Siya ang unang sumubok sa mga epektong stereophonic at phasing para sa pagtatala ng tugtuging bato.MANILA - After being named this season's "The Biggest Loser" and gaining renewed confidence in himself, Bryan Castillo is looking forward to life after the reality competition as he aims to be a "better Bryan for the future." In an interview shortly after his win on Saturday, the 22-year-old confessed that he is still in a state of shock and, honestly, couldn't believe that he lost more than half his previous weight.
Bilang isang prodyuser ng rekord, si Hendrix ay nagpamalas din ng mga bagong istilo sa pamamagitan ng recording studio bilang karugtong sa kanyang mga kaisipang pangtugtog.
"Ine-expect ko lang talaga maka-lose ako ng 100 pounds lang. Makakilos ka lang para magawa yung dating hindi mo nagagawa, yung mga gusto mong gawin makapaglaro, makatakbo ng maayos. Castillo scored the highest weight loss percentage of all four finalists, clocking in at a total of 52.56%, nearly 2% higher than the show's runner-up Kayen Lazaro.
He took home P1 million, along with a lifetime gym membership from Gold's Gym, Whirlpool appliances, P100,000 worth of sporting goods from Toby's Sports, and a Fruitas Franchise.
"We’re really taking into consideration na itong mga panahong ito mas mataas ang exposure dahil ang mga tao nasa mga lugar na hindi karaniwang pinupuntahan.
Yung mga dating hindi namamangka, namamangka, yung dating hindi umaakyat ng bundok, umaakyat ng bundok," he added.