Ohana Project: Amihan MOD


My name is Mick Evangelista (known as M since birth) and I am here to offer you change.
Ever since Get Tough Fitness expanded it’s reach and voice to Culion, Palawan Philippines. I am proud to see the effort the town has given to improve self and community. So with that said this one of many Ohana Project initiatives to renew the sites of Culion. This is one of many Ohana Projects. This not only helps quick start a physical change but also helps open your find to fitness being use for the betterment of the community. So fold up your sleeves and rise up. This is my way to give back to the community and to remind people that “FAMILY IS IMPORTANT” and “TEAM WORK IS KEY”. Together we can go far. This is more than fitness, this is a culture. It’s a lifestyle. Your mind will be pushed. The individual will merge with the team. Ohana means family, no one is left behind or forgotten. SO WHO WANT’S TO JOIN US?

Today’s Mission Of The Day is this. We invite anyone and everyone to come join our community today to teach up to clean Culion’s beautiful site. If you want change, you have to be the change you want to see in the world. NO ONE WILL DO IT FOR YOU. DECIDE YOU WANT IT and IT WILL HAPPEN. BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD.

DAY: Sunday March 15, 2015

TIME: 350pm – 16 burpees if you are late

LOCATION: Leonard Wood statue


– bring water (24oz or more) it will get sweaty and hot!!!
– gloves (if available)
– garbage bags
– Use near by trash cans
– Bring one non Get Tough Fitness member (someone who has never done GT before)


Warm up:
30 jumping jacks
20 Good morning


4 rounds:
10 C2F
10 Air Squat
10 Lunges
20 Triangles
10 crunches
20 Flutter kicks

Mission – AMIHAN

Indian Run to the area in photo. During Indian run see if you can encourage others to join in. GOAL at least 2 people.
With full effort from everyone
1 team collects garbage
1 team collects all sea weeds (if sea weeds could be used for fertilizer dump on top of trees).

take a photo of full team and newcomers.


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