Pinoy Strong 100 Surges Ahead in 2024

“Pinoy Strong 100” reality fitness show aims to promote top tourist destinations in the Philippines

A new reality fitness show called “Pinoy Strong 100” is set to launch next year, with the goal of showcasing the best local athletes while also promoting top tourist destinations in the country.

Hosted by mixed martial arts fighter Mark Striegl, the show will test the physical and mental toughness of participants from all walks of life, regardless of age, gender, or social status.

The first selection for the show was held at the Skyranch in Tagaytay City and featured national athletes from various associations, with the help of the Philippine Olympic Committee.

The top 100 qualifiers will then be brought to different tourism destinations to undergo challenges in order to determine the strongest Filipino or Filipina for the show’s first season.

According to co-producer Allan Majadillas of One-Of-A-Kind Asia, “Pinoy Strong 100” is not just about showcasing physical strength, but also aims to highlight the cultural heritage and the best of the Philippines’ islands and destinations.

During the selection process, athletes from the Philippine Canoe Kayak Federation (PCKDF) emerged as top finishers, with Jobert Penaranda and Ojay Fuentes making it a 1-2 finish for the national paddlers. Mylene Matias of Kurash came in third, and Roger Kenneth Masbate, also from PCKDF, placed fourth.

A total of 60 aspirants from various sports went through challenges such as burpees, dumbbell thrusters, medicine ball throws, and pull-ups, showcasing their physical abilities and determination.

The “Pinoy Strong 100” show is expected to bring attention to both the athletic talent and the natural beauty of the Philippines, making it an exciting prospect for viewers.

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