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FitCon MNL returns for second year

FitCon MNL, the premier fitness and health convention in the Philippines, gears up for its second year. Slated for 18-20 May 2018 at Green Sun, Makati, FitCon MNL 2018 will be even bigger and better as it has partnered with 5, the number one sports channel in the Philippines.

Fifteen industry experts from around the globe will be joining the convention to share their trade secrets through a series of interactive workshops and classes. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn about the latest in various topics including nutrition, sports science, the business of personal training, physique transformation, and workout programs for special populations.

For the first time, an expo hall will be opened to the public—perfect not only for fitness and health enthusiasts but also for anyone interested in the latest trends in the industry. Visitors can look forward to finding the best health and fitness gear and equipment, food and nutrition, services, and venues. Also, the expo hall will be the Activity Center, with hourly master classes showcasing the newest exercises and programs, such as bodyART, Bosu, Kamagon, Piloxing, Stott Pilates, Surge, TriggerPoint foam rolling, yoga, and Zumba. Experts in various fields will also be giving talks on best sports practices, more efficient workouts, cooking healthy, and looking good.

Three keynote speakers will be at FitCon MNL|5: Philippine fitness icon Vivian Zapanta; author and diet coach to the stars Nadine Tengco; and Glenn Ang, founder/director of RAW Active Singapore and 2017 AFC Personal Trainer of the Year. Zapanta, Tengco, and Ang will also conduct workshops throughout the three days of FitCon MNL|5.

Other speakers include Dan Duran (PTA Global, USA); Benjamin Siong (Australian Strength Performance); Mark Laws (Mark Laws Performance Coaching, UK); Tony Howett (Power House Fitness Club, Dubai); Garnet Suidy (bodyART, Canada); Rodney Corn (SOMA, USA); Audrey Fourcade (Nike Trainer, NTC Program, Dubai); Prince Paltu-Ob (Zumba, Philippines); Andy Leuterio (Maximus Café, Philippines); and Connie Colson (Piloxing, Asia).

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