a platform to teach Singaporeans about finance and fitness.

Growing up, I was always interested in becoming fit. I loved picking heavy things down and putting them back down. Now, many of my peers, from school or NS, turn to me for tips.

With my puny $630 NS allowance, I have realized how hard it is to earn money. So, I want to educate my peers as well as learn from pioneers of investing, so as to achieve financial independence, by 40. I hope.

It is so easy to get lazy.

Coming into NS, I realize that it is hard to remain fit. I am working in an office job just like most adults and I understand why they often sacrifice their health for money.

As a zoomer,

I am just like you. But I have come to realize the benefits of being financially stable and the privilege of financial freedom. I do not want to work my butt off until 65. And I am willing to make drastic changes to my lifestyle.

Why should I listen to you?

I am just like you, an average Singaporean aiming for financial independence. But fitness and personal finance are two topics that are the dearest to my heart. I want to provide you with my insight. So that you can learn with me.

Who am I

My name is Junior and I graduated from Hwa Chong Institution in 2019. I am currently serving in the army as a NSF as a clerk in the Royal Singapore Air Force. After my NS, I will be studying Computer Science in the National University of Singapore.

I was interested in programming since young, winning the National Junior Robotics Competition in P5, then going on to join the secondary school’s Robotics Club before becoming the Web Director for the Students’ Council in JC. Naturally, I wanted to build a career path in the tech industry.

I started lifting in 2017, although it has not been ideally consistent, I do have a deep amount of knowledge about it. I discuss it with the online community as well as my experienced gym bros. And I want to share my knowledge with the world.