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May 6, 2013
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The Quorum Group of Companies—the guys behind premier retail sporting stores such as RUNNR, urbanAthletics, and your favorite takbuhan for a new basketball, Toby’s Sports—have added a new member to their team: MOVE.

Located at the heart of Bonifacio Global City, a hotbed for after-work runners, MOVE is a fitness lifestyle store that sells treadmills, home gyms, dumb bells, exercise balls, yoga mats; the works, bro. The health hub boasts a comprehensive inventory that would raise the heartbeats of anyone who’s dreamed of having a gym at home.

But it’s more than just a showroom for the buff crowd though.

Looking to create an experience that will help customers achieve a fitter, healthier, and happier self, MOVE’s big goal is to affect and change the way people approach health and fitness. This is accomplished with the store’s so-called “Move Body Project.”


The plan is easy—insofar as helping you find a workout that works for you. All customers of the store can get a free full-body composition analysis using a state-of-the-art machine that up until now has been used exclusively in hospitals.

Once you get a clearer picture of where you stand and where your fitness level is at, MOVE’s in-store fitness consultants will gladly assist customers in helping them identify the starting line for their own personal road to fitness. The store achieves this by helping the customer choose the right equipment from their wide selection of fitness gear to achieve one of these four goals of increasing intensity: Burn, Build, Active or Perform.

Burn is for shaving off excess weight; Build is for toning; Active and Perform are for helping you reach maximum athletic performance. Whether you’re a beginner who’s baffled by gym equipment or a seasoned athlete looking for ways to increase performance, MOVE has something for you.

Going the extra mile, MOVE also ensures that every customer leaves their store knowing how to use each piece of equipment by prescribing basic workouts. For extra motivation, the store encourages customers to come back after 90 days to get tested again, and even receive a prize if they reach their fitness goal.


As of writing, the store carries brands including Startrac, Sole, Danskin, Proteus, JK, Go Fit, Biggest Loser, TRX, Polar, Theraband, CW-X Compression Wear, and more.

MOVE Fitness Lifestyle Store is now open at Two Parkade, 30th Street of Fort Bonifacio Global City. Check out www.movefitness.com.ph for more info.

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