Fitness key to J&B Met triumph

NEW IMAGE - The Chong brothers, Winston and Quinton, have established a niche system of training techniques for sportsmen and women of all proportions.

NEW IMAGE - The Chong brothers, Winston and Quinton, have established a niche system of training techniques for sportsmen and women of all proportions.

"We get our clientele to achieve their goals through intensive fitness training, state-of-the art dietary strategies and traditional Muay Thai techniques.

"Everyone is different and are treated accordingly. When Bernard first came in, he was very weak in his upper body and his yo-yo diet had not helped matters," said Chong.

"Bernard has difficulty in maintaining his weight as he is quite tall for a jockey. We have altered his diet severely, like we do for our fighters in the lead-up to a competition and worked fairly intensively at his fitness level."

Winston said: "I have managed to get his weight to maintain at around 58 kilos going into the final week, but I will have him at between 56,5kg and 57kg for Saturday (tomorrow). The main difference for him is that he won't have to waste before the big race and he will go into the day feeling much stronger and more confident."

Be sure to catch the Chongs in action when their new reality TV show, Way Of The Warrior, hosted by Colin Moss, premiers on M-Net this year. It's a must-watch reality competition that whips out-of-shape contestants into ultimate fighting warriors through Muay Thai training.

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