for TeamSV in the Army55 Formation Fitness Challenge as well via https://www.ourarmyfamily.com/showtime

Don’t say BOJIO!

Running First Aid Tidbit #4 – An Approach to Side Stitches

Photo: https://www.runtastic.com

Equip yourself with bite-size first aid tips for common conditions you may face while running in this First Aid Tidbit Series.

The following articles gives us more information on a common condition that one might experience during running – side stitches. Learning more about some of the theories behind what causes them and how to manage them during your run.

Click on the following links below to find out more:
1. Causes of Side Stitches During Exercise
2. Dealing With Side Stitch Pain While Running
3. 12 Tips To Avoid A Side Stitch When Running

Keep fit while staying safe! (:

Yes, you can be a runner and donate blood too

Seen the SV Red Dragons’ post about the upcoming blood donation drive and wonder if it will affect your exercise routine?

Learn about the impact of blood donation on your exercise and strategies to juggle both in the articles below:
1) Fitness: Yes, you can be a runner and donate blood
2) 7 Strategies for Giving Blood While Running and Racing

So what are you waiting for! Join the SV Red Dragons at the upcoming blood donation drive.

Give Blood, Save Lives (:

Balancing social distancing needs with the desire to have a running buddy

Photo credits: https://vrscout.com/news/ghost-pacer-personal-ar-training-partner/?fbclid=IwAR1VXZy3IcSnsbvGu1h5FZUpEFAaWp-OvqnbjYPR6Z88B_P3Es1-Hw16AK0#

Oh behalf of SR IC Stephanie Krishnan!

What do you do when you need a running buddy and want to maintain adequate social-distancing?

Find out more in this article – Ghost Pacer Headset Offers Runners Their Own Holographic Training Partner

Stay fit and keep pace!

Running versus Cycling – is one superior to the other?

Photo credits: https://www.healthline.com/health/fitness-exercise/cycling-vs-running

Cycling and running are two popular activities people engage in to get a solid cardio workout. Is one superior to the other?

Find out more about the pros and cons of each sport and how the two sports fare when compared to each other in the articles below:
1) What Are the Benefits of Cycling vs. Running?
2) Biking vs Running- ​​Choose the most Effective sport based on your objectives
3) How Biking Can Make You Run Faster

And in case you wanted to pull swimming into the picture, here’s a little nugget for you to dive into:
1) Which Is a Better Workout: Running, Swimming or Cycling?

Like all other things in life, the key is moderation. Pace yourself in whatever sport you do and stop contributing to spin-induced rhabdomyolysis!

Stay safe will keeping fit!


On behalf of Steadfast Runner Anna!

I am contribute my part to society by raising funds for the “Kidney Dialysis Foundation” patients by cycling 400km on 31 October & 1 November 2020. Feels free to supports me by donating to them.

Donating is really simple and secure. The money will directly go to Kidney Dialysis Foundation.

” Giving is the GREATEST act of GRACE”

Today I make a first step to contribute my part to society by raising funds for patients under the “Kidney Dialysis Foundation” by cycling 400km on 31 October & 1 November 2020 with 60 locals & foreign cyclists from EPIC Cyclist group in a bid to raise $350,000 for low-income dialysis patients.

It’s going to be grueling, physically and mentally to cycle under intensive heat (I hate being under the sun if you know me), in the rain maybe (I don’t usually ride during wet days). However, this is nothing compared to the journey of less fortunate kidney patients in terms of their physical and mental suffering in their battle with kidney failure. Your donations will make a BIG difference to the patients of KDF.

Once again, my heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for your donation to KDF patients, and support for my action.

“Your GREATNESS is not what you have, It’s what you GIVE.”

~About KDF~
The Kidney Dialysis Foundation (KDF) is a non-profit charitable organisation, established in February 1996 by Dr Gordon Ku, a kidney specialist. KDF provides subsidised dialysis treatment to needy members of our community so that these patients will not be deprived of treatment due to financial difficulties. It also supports research for a cure for kidney diseases. Patients needing treatment from KDF are referred by the medical social workers in the restructured hospitals. A holistic approach is taken when caring for patients as it is KDF’s mission to look after the well-being of patients by nurturing hope and confidence to make life more meaningful, even for the most destitute. With the commitment to provide high quality, low cost treatment to patients who are unable to afford treatment KDF has with the support of donors and sponsors, set up a few centres to care for its patients. To date, KDF has served over 849 patients of which 79 have gained a new lease of life through a kidney transplant. It is currently serving about 266 patients and annually, at least $8 million is needed for the organisation’s operation cost.

Click on this link to find out more!

Thank you very much🙏

Buddy Run Project!

On behalf of SR Central IC Stephanie.

Grab a buddy! Get out and run. Or walk. Or just get active! That promise to meet someone increases the likelihood you’ll get out.

If we want to start a list of runners looking for a buddy, we can do so via our WhatsApp group. Otherwise just PM your favourite SV and get running! (:

vWorkout brought to you by Steadfast Runners TPY!

On behalf of SR TPY IC Sukriti

Date: 30th September

Hey Volunteers!

Celebrating the wrap up of our 6 months virtual-workout-journey with a Happy Dance 💃🏻 !

Dancing can be an intense workout that burns major calories and builds muscle.

For a twist, our usual workout squats, shoulder taps and lunges were mixed with moves out of the North Indian Punjabi Folk Dance, Bhangra!

If you’ve ever seen a Bhangra performance or taken a Bhangra dance class, you’ll know how energetic this dance style is. With its high kicks and wide squats, it’s almost like Bhangra was made to be a workout!

The music gets you excited about moving and the moves generally involve high impact hops, which drive the heart rate up in no time!

Social distancing, self-quarantining, and staying at home has made it harder to exercise. But through the routines SR@TPY hopes to have given you ideas to stay active and healthy at the comfort of your own homes!

Thanks to everyone who walked with us through this journey of trying multitudes of workouts catered to sweating out at home 🙂

Special thanks to my co-host Wan Lijia Jennifer for being a sport – always!

Until next time, Stay Home, Stay Safe, stay Active, Stay Healthy!