Philip Tan is an Exercise & Sports performance physiologist. Previously worked with both lab-base and out-field performance testing of national elite athletes in the Performance Physiology Unit of the Singapore Sports Institute for 3 years, Philip specializes in the training concepts and physiology of endurance sports especially long distance running. Having completed many road races ranging from 10km to cross-country ultra-marathons of 64km, he stopped competitive road running and have been spending the past 2 years understanding the science of endurance sports. Some of his major accomplishments include creating a prototype fitness testing for aviation fire-fighters as well as being the high performance manager cum physiologist for the training of Sophia Phang, Singapore’s representative for the 900km trek across the Antarctica in 2009.
Ben Swee's passion for running began shortly after being enlisted in the Army in 1996, leading him to commence a journey which has seen him complete over 30 marathons and ultra-marathons worldwide, including the prestigious Boston Marathon in 2010 & 2011. Fuelled with a desire for knowledge to improve running performance and a personal commitment to promote running across all levels of runners, Ben is a Running Coach certified by the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA). In addition, Ben is a Personal Fitness Trainer, certified by the Federation of International Aerobic and Fitness (FISAF), enabling him to work with clients in the areas of weight management and strength development to achieve their personal health and fitness objectives. Ben is passionate about helping others develop their running fitness and is also working on improving his personal marathon timing of 3hr 2mins.