Staying active: How 3 busy S'poreans meet their weekly exercise targets

(Clockwise from top left) Mr Tan Choon Han, Mr David Sim with his daughter and Ms Koo Siang Chueng. PHOTOS: EUGENE GOH, DAVID SIM
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SINGAPORE - People aged 18 to 64 should clock between 150 and 300 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week, according to revised national guidelines released earlier this month by the Health Promotion Board and national agency Sport Singapore.

Three busy working professionals share their daily routines to show how they regularly meet this target.

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