Called the Santé Fitness Lab, the center is a step towards becoming a leader in providing holistic and innovative fitness programs and sports rehabilitation
Admit it, you often wished of having a fitness center that can cater to everything you need as a developing athlete—whether you’re trying to get in shape, aiming to recover from an injury, or maybe even planning to take some sports training classes.
In case you missed it, Santé Fitness Lab, a premier one-stop fitness center, was recently launched at Vermosa Sports Hub. “I believe it is the first of its kind sports science lab with a one-stop fitness center setup,” says general manager Clarize Lucindo.
Santé is a growing distribution company that provides organic health and wellness products and services. Its recovery and sports rehab center was created to help athletes recover from and prevent injuries, offer comprehensive sports development programs for aspiring athletes, and nurture individuals who can represent the country in international competitions.
“The Santé Fitness Lab is a step towards the fulfillment of our vision of being a global leader in providing holistic and innovative fitness programs and sports rehabilitation,” says Santé’s CEO Joey Marcelo.
To strengthen the programs and services available at the lab, a lineup of experts and fine athletes who have excelled in their respective fields make up the foundation of that vision: expert strength and conditioning coach of Cignal HD spikers Mico Cabungan; expert strength and conditioning coach and head of physiotherapist of the San Miguel Beermen Edward Bacason; One FC champion Louie Sangalang; multisport performance coach Don Velasco; and elite triathletes Mervin Santiago and Junrox Roque.
“We also want to encourage people from all walks of life to be active in sports, especially the young ones, to prepare them for the future,” adds Marcelo.
To measure and analyze the specific performance factors of an athlete, Santé Fitness Lab will also conduct performance testing services. The fitness center is also targeting to launch its multisports café and bike shop by the first quarter of 2019.