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Always envy how others look fit and toned?

Always hitting the gym but never seem to be able to achieve your fitness goals?

Clients' Success Stories 

Lucas has been a personal trainer since graduation from NTU Sports Science and Management Faculty (degree with honours) in 2014. As a NCSF Certified Personal Trainer, Lucas has worked with clients of varying age groups and fitness goals. 

Client  |   Joey Cheng

Training Goals: Leaning out, building stronger core muscles, and conditioning for dance

Client  |   Nicholas Ng

Training Goals: Stay lean and strong despite being a busy family man and CEO


Whether you are a teenager or in your late 60s, a busy CEO or a homemaker, there will definitely be a tailored personal training program to suit your individual needs and schedule. 

Personal Training - Hazelle & Tay Ying
  • Bulking up/ Mass gain Programme

  • Fat/ Weight-loss Programme

  • Strength Training & Conditioning

  • Sports Specific Training

  • Sport Massage Therapy

  • Post-Rehabilitation Training

  • Pre- and Post-Natal Training

  • Street Dance Fitness

  • Nutrition and Diet Planning

  • Bootcamps

Training Location 


21A Keong Saik Road (Level 2), Singapore 089128

Gym Workout Fundamentals 
Common Mistakes when Working Out 
Common Mistakes When Doing Dumbbell Lateral Raises
Lucas Lim Fitness

Common Mistakes When Doing Dumbbell Lateral Raises

The lateral raise is one of the best exercises for those looking to build their shoulders. It is a popular isolation exercise that looks like a simple movement but there is actually more that meets the eye. 1) Dropping your elbows- this takes the tension off the middle deltoids and kills the gains. In addition, the upper arms do not go through much of a range of motion. 2) Swinging with the body - this actually reduces the actual load on the detoids and puts unnecessary load on your lower back 3) Not pausing - Many people forget to have a momentary pause at the top of the rep, to add on, many rest at the bottom when lowering the weight. Always maintain tension throughout the full range of motion for better stimulation. 4) Arms are in an overly bent position - This is also known as the L- Bend. Based on the lever arm concept in physics, the further from your body the weight Is, the harder that weight is to lift. 5) Elbows completely locked- this puts too much pressure on the elbow joint. It's never a good idea to lock out a joint. 6) Wrist is not locked - The wrist joint is disposed in a very vulnerable position for injury and is not ideal for good transfer of tension to the deltoids. 7) Using too much weight basically increases the likelihood of the 6 above points from occuring. Everyone has different capabilities. It is really important to know your own limits. Filmed by : Contrast For 1 on 1 Personal training enquiries / Collaborations or any other general enquiries, drop me a mail or a dm! Email: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:
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