Postponement NBFA Singapore International 2020

Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness Association
Singapore International Championship

Following the developments of COVID-19, we have decided to postponed the championship until further notice.

We are working together with Republic Polytechnic and following close advise from the Ministry of Health and Sport SG, will continue to monitor the situation.

For more information and updates from Ministry of Health please following this link:

Remarks by Minister Lawrence Wong, Co-chair of the Multi-Ministry Taskforce on COVID-19, at Press Conference on COVID-19 at National Press Centre on 20 March 2020

NBFA (Singapore) International Championships 2019 – Result/Score Sheets

NBFA (Singapore) International Championships 2019 – Result/Score Sheets

Announcement for Revocation of award to Bodybuilding Category of Natural Bodybuilding and Physiques Competition Held on 4 August 2018

It is with regret that we have hereby to notify of there having been an adverse finding by the Anti-Doping Authorities to the sample tested from the champion of the Bodybuilding category in the competition event held on the 4 August 2018.

The LADI-Indoesia Anti-Doping Institition, Anti-Doping Discipline Board, which is obliged to hold a RESULT MANAGEMENT for violations of the Anti-Doping Rules as delegated by the Singapore Anti-Doping Institute (ADS) on September 14, 2018, has taken several actions as follows:

1. Juridical review of the anti-doping violations by the Anti-Doping Discipline Board;

2. Adverse findings in the sample A of the athlete as mentioned above;

3. Substances found are included in the list of 2018 prohibited substances issued by the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) which are prohibited inside or outside competition;

4. The presence of the found substance in the athlete’s sample is a violation of the Anti-Doping regulation in WADA Code Article 21.1 which reads as follows:

”Presence of a Prohibited Substance or its Metabolites or Markers in an Athlete’s Sample.”

5. LADI’s attempt to contact the athlete is fruitless, so the e-mail and official letter from the Board has received no answer at all.

6. Therefore the Board determines that the athlete has committed an anti-doping rule violation as regulated in WADA Code Article 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 and with the following sanctions:

a. Disqualification of all personal results in the NBFA Singapore championship event with all the consequences.

b. Prohibition of participation in sports activities for 4 (four) years.

7. Issued a notification letter of violation of the Doping Rules by athletes in accordance with the provisions in WADA CODE via email dated 11 February 2019;

8. Athlete was given a chance to appeal to the National Anti-Doping Appeals Board under the Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Indonesia no later than 21 (twenty-one) days after the decision is received.

9. The Decree of the Anti Doping Discipline Board shall come into force as from the date of stipulation.

Set in Jakarta on: February 28, 2019

10. Given the stipulated time limit, Mr. Dhani Wiguna did not give an answer and therefore the LADI Anti-Doping Disciplinary Board issues a decree concerning a case of violation of the Anti-Doping Rules by Mr. Dhani Wiguna.

11. Decision of the Anti-Doping Discipline Board was submitted to:

1. Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Indonesia in Jakarta; 

2. SEA Regional Anti Doping Association in Singapore;

3. Singapore Anti-Doping (ADS);

4. Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness Association (NBFA) Singapore;

5. Anti-Doping Institution (LADI);

6. concerned.

The Association receives the results management notification from ADS dated 3rd April 2019 at 09:58 hours

Accordingly, in accordance with Article 10.12 of the World Anti-Doping Code 2015 (as amended 2018), the results as declared on 4 August 2018, as champion of the said category, along with the medals, trophies, points and prizes conferred are hereby revoked.

The Association hereby declares and award the Champion of the Bodybuilding Category of the competition held and adjudged on 4 August 2018, to the 1st Runner up – Mr. Fidauz Abdul Gahni and confer all accompanying medal, trophies and prizes to him. All placing and subsequent positions of athletes are accordingly moved upwards by one position as follows:

  • Fidauz Abdul Gahni – Men Bodybuilding Overall Champion
  • Aldrin Harvey Mercado – Men Bodybuilding Over 80kg – 1st Place
  • Chin-Chang,Chiou – Men Bodybuilding Over 80kg – 2nd Place
  • Lim Ken Yee – Men Bodybuilding Over 80kg – 3rd Place
  • Zhao Heng – Men Bodybuilding Over 80kg – 4th Place
  • Sng Wee Yang – Men Physique – 4th Place

Related News Article (in Bahasa Indonesia):

Binaragawan Dhani Wiguna Terbukti Doping, LADI Jatuhkan Hukuman 4 Tahun Skrosing – Tribunnews



When you’re starting any new fitness program, it can be hard to stay motivated.

We’ve all been there – it’s the New Year, you have an event looming in the future, like a reunion or wedding, or you just want to get in shape and feel better about your body. You start off eager and motivated – this is the time you’re really going to do it, and you’ll stick to your program, eat right, work out every day, and be healthy.

And then you remember that this workout stuff is hard. It takes time, dedication, and commitment, and it can be disappointing not to see the results you want right away. Once you realise that this is a long term commitment, and it’s going to take a lot of time and effort, it’s perfectly normal for your motivation to wane significantly, and you’re less likely to continue with that gung-ho, early week effort, which slows the appearance of results even further, making it harder still to stay motivated. That’s perfectly normal – it’s just human nature. However, whether your fitness goals are to increase muscle mass through bodybuilding, to lose weight and tone through regular workouts, or just to get healthy, here are some tips to help you stay motivated on your fitness journey.


If your focus is bodybuilding, vary your routine – not just alternating leg and shoulder days, but find a variety of exercises to work each muscle group so you don’t get stuck in a rut. If you enjoy cardio, find activities you enjoy that build strength and endurance – it doesn’t always have to be at a gym. Things like roller skating or trampolining are a great total body workout and seem more like play than working out.


If you slip up and cheat on your diet, miss a few days working out, or just aren’t seeing the results that you want, give yourself a break. If you have an “all is lost” mentality, you’ll never reach your goals, but if you allow yourself some wiggle room, kindness, and understanding, you’ll be able to stick to your plan for a longer period of time, rather than giving up because you didn’t adhere to your diet and exercise regime perfectly. It’s all about finding balance, which will then allow you to shift into a healthier lifestyle in the long-run, and thus achieve the results that you want.



Have you been having break outs lately? Wondering about the cause of your bad skin? Never fear!  We’re here to look at some of the best and worst foods for your skin. Whether you fighting that everyday battle with black heads or trying to oust that oily build up, we’ve got the list to help with your journey to fresh, younger looking skin.


Great Food for Skin Health

Pomegranates are great for the skin because they’re rich in Vitamin C. Vitamin C is a major component in your body’s production of collagen. Having a diet rich in vitamin C will promote skin health as well as leave your face with a natural healthy firmness. As an added bonus, pomegranate seeds can be crushed and are a wonderful exfoliate for your skin.

Soy has proven itself to be one of the best foods for skin and beauty. Soy is rich with Omega 3’s and high in protein. Soy is the most used component in beauty products when promising fresh, healthy looking skin. Soy, like walnuts, is found in many hair and body products. This is because soy is a natural body cleanser. It has the ability remove toxins from the body as well as create healthy, younger looking skin! Friendly tip; watch out for processed soy as it carries far fewer benefits than regular soy.

Walnuts are a great source of vitamins and help promote skin health in two ways! Walnuts oil is highly sought after in the beauty industry because of its applications to hair and body moisturisers. This little nut has been proven to soften skin as well as bring out a healthy glow. Eating walnuts on a regular basis provides a regular source of potassium and omegas to help with healthy, vibrant hair.

Terrible Food for Skin Health

BBQ.  Could this be the cause of your break out over the long Weekend?  Scientists have found that foods, raised to a certain temperature, could be creating something called “advanced glycation end products.” Foods like potato chips, fried chicken and French fries could be leading to oxidative stress and inflammation. Scientists have linked these causes with older, ruddier looking skin.

Milk doesn’t seem that bad of a food but could be ruining your skin. Artificial hormones as well as other nutrients found in milk could be driving up your skin’s oil production. Scientists have found a link between certain chemicals found in milk and the skin’s natural production of oil. If you have oily skin, milk might be the answer to why you’re having so many break outs.

And Finally, we all enjoy them but what impact are our sugary drinks having on our skin? The answer is a lot! When you ingest high amounts of sugar your body breaks it down to glucose. This automatically raises the amount of insulin in your body and can cause inflammation. Do you often have red, swollen or blotchy areas of skin? This could be caused by an excess of sugar in your diet! Sugar has been deemed the worst possible thing for your skin. Stay away from it!