From 16Mar to 30Jun 2013, the annual Community Games 2013 (CG2013) aim to “Bond Residents, Connect Communities”.
Organised by People’s Association and Community Sports Clubs, a slew of games are waiting for your family and friends to participate. Registration is free.
. To quote from CG2013 :
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The objectives of the CG are:
(a) Develop a strong and inclusive sporting culture with passion and enthusiasm from all walks of life; and
(b) Enhance social cohesion and community bonding, linking people through mass participation and involvement.
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Daddy always believe that Sports is a useful platform to instill discipline, perseverance and determination to mold a child’s character. Together, a family can always enjoy some outdoor activities like cycling, jogging, blading or even swimming.
Family activities will make our family bond stronger, everyone becomes fitter, and we nurture a love for the great outdoors. Unfortunately, Daddy is not quite the sporty type of person. Since he completed his NS cycle, Daddy’s fitness level has fallen. We hope CG2013 will push Daddy to buck up 🙂
Are you already motivated, or curious to find out what is on offer from CG2013?
Do pop by CG2013 page and register for your Games now.
** These games are now open for registration (Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Dragonboat and Football), but do take note that team members must be from different Ages, Races and Estates, as the idea is to connect a diverse community.
SengkangBabies are proud to be one of CG2013’s official bloggers.
Rock climbing is not only about strength, it is about body-coordination. You need to look forward and plan your next grip. Ensure three points on the wall at any one time to avoid losing your balance. Does it sounds like growing up in society and facing our own life challenges?
Kang ascending the peak in style ! Our peak belongs to The Rock School at Bedok CC.
While goggling “Rock climbing”, Daddy came across a new term “free soloing”. Let Alex Honnold show you what is No-Sweat !! No gear, no rope, only mind powder and sheer belief !
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We believe that, in a safe and fun environment as well as with the right guidance,
kids and youths could easily reap the benefits of rock-climbing. This includes bringing up their general fitness level and, more importantly, building up their character as they
overcome challenges conquering a wall several times their height.
What’s more, with our free parent-child climbs, kids and their parents may strengthen both bodies and family at the same time too !
Climbing in a single file, that’s what they do at K2 summit too !
Our coach play “Shark’ with us, and jokes with us, to calm us down. Not many people climb walls before, and kids come with mixed expectations. Eager, excited and nervous.
After a few warm-up rounds, they now feel confident. Even the new obstacles (like hoola hoops) cannot deter kids’ enthusiasm.
Warning, jumping is not endorsed by Rock School, Daddy has to remind Kang not to jump too frequently !
Different colour codings to indicate the level of difficulty.
If you are confident, buckle up your harness. We are going for the real deal !
No uTurn. Kids face up to a 7m tall wall, conquer your fears keke.
One more round of safety briefing, when it comes to safety, Rock School takes nothing for granted.
And off they go. Climbing can be physically strenuous, but do not forget to have fun ! Yes, even when you fall and dangles in mid-air, remember to smile for Daddy’s camera :p
Actually, Daddy does not mind cliff-hanging with the kids. Kids will complain tired, “can I come down now?”, but when they reach the peak, their smiles say it all !
I DID IT !!
Did you know the most difficult task is coming down? Kids need to let go of their HANDS and let the coach glide/walk them down the cliff. Not easy 🙂
Anyway, Kids get a stamp for each conquered peak. They challenge each other to reach the top.
Punishing Fun Rock climbing is now available at Bedok CC.
Looking at the Tall Rock wall, parents would find it challenging too !
Kudos to kids for forging a path ahead, and conquering their own fear.