Here’s a recap on MBody’s sports, fitness, and wellness stories of the previous week, from March 30 to April 04, 2019, in celebration of the Filipino physique, strength, and spirit.
ONE: Kingad emerges as lone Pinoy victor; Folayang and Belingon lose championship titles
In the ONE: A New Era—ONE Championship’s inaugural show in Japan—three Filipino warriors rose to the challenge in the land of the rising sun. Danny Kingad, however, was the lone triumphant, as world champions Kevin Belingon and Eduard Folayang fell short in defending their titles.
Former UP Pep Squad captain Cam Lagmay capitalizes on weighted full body workouts for summer
The Utak and Puso routine of UP Pep Squad in the 2015 UAAP Cheerdance Competition is arguably unrivalled. Here on MBody’s #FitnessFastTalk, we get to know more about then captain Cam Lagmay.
Ateneo’s Tony Koyfman on chilling to Honne, vacationing in the Calaguas, and playing local volleyball after UAAP
Standing at 6-foot-8, Ateneo’s Tony Koyfman demands attention. But the towering spiker is more than just his insurmountable stature. While he’s not wreaking havoc in the UAAP taraflex, let’s get to know more about this Psychology undergraduate of the Blue Eagles here on MBody’s #BeyondTheCourt.
Celebrity Bodies: Jake Cuenca on staying strong all day, every day
“I’ve gotten into the habit of winning the day,” actor Jake Cuenca writes in an Instagram post. With his champion-like mindset, this celebrity #BodyGoals casually reminds us that keeping fit knows no season.
Through CPR, these Filipino Nursing graduates saved the life of a tourist
Drowning is among the leading causes of unintentional death worldwide. Last month in Boracay, a foreign tourist would have been a victim if not for this Filipino couple who saved his life through cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR.