#FITSPIRATION2019: 9 Fit Guys and Gals You Should Be Following on IG

  • January 9, 2019

It’s that time of year where we are all struggling to drag ourselves back to the gym to shed all that holiday weight gained. For a little motivation, we thought we’d get in touch with nine very fit guys and gals who push their limits in fitness and asked them the same question: What do you do to stay fit? We call them the #FITSPIRATION Class of 2019. Their IG’s are full of photos that will inspire you to achieve the best version of yourself. They are MUST-FOLLOW young people for those looking for their daily dose of #FITNESSGOALS.

Inigo Dulay
Inigo Dulay

Inigo Dulay, 28
@inigodulay  

“I’m a CrossFit Athlete and I usually train 3-4 hours a day, 5-6 days a week. CrossFit is a sport that has Olympic weightlifting, Powerlifting, Gymnastics and Endurance Training.”

Jam Muñasque
Jam Muñasque

Jam Muñasque, 28
@jamunasque  

“I switch up my workouts! Since I’m an indoor cycling instructor, I already get a lot of cardio, so I complement it with yoga, gym, or circuit training. It’s important to always keep my body challenged by not sticking to the same thing. Lately, I’ve stepped up on weight training, which has helped me become stronger in the bike room too! Find ways to excite yourself about working out—especially if it means trying new things.” 

Jose Pio Luz
Jose Pio Luz

Jose Pio Luz, 26
@_c3pio

“I can’t go two days straight without breaking a sweat so I make sure to hit the gym, go boxing or run at least 5 kilometers to stay fit. I also watch what I eat as well no matter where I am.” 

Kat Reambillo
Kat Reambillo

Kat Reambillo, 34
@katreambillo
 

“It’s a combination of regular exercise and proper nutrition. I try to vary exercise by doing CrossFit three times a week, and then at least a weekly session of running and Muay Thai, with an occasional Nike Training Club (NTC), yoga, or Pilates class every now and then. I sincerely enjoy working out and it’s not something I just force myself to do. My primary goal is to be healthy and strong, and that’s enough motivation for me. As for nutrition, I don’t really have a diet and I eat everything! Unless of course I have specific goals or I’m competing for something. I eat moderately though and don’t binge. I stick to “real food” and stay away from highly-processed food.”

Kristina Sy
Kristina Sy

Kristina Sy, 34
@kristinagsy  

“I teach indoor cycling classes at Electric Studio (@teamelectricph) three times a week, and red cord suspension training class at B+B Pilates (@bbstudiomanila) once a week. I don’t deprive myself of any type of food or subscribe to a diet (I can’t live that way! Plus, I need to eat to have enough energy to workout). I believe in a sustainable formula that I can do for the rest of my life, which is eating everything in moderation and getting my regular dose of cardio and strength training. Also, when I need an extra push, having a workout buddy encourages me to not just stay the course but to keep elevating my fitness goals!”

Kyla Cho
Kyla Cho

Kyla Cho, 26
@killitkyla  

“For me, fitness is not about seeing quick results. It is a life-long journey to make better choices every day to achieve the best version of myself. I try to find balance between fun and fit by changing my routine frequently to keep myself motivated.”

Marco Yulo
Marco Yulo

Marco Yulo, 28
@themarcoyulo

“I keep an active lifestyle: I make it a point to train at least five times a week. It’s a necessary part of my life and something I’ll do for as long as I live!”

Marga Banaga
Marga Banaga

Marga Banaga, 26
@margabanaga  

“The first thing I had to do to change my way of life was to change my mindset so that I would stay disciplined to eat healthy and workout consistently, and because of that I lost 55 pounds in a year! What worked for me this time was finding food I enjoyed eating and a workout that I would look forward to doing every day. Because if we did something we didn’t enjoy we probably would give up by the first week, right?”

Vince Velasco
Vince Velasco

Vince Velasco, 27
@vincevelasco23  

“My hosting jobs, sports segments, and travel work keep me active and fit. I frequently do boxing, Muay Thai, basketball, CrossFit, and I try not to eat junk food.”

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