In 2004, Adam moved into private practice to establish The Foot Practice at Camden Medical Centre. The Foot Practice continues to expand with new centres at the Singapore Sports Medicine Centre in Novena Medical Centre, Body with Soul at Rochester Park established in 2008 and The Osteopathic Centre at Siglap in 2010.
As a former National rugby player, Adam continues to keep fit with regular running and playing cricket.
Andy Neo, ASICS
Andy is the ASICS Runner's World Regional Senior Tech Rep. He completed his Bachelor of Sport & Outdoor Recreation from Monash University in 2008.
Andy is also the former SAFRA Running Club (Toa Payoh) Chief Trainer (2008/09) and has received SAFRA Running Club's Core Running Team (CRT) awards 2007, 2008 & 2010.
Ben Pulham, Director and Co Founder of Journey Fitness Company
With over 15 years of endurance sport experience, Ben has been a professional athlete ranked as high as 53rd in the world. He was a member of the highly competitive New Zealand Triathlon Team in 2007 and has competed around the world on numerous occassions in International Triathlon Union (ITU) events – with five podium finishes to date. Ben, who was a member of the New Zealand Olympic trials team in 2007, competed in his first triathlon aged 10.
Using his vast experience and knowledge of elite level racing, Ben has worked with and coached many local and international athletes to help them achieve personal bests. Through Journey Fitness Comapny, he now also supports multinational organizations to improve the health and well being of their employees by implementing strategic programmes that support both talent retention and performance.
Ben, 30, was born in Auckland, New Zealand and has been living and working in Singapore since 2008.
Jonathon Fong, Director and Co Founder of Journey Fitness Company
With over 15 years of endurance sports experience, Jonathan, who was Singapore’s National Record Holder and Triathlon Champion between 1996 to 1998, was awarded the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) Meritorious Award over the same period. He was the champion for the 1997 South-East Asian Triathlon and was placed first in the Singapore Biathlon (Open) in 2001. Jonathan has also competed in numerous triathlons from Sarawak to Los Angeles.
Using his experience of elite level racing and his qualifications as a sports scientist, Jonathan has worked with and coached many local and international athletes to help them achieve personal bests. Through Journey Fitness Comapany, he now also supports multinational organizations to improve the health and well being of their employees by implementing strategic programmes that support both talent retention and performance.
Jonathan was born in Singapore and has been involved in the triathlon scene since the age of 14.
Dr Steven Tucker, MD (USA), FACP (USA), FAMS (Singapore)
Dr. Steven Tucker is a dedicated physician and endurance athlete. A lifelong competitive runner and swimmer, since moving to Singapore in 2006, Dr. Tucker added cycling and triathlons to his training agenda. In addition to his medical practice, he is a sought after speaker and writer, competitive cyclist and Ironman 70.3 triathlete. More recently, Dr. Tucker co-founded the Singapore-based regionally competitive cycling team, Team Life Extension.
While Dr Tucker is a sub-specialist in the treatment of both breast and prostate cancer, he is also deeply passionate about the prevention of cancer and chronic disease through healthy lifestyle choices. In addition to contemporary medical care and screening, he advocates that simple and smart choices about food, activity (not just recreational sports), spirit, passion, as well as tailored dietary supplements, can have a significant impact on your health and longevity.
In both his oncology and general medicine practice, Dr. Tucker combines state-of-the-art testing and medicine with a common sense approach to chronic disease. For his patients, as well as his teammates, Dr. Tucker encourages the same approach in endurance training, combining athletic testing and data with real world results on the road. A customized and personalized approach is the way Dr. Tucker approaches both illness and wellness.
Dr Tucker evaluates and treats patients for General Medicine, breast cancer, and prostate cancer at his private office at the Novena Specialist Center.
Thaddeus is well known for successfully racing 1,000 kilometres in the hottest, coldest, windiest and driest deserts on earth, a competition rated by TIME magazine as one of its Top Ten Endurance Competitions in the world. Only a select group of individuals worldwide have achieved this remarkable feat in the Sahara, Gobi, Atacama and Antarctica. His efforts have also risen close to $200,000 for charitable organisations.
Thaddeus' sense of gratitude for where he's been and where he is today, inspires him to help others appreciate their own successes to develop stronger resilience. He is always exploring and discovering new tools that can help individuals develop a positive expectancy for their future. Leaders also value his infectious enthusiasm and inexhaustible energy in helping their organisations become more motivated to move forward.
Having appeared on Channel NewsAsia Primetime Morning and 938LIVE The Living Room to share his insights, Thaddeus has also presented 938LIVE’s Positive Business Minutes segment. He has been featured numerous times in newspapers and magazines including The Straits Times, TODAY, The New Paper, Action Asia and NTUC Lifestyle.
Thaddeus is the founder of Runaway Success Learning Practice. As a professional speaker and corporate trainer, hi expertise is in the areas of Personal Mastery and Motivation, Endurance and Resilience, Corporate Athleticism and Self Esteem. He blogs regularly on www.dreamscomealive.com
Gino Ng, Sports Solutions
Prior to joining Physio Solutions, Gino Ng worked as a senior sports physiotherapist at the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) from 1999-2009. He graduated with a double masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia on a SSC sponsorship.
Gino's position is perhaps most unique amongst sports physiotherapists in Singapore having seen all sides of the field as a practitioner, an athlete and as a patient. His special interests are in the treatment of articular cartilage injuries having done research in the area whilst undergoing his postgraduate training. He specializes in treating sports injuries, as well as devising sports rehabilitation programmes after reconstructive surgeries to the shoulder, knee and ankle joints.
As a former national triathlete, Gino is a 2-time Singapore National Triathlon champion (2000-2001), National Duathlon champion (2001), 9-time winner of the National Vertical Marathon (1998-2001, 2004-2005, 2007-2009). He has also placed 4th at the 2001 Asian Duathlon Championships in Hong Kong and made several podium finishes in the Asian Cup Triathlon Series events over the years while holding down a full time job as a physiotherapist.
Partly as a result of his gruelling training regime, Gino needed 3 knee surgeries in 2002 and 2003. After which he made a comeback and placed 4th in the 2005 SEA Games triathlon event.
When not participating, Gino has kept close to sports, travelling widely with the Singapore medical teams for major overseas events such as the various SEA Games, 2002, 2006 Commonwealth Games, the 2006 Asian Games and he is the only local Singaporean physiotherapist to have been to both the 2004 Athens and 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Mok Ying Ren
Mok Ying Ren is Singapore's leading marathon runner. He is a SEA games champion, was the winner of the local category of SCMS the past 2 years and was the winner of the Christchurch International Marathon 2011. Mok has a personal best marathon time of 2hr 26mins.