In 2015, Bryan first got into Calisthenics training when he was introduced to it by a friend of his. He grew to love this form of fitness because of the community he was surrounded by and how much stronger he was becoming. That drove him to train competitively and enabled him to mark an achievement in his journey. He came in first place in the Endurance category at the Asia Street Workout Championship 2015. Bryan began coaching at Singapore Calisthenics Academy in 2016. During his years of coaching, he continued to push his abilities by training for advanced movements such as the Human Flag, the Front Lever, and Weighted Muscle Ups. Having watched videos of professional hand balancers posted on social media, Bryan initially did not think too much about it, until the day he decided working towards balancing on his hands.
He realised it was no easy task and required sheer determination and commitment. Eventually, he shifted his focus to hand balancing when his appreciation grew for this elegant yet seemingly simple skill. Having sought professional guidance from hand balancers and teachers, namely Yuval Oz, Miguel Sant’ana, and Daniel Liddiard, Bryan was able to take his hand balancing abilities and knowledge to a whole new level. His passion to teach and diverse experiences have equipped him with the drive and the right knowledge to guide his students on the best path towards progress. To date, Bryan has conducted a number of handstand courses to share his expertise with those who are equally passionate as him. Bryan believes that there isn’t single action that is all right or wrong as long as it has been well-thought-out. For that, in his students’ best interest, he ensures that they are always informed about every reason behind every plan, method, and exercise that he has for them.