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Achieve your fitness goals with the 4-minute FWD Motion

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In fitness, consistency is key. But how can you be consistent if you’re hustling through your job and scrambling to meet your deadlines everyday?  Each workout usually requires only an hour to finish.  But, truth be told, most would rather sleep or go home earlier to their families than spare an hour for a nice workout. 

Push up demo with Coach Jim Saret

Just recently, FWD Life Insurance introduced the health and wellness movement called Live to Move. This advocacy encourages every Filipino to take their first step to a healthier lifestyle because FWD Life believes that attaining better health is key in living life to the fullest.

High knees on agility ladder

The campaign is centered on the FWD motion developed by topnotch fitness gurus, Jim and Toni Saret. It is a specially designed 4-minute metabolic fitness (MetaFit) workout that can equal an hour’s worth of exercise. Its four key steps – jump, squat, push up and lunge – are so simple. Whether you are a fitness newbie or a gym rat, you can easily integrate this routine into your daily activities anytime, anywhere. As tried and tested by the Saret couple, this 4-minute MetaFit workout can make you burn as much as 600 calories. Six hundred calories in four minutes! With FWD Motion’s effectiveness, it can definitely lessen your need to visit the gym or attend workout classes. 

Weightlifting demo with Coach Jim Saret

Celebrity coaches Jim and Toni Saret are also healthy lifestyle ambassadors of the Philippine Heart Association (PHA), the official advocacy partner of Live to Move. FWD Life supports PHA to promote its 52100 advocacy, a simple guide to remind people of the essentials of good health: five (5) servings of fruits and vegetables, two (2) hours maximum of recreational screen time, one (1) hour of moderate activity, zero (0) sugared drinks, and zero (0) smoking/secondhand smoke.  

Demo on resistance training

To further FWD Life’s efforts to promote its advocacy, they started the campaign with the FWD Motion online video challenge that allows the participants to post their 15-second workout videos showcasing their passion and incorporating it into FWD Motion’s four primary steps. It doesn’t matter if it’s a rock star lunge or a cheerleader jump; just own the FWD Motion and enjoy it!

Toni Saret, the author, Jim Saret, Antonio Dimaguila

This campaign continues to bring the healthy lifestyle to the Filipinos with the Live to Move Tour around the Metro. Each event includes various activities such as Move to the Beat (Hip Hop), Move to the Groove (Zumba), Move to Fight (boxing and cardio), and Move to the FWD Motion (MetaFit). If you haven’t gone to one of the pocket events, it’s not too late as you can still join the Live to Move Grand Festival at SM Mall of Asia Central Plaza on October 24.

Move to the Beat: HipHop stop

All campaign participants are entitled to raffle entries that give them the chance to win exciting gadgets during the entire campaign duration. For more information about the Live to Move campaign, visit FWD Life Philippines on Facebook or check to upload your FWD Motion videos until October 23.


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