Blog | Innervate Fitness | CrossFit Singapore

July 3, 2017

This is a comprehensive step by step guide on how to do SMR, if you wish to know MORE about, trigger points and self myofascial release (SMR) please refer to our article, WHAT IS SMR.

Equipment you will need?

You will need a roller and a lacrosse ball.

The roller is a good tool to cover more surface area as you roll. This means that it is more like a sports massage and does not penetrate as many layers of tissue. The lacrosse ball is smaller and harder. This is going to get results similar to a deep tissue massage. 

General Guidelines

  • You want to start...

July 3, 2017

Foam rolling is often used interchangeably to my self myofascial relate (SMR) but it is in fact a form of self-myofascial release. SMR is where pressure is applied to certain body parts to relieve muscle tension and release trigger points. It is a great tool for injury prevention and aides in increasing range of motion.

SMR works by returning your muscles and soft tissue to their native form. Exercise, injury, and the rigours of life can cause knots that restrict mobility and performance. By smashing those ‘knots’ and allowing soft tissue to operate co...

April 20, 2017

CrossFit is for everyone and anyone. That motto has been the long-standing tradition of CrossFit through the years. Innervate CrossFit embodies this tradition as a community by having programs for kids and teens, adults and even senior citizens. Being a family-friendly fitness facility, we aim to remove all stereotypes of fitness and encourage everyone to embark on their fitness with us.


As a community, Innervate CrossFit has taken that to the next level by introducing the Adaptive CrossFit Program to Singapore. Being the first of its kind here in Sin...

February 2, 2017

As of 19th January 2017, Innervate CrossFit (CF INNERVATE PTE LTD), is officially recognised as a Social Enterprise by RAISE (https://www.raise.sg/), Singapore! We have grown over the years thanks to the support from the #InnervateFamily. But what makes us different isn’t that we have the largest or the strongest box, but we’d like to think we have the biggest heart. Now, you might ask, how on Earth can a CrossFit Facility become a Social Enterprise? Well, it’s simple, we do our work, we teach CrossFit, we empower people but all whilst doing Social Go...

January 25, 2017

There’s no better way to kickstart the season for testing your fitness than to do it with the people you’re most comfortable with. That’s what the Innervate Throwdown is all about. Running this for the second time, this is set to be an event where individuals across all age groups come and spar with one another, solely for the fun of it. There will be various categories, ranging from the teens, adults to Silvers. There's something for all

Everyone whom has had experience in the #InnervateFamily is welcome to have some fun with us.

Mark the date down. Fe...

November 21, 2016

Operation Broken Wing has been an event where various fitness enthusiasts across different gyms and different disciplines come together to do a workout to raise funds for the Forgotten Youth. Our theme this year was spreading wings, to spread this cause to the wider community. We have made OBW2016 an inclusive one and the message that we have preached is that everyone and anyone can use their fitness to make a difference with athletes from all ages and all walks of life coming together to help the forgotten youth. We have moved away from simply making...

September 29, 2016

Young people are, quite literally, the future. Using the UN's definition of Youths as individuals aged 10-18, these people are in the prime stages of emotional, mental and physical growth, this is a critical time when they are shaping their personalities, likes, dislikes, interests and friendships. This stage of life is over in the blink of an eye and with the busy lives we lead as adults this important time is often overlooked. 

But what if Youths in Singapore have potential? What if one day they could be the next Prime minister, Movie star or Nationa...

September 29, 2016

Our youths are constantly fighting to be seen, to be heard, to be recognised. And as #OBWFightsForHope draws nearer, we want to remember WHY we do what we do. Here's a glimpse into the lives of 2 youths we have been helping through the years of Operation Broken Wing. Watch to find out more!

To be a sponsor and to support the athletes and youths. Head over to this website to be a sponsor today! http://www.operationbrokenwing.com/sponsors

September 29, 2016

I was having a conversation with my wife and asked her, “ If I started up a women's defense course would you attend?” Her response both surprised me and after thinking about it was what inspired me to write this post.

She said, “If I truly wanted to learn how to defend myself why would I want to learn and train only in a women's only class. If I’m training in a comfortable situation and need to feel ‘safe’ in order to do so then I’ve missed the point of training and I would question its efficacy.”

I have been considering coining a “Women’s Self Defence...

July 27, 2016

Neglected. Misunderstood. Disregarded. These are the common issues that the forgotten youths usually face. “Who are these people?” You may ask. As the name suggests, they are youths who are usually ignored and brushed off by others, youths who “act out” as a way of coping because of the circumstances that they are placed in, youths who are termed as delinquent youths or youths-at-risk.

These youths carry different identities and labels, of which are placed upon by society’s expectations and norms of this world. Negative identities and labels that event...