FWD Warriors balance the sand dumbbells
in the MetaFit (Metabolic Fitness) station
The Festival is spearheaded by FWD Life Insurance Corporation (FWD) as part of its effort to promote a healthy and fit lifestyle among Filipinos. It is open to the public and wellness enthusiasts with varying fitness profiles whether you are novice, intermediate, or advanced.
FWD Warrior do the lunge in the Zumba station
Coach Toni Saret (on stage) led FWD Warriors
in the warm up session
Coaches Jim and Toni Saret also serve as healthy lifestyle ambassadors of the Philippine Heart Association (PHA), the official advocacy partner of Live To Move. FWD Life supports PHA’s 52100 advocacy, a simple guide to remind people of the essentials of good health, with each number representing a daily target: five (5) servings of fruits and vegetables, two (2) hours of moderate activity, one (1) hour of screen time, zero (0) sugary drinks, and zero (0) cigarettes.
Registrants are automatically qualified to join the hourly raffle draws where prizes include a MacBook Air, GoPro Hero 4, or Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime and Gear Fit. There will also be entertainment from a number of surprise performers who have various passions in life. Attendees can also buy from FWD’s lifestyle brand partners that will set up booths around the venue.
The Festival is the highly-anticipated culminating activity of FWD’s Live To Move health and wellness movement–premised on the idea that achieving good health is key in living life to the fullest. FWD Life recently brought Live To Move to three Metro Manila cities where the public experienced the FWD Motion.
The campaign started with the FWD Motion online video challenge wherein participants post their workout videos featuring variations to the four primary steps. Entries can still be uploaded on www.livetomove.ph until October 23, 2015.
To join the Festival, simply go to the venue and register for free. For more information about Live To Move health and wellness movement, visit FWD Life Philippines on Facebook or www.livetomove.ph.