Ladies-Only Fitness Program at ADTC, UK

Hailing from UK, Safiyyah Henderson, a 26 year old young mother in fitness started Athlelea’s Daugther’s Traning Club (ADTC), specially for women. Her goal is to empower and enriching women to optimal health. Prior to that, she won a regional award for her fitness classes.

Saffiyah understands the needs for women to enjoy fitness in privacy and in an-all-women environment.

A visionary young and fit Captain

So, in 2015 she founded ADTC where she offers club training, personal and online personal training, food plan and club training.  ADTC offers different types of cool club training programs: Superwoman Sculpted, Obstacle Circuit, Bootcamp and Core Crusher that cover different aspects in fitness.  Those who prefer personal touches can go for personal training. The price ranges from £40  to £50 per session or up to  £1,055 per plan.

Here’s for WonderWoman and SuperWoman. Suitable for a wannabe like me.

Managing healthy food intake is something many overlook. Sustaining fitness is beyond exercising and looking good. I have met a few ladies who think they need to eat more when they start to run or work out. To avoid such mistake, it is good to seek an expert advise.   ADTC offers food plan that includes e-book, meal ideas and recipes, food diary analysis, unlimited e-mail supports and tips to keep you balance and wholesome.

Follow their instagram account atheleasdaughters for healthy recipes @

So sisters, let’s get fitness plans rolling no matter where you are.
You can try out the online personal training plan if you don’t reside in the UK.   If you are local and want to look and feel better, join her 40 min session scheduled in Derby, UK next Monday 28th August 2017, 9:30am or contact Safiyyah at for online training.

The Weekend Runner: Original Bootcamp trial class

When I am not running I enjoy going to trial classes. They are a great chance to cross-train, plus it gives me a chance to try a lot of different things that are currently trending or new in the health and fitness scene. So upon receiving a promotional email, I did not hesitate to register for a free trial class conducted by Original Bootcamp last Saturday under team PJ Bravo at Padang Astaka, PJ.

We started off by warming up with some basic exercises, such push up, burpees, etc. Then the real work out begins with circuit training. We were divided into 4 teams and placed at the 4 corners of the mini-field, so there are 4 stations consisting of different set of exercises.

After a quick water break we were divided again into 2 groups, where there real fun begins: We had to complete a set of work out, crawl under obstacles, burpee in between the obstacles, and flip a tire with the help of at least 2 team mates. It was a race to see which team can flip the tire to the finishing line first, while the losing team was ‘rewarded’ with an additional 6 burpees.


The tire we had to flip. I was intimidated by its size and I don’t think I would be able to do it without the help of another team mate. Image source: google.


After class, I spoke to a recruit who has been in the program ever since they started in Malaysia. The reason why she loved this program so much was because for the past 5 years they rarely or almost never repeat the same class, so you don’t feel like you are stuck in a routine.



Fun, crazy bunch of people. Suitable for most fitness level and age group.

For more info check out their website:

Difficulty: Moderate to Challenging

Fun factor: Sociable, engaging, outdoor setting

Recommendation: Highly recommended, if you are staying/working in PJ.

Until next week,

The Weekend Runner,


P/S: By the way, since most races start at 5.30a.m., is there anybody else who is already accustomed to waking up at 3a.m.? Or have I lost the ability to sleep in; I might be lying down in my bed but my mind is out on the road or in the park. After tossing and turning, I gave up trying to go back to sleep, had breakfast, got dressed, and went out for a short sunrise run.



And I am glad that I did