Saturday, August 22, 2009

Fold or Call?

It is always easier to let go, but harder to strive on.

P.S: Will you give up or work harder?

Monday, August 17, 2009


I don't understand why would anyone engage in "Furoshiki overtime"

P.S: I am dying little by little, day by day.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

"I believe everyone has the capacity to go one step beyond their percieved limits and often the biggest limits in life are the ones we impose on ourselves."

Chris Moon

Friday, August 7, 2009

Just 1 will do

Yes that's right, Snow always seems to be 1 step ahead of me; full up cupie, full around cupie & 1 arm tick tock. These are what I am going to do in 1 year's time and she had already done it. Wait for me ok?

P.S: A flyer can only do what a base can do.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Lucky number 3

In a flash, its 5th of August again, it is now 3 years. (The first 2 years can be sumed up here: So back then, our 2nd year of journey ended with experimenting with Tick tocks, Pop overs etc. Now 1 more year into it, we finally could do it all; what I considered the 4 basic elements of partner stunting - Full ups, Tick Tocks, Full Arounds, Pop Overs.

It seems the higher we climb, the harder it is to move even higher, but nevertheless we will do it. Some targets that we set for the new year ahead; they still revolve around the 4 basic elements, just variations of it, such as Full up to Cupie, Tick Tock Stretches, Full Around to Cupie, Low Pop Overs. At the same time, we aim to master and link up the 4 basic elements together and do it all in one go. Ok enough of goal setting, it is time to let actions speak louder. Jiayou!

Past... An old video of the first 2 years of journey:

Present... Video of the 4 basic elements of stunting we achieved in the past 1 year:

Future... Video of what we aim to achieve; how we want to link the 4 basic elements together:

P.S: I was right when I said last year that we are going to see many more tick tocks and pop overs in less than 2 years.

Sunday, August 2, 2009


"80% of swimmers like to win
20% hate to lose
and 95% of the Olympic team comes from the hate-to-lose group."

Eddie Reese U.S men's swim coach 2004-2008 Olympics