Fitmix boot camp features popular YouTubers

Singer-songwriter Talitha Tan.

MIRI: The Fitmix boot camp at Curtin Malaysia today (May 20) will be featuring popular Malaysian YouTubers Joanna Soh and Talitha Tan.

The fitness event, the first of its kind to be held in Miri, is being organised by the Humanitarian Affairs Curtin Malaysia Student Chapter (HACM), a student-run non-profit organisation at the university focused on championing human rights issues while empowering youth to take more active roles in humanitarian and community service.

Fitmix is a one-day fitness boot camp aimed at getting people to ‘get up and work out’ and at the same time raise awareness on Article 25 of the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights in relation to health services and human health, as well as women and their increasingly active roles in modern society.

Joanna Soh

Soh and Tan will host the event, which will be held from 6am to 3pm at the university’s football field, as instructor and emcee respectively.

Soh is a prominent health and fitness coach and YouTuber. She is Asia’s top Fitness YouTube personality and winner of the Influence Asia 2017 Top Health and Fitness Influencer Award, having created over 200 videos covering workouts to recipes and fitness tips watched by viewers across the world.

Talitha Tan is a talented singer-songwriter and musician with a loyal following on YouTube and an impressive list of gigs under her belt, in addition to being an athlete.

Inspired by musicians who found their fame online like Tyler Ward and Kina Grannis, Tan started posting covers on her YouTube channel six years ago and has since made her mark as part of a new generation of local YouTube musicians who are changing the Malaysian music scene.

Participants of Fitmix will engage in fitness activities such as cardio and Zumba sessions as well as a variety of rigorous fitness drills.

For more information on HACM, email [email protected] or visit its Facebook page – Humanitarian Affairs Curtin Malaysia Student Chapter.

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