Hot Bods

Jason Wong, 48
Operations manager

Height: 1.78m
Weight: 72kg

Exercise regimen: I exercise every day and the workout can be a 20- to 30-lap swim, and an hour of strengthening exercises in the gym or track training, which consists of fartlek, interval training or working on my hurdling technique. I was ranked sixth in the 110m hurdles at the World Masters Athletics Championships in 2015, and will be training for the World Masters Athletics Indoor Championships in Korea next March.

Diet: I have five hard-boiled eggs but with only one yolk for breakfast every day. Lunch and dinner consist of small portions of rice, one serving of meat and two servings of vegetables. I indulge in chocolate ice cream once a month or a buffet dinner with my son on weekends.


Anne Tan Kendrick, 53
Radiologist

Height: 1.63m
Weight: 46kg

Exercise regimen: I competed at the Asia Masters Athletics Championships in May in high jump, hurdles and the relays, and my team broke the record in the 4x400m relay. I train three times a week and each one-hour session can be a 3km run, track workout like fartlek or interval training, strengthening exercises in the gym or working on my hurdling or high jump technique. Besides athletics, I also swim every Sunday and dance the flamenco once a week.

Diet: I don't follow a strict diet but I don't overeat. Breakfast usually consists of cereal, milk or bao and fruits, while lunch can be any hawker fare. I have home-cooked food for dinner, which can range from Italian to Chinese or Indonesian food, if my helper prepares it.

Text and pictures by Seah Kwang Peng

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on October 02, 2016, with the headline 'Hot Bods'. Print Edition | Subscribe