I Got to Visit Atom Araullo at the Set of His New Commercial

I’ve always looked up to Atom Araullo. Apart from his devastatingly good looks and his charming smile, he’s an intelligent newscaster who is dedicated to delivering the news, whatever the circumstances. We’ve all seen his harrowing coverage of Typhoon Yolanda, where he bravely stood in the middle of the storm just to show what was happening in Tacloban.

Just to show how he’s always ready to rise to different challenges, he’s going to do his own stunts for his upcoming commercial for Cherifer Premium for Adults. I got to visit him on set and see what he’s going to do.

What I saw was incredible. The set was transformed into an obstacle course complete with desks, monkey bars, and a high ramp for Araullo to jump up to. We were given the opportunity to try it but a lot of us failed or succeeded only after several tries. As an unfit person, I didn’t attempt and just watched the brave souls from the sideline.

Araullo had to undergo intense preparation to pull off what we saw during our set visit. He had to learn parkour from Robby Apelo, the co-owner of The Ninja Academy. He also did leg exercises and plyometric drills to boost his power, and bulked up his upper body. This dedication is not surprising when you consider his repertoire of work, including his film Citizen Jake (which I’ve yet to see).

It makes sense that this is the direction that Araullo’s commercial is taking. The ad is for Cherifer Premium for Adults, a health supplement that’s more than just multivitamins. Its combination of ingredients, including taurine, ginseng, and Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF) work together to provide him focus, energy, and the repair of muscle tissue. It also keeps him productive every day.

Cherifer Premium for Adults is important for someone like me who leads a busy lifestyle. My days are a fast-paced mix of deadlines, meetings, and events, and there are times when I go out early in the morning and finish late at night. It can be tiring so I need a health supplement that will help me keep up and recover.

Of course, I don’t have Araullo’s iron will and athleticism (and even his good looks). But if I can go through the day with enough energy, I think that’s fine by me.


This story is in partnership with Cherifer. For more information and to see his upcoming commercial, visit the website or follow them on Facebook.

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