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Mr Tohid Muhammad Munir

Mr Tohid Muhammad Munir

Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Distinction)

Exercise Specialist

Clinical Appointments

  • Exercise Specialist Singapore Sport and Exercise Medicine Centre@KKH KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital


Mr Munir completed his studies in Exercise Physiology at the University of New South Wales and has experience working in various settings such as a lifestyle/exercise clinic, cardiac rehabilitation, sports high school, and an aged care.

Thereafter, he spent almost 3 years in the community health space educating and helping a wide range of people in Singapore such as youth, working adults, seniors, and those with chronic medical conditions.

He is currently an Exercise Physiologist with Sport and Exercise Medicine at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and has a particular interest in cardiovascular diseases. He believes that all young people, regardless of their medical or psychosocial barriers, should be given the chance to participate in active play and positive exercise experience for their overall health.

Outside of work, he engages in activities such as running, football, and strength training. He also enjoys writing and translating exercise science knowledge to the masses.


  • Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (The University of New South Wales), 2018

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Accreditation and Member, Exercise and Sports Science Australia, 2018 - Present
  • Member, National Strength and Conditioning Association, 2020 - Present


Research Interests

Publications and Research Trials

  • Post-exercise hypotension time-course is influenced by exercise intensity: a randomised trial comparing moderate-intensity, high-intensity, and sprint exercise. Jones MD, Munir M, Wilkonski A, Ng K, Beynon G, Keech A. J Hum Hypertens. 2021;35(9):776-784. doi:10.1038/s41371-020-00421-3

Research Trials

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