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I've probably taken countless shots of from almost the same spot, and what amazes me are the subtle additions that instantly injects new life to the gym. Saying hello to Barbells and plates (shoutout to Coach @yeyeymanalo), then to bumper plates, the change of suspension trainers, R.I.P to the Rip trainer, evolution of kettlebells and classes, laying out turfs, and the newest additions to date - the assault bike and rigs. 360 Ortigas has been a witness to all these changes and is a testament to the resiliecy of the brand.
From it's humble beginnings at the 13th floor (20 stations, 3 rounds) to a total of 7 branches with the current circuit (12 stations, 3-4 rounds plus a finisher) what you see and have today is a product of 7 years of careful planning, execution and evolution. The clash of minds, norms and ideas being challenged, with the end goal of always aiming to provide something that is innovative, progressive, and personal.
"But things change… and that's the way it is." - 2Pac