As a new year begins, most people aim to change their ways in hopes of starting the year right and having a better one in general. That is why New Year Resolutions are made: to keep a promise to one’s self to improve in comparison to however we ended the previous year.
“Oh, so you’re a runner? So you’ve done a marathon? How fast can you run? What’s your longest distance? What’s your PR?”
We remember all the good things that have happened to us and give thanks to the people that made this year memorable; which is why this season is the season of giving.... in a literal sense! Aside from the heartfelt messages, there is no better way of you expressing your appreciation than through gifts.
A pair of good running shoes is the most important investment for every runner. Your chosen pair will be the primary protection of your feet, knees, ankles, and joints as you run kilometer after kilometer. But a good pair of running shoes doesn’t come cheap.
GEAR AND TECH
“The only disability in life is a bad attitude,” he says. “Walang Imposible.”
PERFORMANCE & TRAINING
If you make health and fitness a priority, you will find a way to make running a part of your daily routine. Here are tips to help you squeeze in running into your busy schedule!
Running with a buddy can be so much fun! Enjoy the experience to the fullest by keeping these basic rules in mind.
Let’s face it -- being healthy doesn’t come that cheap. From the food that we eat to the equipment/gears that we need, trying to live a fit lifestyle can be really costly; especially in my case since I’m still a student. This brings me to my dilemma in enrolling at a gym.
Exercising But Not Losing any Weight? Here's a possible reason why.
After a run session, it’s important that your body replenishes the fluids, carbohydrates, and protein it lost while working out. This will make your body recover faster, ready for you’re the next run.