It’s a well known fact that people do crazy things kapag may pinagdadanan. Some cut their hair really short or dye it in an outrageous color. Others sing their heart out during videoke sessions, eat a lot of sweets, or send sawi texts in the middle of the night.
On the TBR pumped up station at Nuvali, a stranger wearing a yellow shirt that was printed with "Dream Chaser" was walking towards me holding a sign that says "FREE HUG". Two of the thing I love best. Free and Hug. Yes, a hug. A simple gesture that could give the feeling of comfort and security at the same time. Just what I needed after running 30 kilometers. That was also what I needed on the 15th of May 2015 when I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
Some of us are guilty of binge scrolling our feed for hours on end - passing through pictures of good food, latest fashion, beautiful travel spots, cute dogs, etc. There are times that browsing too much on social media while not doing any physical activity for too long gives us the so called “tamaditis” where we just get too lazy to run.
Many people thought that beauty and triathlon cannot go together. For some, triathlon is categorized as a manly, competitive and intimidating sport. It’s also an activity that can affect one’s complexion even, due to the constant sun exposure and hardcore activities.
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Looking for some motivation to help you lead an active lifestyle? Look no further! Here are 9 female celebrities that would make you want to work out ASAP!
Sometimes, all we need to start moving is an inspiration.
Triathlons are no joke. It involves a rigorous course of swimming, cycling, and running all in one race -- a true test of endurance and strength!
Lorna Vejano, or Mamita as people fondly call her, is the first-ever Queen of the Rock of the Corregidor Marathon, 1st runner-up in the 2014 Baler Marathon, finisher of the 2014 Bataan Death March 102K Ultramarathon and of more than 100 other races.
"I credit being Asia’s No. 1 Women’s Elite Moutain Bike athlete to my dad"