“If you’re starting now, and you're stuck at one point, then start again, as long as meron ka pang goal, alam mo kung saan ka papunta, just keep on starting, and focus. Kahit Day 1 nang Day 1, that still sums up to more than none.”
When asked about one of her best realizations, Aless said that the first and most important choice you will make is either “Day 1 or one day?”
While virtual challenges have already been out there before the pandemic, the scene became even bigger because of the lack of physical races and a need for motivation.
God really trained me, not just for tri. But God trained me for my cancer journey. Everything that led me here was to help me get stronger for my cancer.
Thanks to these members of the Pinoy Fitness Community, you can somehow experience running outdoors and witness the wonder of our country’s most beautiful destinations, once again.
As Women’s Month closes out, I want to tell you all that I celebrate all of you ladies of the Pinoy Fitness Community. Women’s Month, or not.
Figuring out why you want to run will make the miles and effort more reassuring to yourself so you aren’t running aimlessly questioning why you are doing it.
Luckily enough for me, I was able to witness how a fellow Filipino, Mr. Noel Tillor, finished third for the half marathon with a 1:19:58 triumph.