Greater Singapore Workout: Teh Tarik and Puddle Hop your way to fitness

The Health Promotion Board has launched a jazzed-up version of the Great Singapore Workout, which now has cheekily-named moves and upbeat music

Twenty-five years after the Great Singapore Workout was launched, there is a refreshed version that promises to show that exercising can be fun and easy.

And most of the 11 moves in the new edition come with tongue-in-cheek names such as Kiasu Chope and Mozzie Clap.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on November 18, 2018, with the headline 'Do the Kiasu Chope'. Subscribe