Author: Myren Fu
Myren is a StrongFirst Team Leader, director and head coach of Higher Performance, a Strength and Performance facility that is the first and only StrongFirst certified gym in Singapore focusing on kettlebell, barbell, and bodyweight strength training. Myren has been prepared under the worlds best in the industry, in a variety of performance and fitness education. He established Higher Performance, a go-to location for improving technique and performance with people from all levels. This includes youth athletes, gym owners, personal trainers, even regional and Olympic ranks—achieve their highest levels of performance and fitness goals. Here are some of the following accreditations he currently holds: OPEX CCP1, Functional Range Release, Functional Range Conditioning Movement Specialist, StrongFirst Girya Level II, StrongFirst Lifter, StrongFirst Bodyweight, Certified Personal Trainer (ACE), Certified Crossfit Level 1 Trainer, FMS 2.
More information can be found at www.higherperformance.sg.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 24, 2021With training equipment running at an all-time low due to COVID-19 lockdowns, most people have access to nothing but their bodyweight and minimal equipment and are left scratching their heads with what to do besides countless fundamental exercises and “HIIT.” There are only so many dips, pushups, and pullups that one can do when it […]
January 22, 2019How do you go from pressing 28kg to 48kg? At under 80kg bodyweight? With a technique-solidifying, base-building, high-volume press plan followed by a strategic peaking effort. But to develop a successful strength program, you need to understand programming fundamentals and your individual training parameters. Here’s how Myren Fu, StrongFirst Certified Team Leader and StrongFirst Elite, […]
May 26, 2020Given the absolute strength differences between men and women, a chin-up is an excellent challenge for ladies with strength goals. I train a number of women, so I decided to challenge my students (and myself) by embarking on an audacious one-year long plan to help as many of my female students perform their first chin-up […]