Literally! That's what I have been doing for the past couple of weeks. You see I just transferred my office to a more convenient and better place and it's customary that whenever I do that, I also transfer to a new house. I know, I'm weird. But I want you to know that I'm all settled now. Well, sort of.

One thing that I didn't passed on is the opportunity to take part in the whole moving process. It felt great to sweat it all out with all the carrying and placing and arranging and, you get the idea. I'm not the type who devotes time to exercise but I found out that for every movement I do with my body, not necessarily exercise activities, it contributes to my well-being fitness-wise. That's what I learned at the MOVE store launch.

Conceptualized by the same team responsible for the award-winning RUNNR specialty store chain, MOVE aims to change the way people approach health and fitness. Inspired by the quote from Aristotle, "Life is Movement," Quorum President Toby Claudio found himself with a burning desire to change lives by simply getting people to move to stay fit. To do that, MOVE fitness lifestyle store offers its customers a goal-based approach called the "MOVE BODY PROJECT" to their store experience.
The Move Body Project starts off with a free full-body composition analysis using a state-of-the-art machine previously available only in hospitals.
Then MOVE's fitness consultants assist customers in identifying their state of health and help them mark the starting point of their journey to better fitness. That's what we are doing in the following photos.
We all three won something based on our body composition analysis by the way.
Noelle for overall fitness
Sarah for having less (or none at all?) fats
And I, for having more muscles (ahem) than fats
Following the analysis, MOVE then aids the customer in choosing the appropriate equipment from their wide selection of fitness gear to achieve one of our goals — Burn, Build, Active or Perform.
Moreover, MOVE ensures that every customer leaves their store knowing how to properly use each piece of equipment by prescribing basic workouts. To show how serious it is in helping its customers get fit, MOVE provides motivation by encouraging customers to come back after 90 days to get tested again and rewarding them with prizes if they achieve their goal.

Currently, MOVE carries equipment, accessories and apparel from some of the world's leading fitness brands such as Startrac, Sole, Danskin, Proteus, JK, Go Fit, Biggest Loser, TRX, Polar, Theraband, CW-X Compression Wear, and so much more.
For more information, contact (02) 403 1787 or visit MOVE Fitness Lifestyle Store at Two Parkade 30th Street of Fort Bonifacio Global City or log on www.movefitness.com.ph.
Like MOVE on Facebook; follow @movefitnessph on Twitter and Instagram
The Quorum Group of Companies (QGC) has been at the forefront of the Philippine sports industry since it began in 1978. SInce then the groups have grown its interests into specialty retail and distribution covering all areas of the Philippine archipelago.

Its retail arm operates a total of 42 stores under 4 specialty formats namely: Toby's Sports, a sporting goods store; RUNNR, a running specialty store; Urban Athletics (UA), a cutting edge streetwear and sports lifestyle store; and MOVE, the first lifestyle fitness store in the Philippines.


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