Year of Govt pushes to get Singaporeans moving

Fitness coach Lim Tiat, 50, co-founder of Bespoke Fitness, was flabby and unhealthy in his 40s, when he held a sedentary job supporting entrepreneurs. He found that regular exercise has made him healthier and more mentally resilient. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE – This was the year of explicit nudges to get Singaporeans moving and active – with specific time targets set and the expected intensity.

Human resources professional Melissa Low, 30, starts her morning with a workout. It makes her feel more energised and productive for the rest of the day.

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