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These Hunks at SEA Games Reignited the Passion to Exercise in Us Again!

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Even though we’re a team of sports noobs, yet this month we just couldn’t help gluing our eyes on the SEA Games' telecast. However, we got to confess instead of keeping track of how many medals Singapore won, we’re just busy ogling over the eye candies. Somehow, they just possess the magic to reignite the long-lost passion to exercise in us. What do you think?

 

Prince Abdul Mateen Bolkiah (Polo, 26 Years Old)

 

A post shared by Mateen (@tmski) on Jun 14, 2016 at 12:25am PDT

30 minutes of polo burn 231 calories

 

Charyl Chappuis (Football, 25 Years Old)

 

A post shared by Charyl Chappuis (@7charyl) on Jul 11, 2017 at 4:30am PDT

30 minutes of football (light effort) burn 72 calories

 

Tyler Christian Ruiz (High Jump, 25 Years Old)

 

A post shared by Tyler Ruiz (@ty_ruiz) on Dec 8, 2016 at 5:29pm PST

30 minutes of high jump burn 173 calories

 

Timothee Yap (Sprinter, 23 Years Old)

30 minutes of sprinting (10mph) burn 419 calories

 

Navin Param (Cricket, 22 Years Old, Left)

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30 minutes of cricket burn 139 calories

 

Quah Zheng Wen (Swimming, 20 Years Old)

 

A post shared by Quah Zheng Wen (@zhengggg) on Sep 22, 2016 at 11:10pm PDT

30 minutes of leisure swimming burn 173 calories

 

Bryan Tee (Muay Thai, 19 Years Old)

 

A post shared by Bryan Tee (@bryan__tee) on Jun 11, 2016 at 10:31pm PDT

30 minutes of Muay Thai burn 297 calories

 

Mark Leong (Waterskiing, 19 Years Old)

 

A post shared by Mark Leong (@markleong_) on Aug 13, 2016 at 9:41pm PDT

30 minutes of skiing (general) burn 202 calories

Pham Phuoc Hung (Gymnastic, 19 Years Old)

30 minutes of gymnastic (general) burn 110 calories

*Activities calculated based on a 55kg adult