Studying human movement, for improving human performance
Nur Ikhwan Mohamad, PhD, is a strength & conditioning educator, and a practitioner himself, wearing many hats for various roles along the line of his career. But no matter what, teaching is his forte, the core of all things he does. Overall, he has about 20 years of working experience in sports science and currently a Professor in Sports Science (Strength & Conditioning) at Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI), Malaysia.
Online learning modules.
Knowledge serves as a strong foundation for lifelong strength and conditioning practices. Keep it safe, keep it evident based. These foundational online learning modules suitable to be taken by anyone with interest. The online learning modules alone may not certify or qualify you as a trainer, but it is the foundational knowledge for strength training and physical conditioning. It may serves as refresher course for some, and may be part of lifelong learning for others.
Fitness is a habit that forms a lifestyle for life. Fitness is more than just a temporary endeavor; it is a habit that, when cultivated consistently, becomes an integral part of a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle for life. When fitness becomes a lifestyle, it goes beyond occasional workouts and diets; it becomes a fundamental aspect of daily living, promoting physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Kickstart and cultivate a fitness routine habit by participating in the Endurolift online challenge.
Endurolift fitness challenge.
Special Interest Group in Physical Conditioning (SIGCONDITIONING).
The Special Interest Group in Strength & Conditioning or SIG Conditioning has been established since 2010. The SIG is for those who share common interests, expertise, or goals that relate to strength training and physical conditioning areas of study. The group provides a platform for collaboration, networking, knowledge sharing, and professional development. The SIG later on became the foundation for the establishment of Malaysia Strength and Conditioning Association (MSCA) and also the Kinesiology Centre of Excellence (KINESCOE) at the Faculty of Sports Science & Coaching, UPSI.