About us, our athletes, and our partners
Again Faster – An Honest Company Providing Honestly Good Equipment
Since 2006, Again Faster has been providing fitness equipment to professional and home athletes in the fields of strength and conditioning.
Through this time, we have built an expertise in crafting fitness equipment that works well and lasts you through your fitness journey.
From home gyms to boutique gyms to commercial gyms and boxes, we have always taken pride in providing equipment that is researched, tested and made with premium and health-friendly materials at an affordable price.
We are a Singaporean Company
As a company, Again Faster believes in supporting local and grassroot causes wherever possible. In the short time that we have been here, Again Faster Singapore have already been to and supported numerous events, charity functions and athletes. We hope to meet you at an event soon!
A Local Business
We are based in Singapore with Chris and Jeanne on the ground since Again Faster launched locally in March 2017. We are more than happy to have a chat with you if you have any questions so hit us up!
Inspiring the Fitness Community
When you work with us, you’re working with a Singaporean company that genuinely wants to get everyone active and healthier. We believe that there are many ways to be active and if you’re not sure how to start, do reach out! We will be delighted to help you on your journey.
Saiyidah Aisyah Mohamed Rafa'ee
In 2013, Aisyah placed her career aside and pursued her rowing goals on her own expenses. She later went on to clinch Singapore’s first individual Gold medal in Rowing at the 23rd SEA Games in Myanmar. Although facing months of injuries and downfalls thereafter, she managed to pick herself back up and reached her ultimate goal of qualifying for the Rio Olympics. Aisyah made history again by being Singapore’s first rower to qualify for the Games.
Uracha Teerawanitsan (Jarr)
Affectionately known as Jarr, she is a firecracker in the sport of CrossFit. Fittest woman in Thailand in 2015, 2016 and 2017, and a multi-year CrossFit Asia Regional athlete, and probably the fittest woman in Southeast Asia as well.