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First-ever Roofdeck Ninja OCR (Obstacle Course Race) Pop Up Facility in the Visayas

First-ever Roofdeck Ninja OCR (Obstacle Course Race) Pop Up Facility in the Visayas

OCR (Obstacle Course Racing) is one of the fastest-growing sport in the country and is also gaining popularity around the world. More and more people find it as a fun way to keep themselves physically fit.

Together with United Vismin OCR Community, Pilipinas Obstacle Sports,  Federation and Fitcamp Cebu, the Skypark of SM Seaside becomes the official venue for the first-ever roof deck obstacle course pop-up facility in the Visayas.

This pop-up facility includes Underwall (1x), Through Wall (1x), Pull-ups (5 reps), Monkey bars (1 cross), Rings (1 cross), Inclined Push Ups (10 reps), Twister Rings (1 cross), Over 6ft Wall (1x), Dips (5 reps), Traverse Wall (1 across), Inverted Wall (10 reps), Rope Climbs (1 ascent) and is offered to the public through the Stay Fit at the Skypark program for guided sessions at the 3F Amphitheater 2 beginning this February 13 and will be every Saturdays and Sundays at 5 PM via pre-registration for limited slots.

The Skypark is also the venue for the upcoming Ninja National Qualifying Challenge this February 27 & 28 — with controlled number of participants to ensure safety protocol measures. This is to form the Philippine National Team to compete for the world championships in Moscow, Russia.

The OCR is part of the Stay Fit at the Skypark program to provide the community with a safe space for their outdoor activities.

Written by Village Connect

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