Wednesday, April 2, 2014

What's my Favourite Sport?

 
 
That would obviously be SWIMMING!
 
 
YES! Swimming is my favourite sport. Because it feels good to be surrounded with water.
And it trains almost every part of your body.
Every time after a swim.. I would feel my bod very tense up and up to shape. which makes me feel good lookin' myself in the mirror. haha.. But its good to feel that way, that means you're confident in yourself. ;)
 
It is very important to feel good and apart from sports, our MIND is very important.
I would say the next thing to keep one healthy is to have a good mind. Once, you're good in your mind, everything comes in your way that should be done like having healthy food and exercise regularly. It is very important to have a good sense of well-being so that you feel good and know what you're doing, hence reducing the mistakes you will make in your daily life.
 
Besides sports like swimming, I also love to play soccer, and does playing pool regard as a sport? I think it would just be a game. haha.. :P
 
At times I would hit the gym to keep myself fit and also do some running.
Sometimes, we need to let our legs RUN!
So that your leg muscles are active. ;)
 
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HERE.. I would like to promote the following two events.
The Community Games and Sports Festival 2014
 
 
COMMUNITY GAMES 2014
 
 
The Community Games (CG) is a multi-sports competition held across the island, bringing the Games to the heart of the community and connecting residents of different ages, races and living across estates. 
 
                        CG is organised by the People’s Association, Community Sports Club Council and Community Sports Clubs, with support from the National Sports Associations of the sports to be featured. The seven sports featured under CG are Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Football, Netball, Sepaktakraw and Table Tennis. 
 
                    The objectives of the CG are:
(a)         Develop a strong and inclusive sporting culture with passion and enthusiasm from all walks of life; and
(b)         Enhance social cohesion and community bonding, linking people through mass participation and involvement. 
 
 
                       To help achieve the objectives of CG, the “All C.A.R.E. Teams” concept is introduced, with an aim to use community sports as a Channel to bridge and bond residents of different Ages, Races and Estates.  In general, a team must consist of members of different ages, races and living in different estates to participate in the Games.  The teams will compete at the cluster-level1 tournaments for each sport featured under CG.
1 Cluster boundary follows GRC boundary
 
 
Teams breakdown for CG2014 (as of 12 February)
 
               
District Listing
Grand Total
Central Singapore
North East
North West
South East
South West
CG Badminton
24
19
18
15
22
98
CG Basketball Men’s 5 on 5
20
25
16
18
23
102
CG Football Men’s 11-a-side
16
19
18
5
19
77
CG Sepaktakraw (Men’s)
34
33
30
12
25
134
CG Sepaktakraw (Men’s Junior)
13
10
12
5
12
52
CG Table Tennis
19
16
13
13
22
83
CG Bowling
CG Basketball Men’s Masters 3 on 3
CG Basketball Women’s 3 on
CG Football Men’s Masters 5-a-side
CG Football Women’s 5-a-side
CG Netball
Total No. of Registration Forms Received
126
122
107
68
123
546


 
COMMUNITY SPORTS FESTIVAL 2014
  
                        The Community Sports Festival (CSF) 2014 is a series of sports festivals organised by the Community Sports Club Council (CSC Council) and Community Sports Clubs (CSCs) in partnership with the various Grassroots Organisations. The sports festivals would be held during the period 16 March to 30 June, at various venues across the island.
 
 
                      The event aims to be a fun-filled, exciting event that attracts residents to participate in a series of sports, physical activities and other fringe activities that foster interaction and community bonding.  One of the highlights for this year’s CSF is the introduction of the Community Sports Challenge, a modified game adapted from the actual sport, to create wider outreach and interest to those who has never participated in a sport. The Community Sports Challenge’s emphasis on teamwork and promotes bonding and fun in their quest to be the best team in the competition. The challenges include Mini Pong, Archery Tag and Football. Each challenge is further divided into four categories which suit the different age groups: Children, Senior, Parent and Child and open categories. Challenger who sets the first record of each Sports Challenge of its categories wins the game.
 
 
                      Through the CSF, the residents would become more aware of the sports activities (such as brisk walking), sports interest groups, and volunteering opportunities that are available in their constituency or Group Representation Constituency (GRC).
 
 
Dates of Community Sports Festival
 
Cluster
Dates
Time
Venue
Aljunied
TBC
TBC
TBC
Ang Mo Kio
16 March 2014
8am to 12pm
Punggol River, Sengkang Sports Recreation Centre
Bishan-Toa Payoh
17 May 2014
4.30pm to 7.30pm
Bishan ACTIVE Park
Chua Chu Kang
13 April 2014
 
Chua Chu Kang Stadium
East Coast
TBC
TBC
TBC
Holland-Bukit Timah
13 April 2014
7.30am to 12pm
Petir Park
Jurong
21 June 2014
 
With Jurong Lake Run
Marine Parade
25 May 2014
8.30am to 12.30pm
MacPherson CC
Moulmein-Kallang
21 June 2014
2pm to 6pm
Toa Payoh Sports Hall
Nee Soon
8 June 2014
8am to 1pm
Chong Pang Hardcourt opposite Sun Plaza
Pasir Ris-Punggol
TBC
TBC
TBC
Sembawang
6 April 2014
8am to 12pm
Republic Polytechnic
Tampines
13 April 2014
TBC
TBC
Tanjong Pagar
TBC
TBC
TBC
West Coast
6 April 2014
7.30am to 12pm
Jurong West Sports Recreation Centre
 



Here ending off with myself.. showing you a healthy me keeping FiT and SMiLEY! :)
Hope my post motivates you to keep fit and stay healthy.
 
Meanwhile..
 
Find out more information on the events that I've shared in this post..
Check out these links:
 
Community Games 2014
 
Community Sports Club Facebook Page