Aisyah Mohamed Rafa’ee took Singapore to the Olympic games, and now she’s taken on trying out as many GuavaPass classes as she can get her hands on!
There were a few things that had Aisyah hooked on GuavaPass – the ability of classes to fit into her busy schedule, the range of workouts, and the resulting effects on her body trying out so many different styles.
So we gave her some recommendations and set her on a path of #GuavaGains!
For the next few weeks, she’ll be dedicating her time to trying out the best Singapore GuavaPass has to offer. Follow her adventures here on The Daily Guava and via her Instagram (@ariesyah).
GuavaPass is probably one of the best things that has ever existed in my fitness life.
I was super stoked to be part of the GuavaPass family, and it really showed in my first week – by Friday I had already gone for 6 workouts! Yup, that’s me being your typical Singaporean- a Kiasu at heart- making the best out of this unlimited pass.
As I scrolled through the list of classes available throughout the day, I could foresee myself experiencing a problem with this GuavaPass– I am the worst when it comes to making choices. I realised that it is going to be a daily challenge for me to decide which class to take.
There are so many to choose from, every hour of the day. I am so spoilt for choice. I feel like a Fitness Goddess having all these exciting classes in my hands!
I had always wanted to try the trampoline park so Bounce was the first session I signed up for. It wasn’t really a class but a pass to roam the trampoline park for a whole hour. I started off just learning to jump because believe it or not, I didn’t know how to! I also had the fear that I might bounce off and land on everywhere else but back on the trampoline. Eventually, I got the hang of it and managed to do some tricks I could only ever possibly achieve on a trampoline like this slam dunk:
The Bounce staff must have pitied my terrible attempts that he decided to teach me how to do a front flip into the big airbag. Eventually, after the countless number of failed attempts (and when my competitive nature started to show when my boyfriend was a flipping natural, already progressing to a backflip), I managed to nail a front flip. Not perfect but hey, progress is motivation. 💪🏾
I attempted the Ninja Warrior obstacle course too and almost immediately had a greater amount of respect for the competitors I see on TV- it’s seriously challenging!
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It feels good to be a kid again! I left Bounce sweaty, panting and hungry. A good workout for sure and the best part is that it didn’t feel like one! I’ll definitely come back again but next time with my friends and family so that I can show off my newly learned tricks. 😂😂