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Joyce Rebotton Fundraiser KILOS Powerlifting Cotton Shirt

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Filipinos are gradually entering and making a mark in the world of competitive Powerlifting – and this was represented by Joyce Gail Reboton – when she made history in the 2021 World Classic Powerlifting Championship in Halmstad, Sweden. Reboton was the first Filipino to grab the silver medal in bench press (105kg) and bronze medal in total lifts (187.5kg in squats + 205 kg in deadlift = 497.5kg in total). While Filipinas excelling in global championships is no longer a rarity, in the realm of strength sports competitions, funding, and support remains sparse.

Instead of being disheartened by the ugly reality of the financial deficiencies, Reboton extended herself out of her comfort zone to gather funds by signing up for crowd-funding projects and launching her own brand – KILOS.

KILOS carries originally designed t-shirts and tote bags which hopefully would enable her to save funds and fly her to competitions to represent the Philippines.

Admittedly, Powerlifting isn’t a popular sport yet in the Philippines. But, Reboton is committed to lift and elevate Powerlifting in the Philippines, not only during competitions but as part of training or routine, as Powerlifting is the very foundation of all movements and sports.

This classic shirt is made from breathable cotton and has a minimalist design apt for training or casual wear.

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Elevating Powerlifting in the Philippines

Filipinos are gradually entering and making a mark in the world of competitive Powerlifting – and this was represented by Joyce Gail Reboton – when she made history in the 2021 World Classic Powerlifting Championship in Halmstad, Sweden. Reboton was the first Filipino to grab the silver medal in bench press (105kg) and bronze medal in total lifts (187.5kg in squats + 205 kg in deadlift = 497.5kg in total). While Filipinas excelling in global championships is no longer a rarity, in the realm of strength sports competitions, funding, and support remains sparse.

Instead of being disheartened by the ugly reality of the financial deficiencies, Reboton extended herself out of her comfort zone to gather funds by signing up for crowd-funding projects and launching her own brand-KILOS.

KILOS carries originally designed t-shirts and tote bags which hopefully would enable her to save funds and fly her to competitions to represent the Philippines.

Admittedly, Powerlifting isn’t a popular sport yet in the Philippines. But, Reboton is committed to lift and elevate Powerlifting in the Philippines, not only during competitions but as part of training or routine, as Powerlifting is the very foundation of all movements and sports.

This classic shirt is made from breathable cotton and has a minimalist design apt for training or casual wear.

Benefits:

  • Enable a Filipino Powerlifter to represent the Philippines in world competitions. KILOS is Joyce Gail Reboton’s own brand launched in the aim of supporting her to get funds and participate in world powerlifting competitions as the Philippines’ representative.
  • KILOS classic t-shirt is made with soft, breathable and comfortable cotton designed for training or casual wear.

Features and specs:

  • Material: Premium cotton by Gildan
  • XS – 160/76A
  • S – 165/80A
  • M – 170/84A
  • L – 175/88A
  • XL – 180/92A
  • 2XL – 185/96A
  • 3XL – 190/100A

Limitations and indications:

  • The safe and proper use of this product is the user’s sole responsibility. [The Rack.Co] assumes no liability for any damage, injury, or accident from using this product.
  • Please read the directions, safety and warning instructions before using this product.

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