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Move8 Fitness Movement | Meet people who are FIT for GOOD

By: AFT Podcasts by AsiaFitnessToday.com | Co-hosted by Jasmine H. Low & Nikki Yeo
  • Summary

  • Move8 • Move It • MoveAID is a fitness movement that advocates wellness education and action, making fitness accessible to all layers of society. The movement was founded by co-hosts Nikki Yeo & Jasmine Low as a way to get more people moving; head outdoors to enjoy nature and living their best lives. They get up close with everyday heroes who use their own fitness for good and find out what’s their secret to happiness.
    AFT Podcasts by AsiaFitnessToday.com | Co-hosted by Jasmine H. Low & Nikki Yeo
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Episodes
  • [PROMO] AFT International Sports & Fitness Festival inspires sport inclusion for all
    Aug 30 2023

    The AFT International Sports & Fitness Festival is happening this 30th September 2023 in Sydney Haymarket (Chinatown) and then it'll head up north on the 4th & 5th November 2023 to beautiful Port Macquarie in the mid-north coast of NSW, Australia! See you there! Visit www.sportsfitnessfestival.com for more information.

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    1 min
  • Ikigai: The Art to Living Life’s Purpose
    Apr 12 2022
    Have you heard about Ikigai? A Japanese concept that has captured the curiosity of scientists, musicians, life coach experts and even environmental activists! What is it about the Okinawa Blue Zone? We researched what Japanese people thought about the concept; including foreigners living in Japan. • Written & voiced by Jasmine H. Low. • Subscribe to receive this in your inbox: https://bit.ly/aftsubscribe • Read the article on our website: https://www.asiafitnesstoday.com/ikigai/. Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/move8/message
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    9 mins
  • Ryan Hogan, CEO Les Mills Asia Pacific
    Feb 11 2022
    Welcome to Move8.org, a show presented by AFT Podcasts. Co-hosts Jasmine Low and her fitness coach Nikki Yeo created this show to showcase people who are Fit for Good - a tagline they coined for those who use their fitness and strength for the good of others. In this episode, we meet Ryan Hogan, CEO of Les Mills Asia Pacific who is pursuing a mission for a fitter, healthier planet! Originally from Canada, Ryan has been spearheading the fitness industry for the last two decades and one of his best known work is at FILEX - THE largest leading Fitness Education Event. He oversees Les Mills in over 14 countries from Canberra, Australia to Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Maldives, Guam and Papua New Guinea. -- How it all began: An Olympian and Commonwealth Games athlete by the name of Les Mills set up a gym in Auckland, New Zealand 50 years ago in 1968. It took 30 years of gym building, an innovative pre-choreographed barbell workout known as BODYPUMP® and the vision of an entrepreneur named Bill Robertson from Canberra to revolutionise the fitness industry with BODYPUMP® making it the world’s most famous group exercise class. Then came Les Mills Asia Pacific and Les Mills International, and today, a business that licenses 20 different programs to over 21,000 clubs in over 110 countries with over 140,000 accredited Instructors delivering group workouts to over 7 million people each week. -- Thank you for joining us on another episode of the Move it, Move 8, Move AID Podcast. See you next time and remember, why just be fit when you can be fit for good. Is there someone you could journey with? Walk with? Take a drive with? Visit us at www.move8.org and join our community. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/move8/message
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    34 mins

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