Teong Tzen Wei

"It is better late than never."

Teong Tzen Wei, winner for the 50m Freestyle in the 2017 Southeast Asia (SEA) Games and 6th at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta. He is the current National Record Holder for the short course meters 50 free. Teong specializes in butterfly and freestyle sprint events. He currently swims with the National Training center in Singapore under head coach Gary Tan.

TOP ACHIEVEMENTS

Gold medalist at the 2017 South East Asia Games in the 50m Freestyle

Placed top 6 in the 2018 Asian Games

National Record Holder for Short course 50m freestyle

Teong Tzen Wei's plan

World Class Master Swimmer

Teong will get up at 5 am, trains for 10-15 hours per week, does dry-land and will lift weights 2 times per week.

2x NutriBoost (monthly) for filling in any nutritional gaps in his diet, promoting recovery and rebuilding muscle.

1x PowerBoost (monthly) for building lean muscle and increasing power output.

2x EnduroBoost Adaptogens (monthly) for mental focus and alertness, and combatting stress.

BIO: TEONG TZEN WEI

Teong Tzen Wei, winner for the 50m Freestyle in the 2017 SEA Games and 6th at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta. He underperformed for his Asian Games debut and after, looked for ways to improve and get faster. He then found P2Life to take care of all his nutritional needs. He personally enjoys the NutriBoost as it tastes like chocolate milk and has all the nutrients he needs to recover from training.


Watch Teong beat Joseph Schooling