BLAST PAST ANY OB­STA­CLE

FOUR PAR­TIC­I­PANTS OF OUR MEN’S HEALTH URBANATHLON 2014 SHARE TIPS ON TACK­LING SIN­GA­PORE’S TOUGH­EST OB­STA­CLE RACE.

Men's Health (Singapore) - - ON THE COVER - TEXT KYLE LE­UNG PHOTOGRAPHY VERON­ICA TAY & VER­NON WONG DIG­I­TAL IMAGING ASHRUDDIN SANI HAIR, MAKEUP & GROOM­ING IRENE LEE

The tough men and women wh­who will be tak­ing on the race this year share with us their tips and tricks on how to deal with some of the ob­sta­cles.

WHEN THE GO­ING GETS TOUGH, th­ese four keep go­ing. Anne Qi­hui, Haresh Ti­lani, Xavier Ng and Muham­mad Hil­wan live life with­out the word “sur­ren­der” in their vo­cab­u­lary. Next month, they’ll at­tempt to add the Men’s

Health Urbanathlon to their per­sonal list of glo­ries. Read their sto­ries of iron de­ter­mi­na­tion and you’ll know why they’re drawn to Sin­ga­pore’s tough­est ob­sta­cle race, with nine gru­elling ob­sta­cles and 14km sep­a­rat­ing them and the fin­ish line. To help you over­come the hur­dles, they’ve picked four Urbanathlon bar­ri­ers they find most chal­leng­ing and de­vised a work­out for each. Fol­low their lead and be on your way to all-round tough­ness.

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