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I Am Dee Dee Mahmood

Dee Dee Mahmood, an international multi-award-winning Exercise Physiologist/Celebrity Trainer and Nutritionist is currently the Academic Adjunct Senior Lecturer (International Collaborations) with Edith Cowan University, Australia. Her experience and expertise includes being Consultant & Visiting Lecturer for University of Malaya, Lecturer for the International Sports Academy, United States Sports Academy, American Council on Exercise and the Singapore Sports Council. 

Dee Dee’s international ambassadorships include being the 2017 Goodwill Ambassador - Norwegian Seafood Council, Norway; REEBOK Fitness Ambassador (Singapore & Malaysia from 2012); Blue Cap Movement Ambassador Malaysia for Prostate Cancer; Singapore Heart Foundation Ambassador, among others.  She has even graced the fa├žade of an aeroplane as Jetstar Asia’s Celebrate the Hero Award SG50, and has been honoured with the Gold Award, Singapore Sporting Inspiration Award, Singapore Healthy Lifestyle Ambassador Award and the U.M. Cares Award by University of Malaya, Malaysia.

A Golden Key International Honor Society Scholar, Dee Dee received her bachelor’s degree and postgraduate in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia. Dee Dee’s PhD research on obesity, was selected, because of its impact in Asia, and presented in the President’s Cup Award in the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Chapter Meeting 2016 in Tacoma Washington. 

Dee Dee’s successful researched-based signature programmes include Fat2Fit Asia and Walking Football for Health Asia. 

Recently appointed The Advisor for the Asia Beauty and Wellness Award 2017, this media sweetheart has been featured on numerous media channels  - USA Radio, Radio WPSC88.7FM New Jersey, USA, Channel News Asia, Bernama TV, Straits Times, New Straits Times, Berita Harian/Minggu (Singapore/Malaysia), Harian Metro, Utusan Malaysia, Mediacorp Channel 5 & Suria TV News, RTM TV1, TV3’s Malaysia Hari Ini, TV9 Nasi Lemak Kopi O, Radio 94.2FM, 91.3FM, 89.7FM,  Her World, ELLE, Shape,, among others.

Dee Dee is also a certified HRDF Trainer in Malaysia and certified P.A. Trainer in Singapore working with corporates and governmental organisations for employee health and productivity.

A TEDX Speaker and Keynote Speaker in international conferences and conventions, her work currently involves research collaborations internationally as well as synergy in corporate and community health


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Watch your thoughts. I try to do that all the time..
But not when i m running and i keep watching my thoughts being aware of my feet in my shoes. It robs me of being "in the zone".
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The stability-mobility continuum and its compromise and…