The book he’d written on running and the one that leads to this article’s existence, entitled What I Talk About When I Talk About Running, is one that talks about his reflections as both runner and writer as he trained for the New York City Marathon in the year of 2005.
The 32-year-old Dane Zamudio who was supposed to participate in a Duathlon race that day was sideswiped by a 24-year-old drunk driver despite being properly parked in a well-lit area with their car’s hazard lights turned on.
As a lupus patient who was once told that this was impossible, Annie wanted to prove to herself that she is stronger than this disease. She wanted to prove to herself that she has what it takes to be a SUB1 10K Finisher.
I call myself a runner yes, but more of a running enthusiast than a serious one. I am after the experience of running, more than getting PRs.
Anne Curtis just finished the 38th London Marathon last Sunday, April 22, 2018, in 5 hours, 12 minutes and raised P278,116 pesos for UNICEF.
Ka Rene certainly piqued our interests and inspired awe in many who were there at the event grounds to see him cross that finish line with a happy grin, almost knocking over one of our marshals as he make it to the cut-off og the Sub 1 10K Challenge.
It was my first time to join the Sub1 10K Challenge this year. I crossed the finish line but I wasn't qualified for the Finisher’s Medal.
There comes, I think, a point in everyone’s fitness journey where—when we pause to contemplate just how much we’ve achieved and how much more there is still left to work towards—a sense of panic starts to creep its way into the back of our minds.
Obstacle races are starting to get people’s attention in the fitness world because of how it incorporates running, crawling, and climbing into various types of challenges. To date, Filipino runners and fitness enthusiasts alike are learning the ropes of obstacle racing and they are in fact, becoming part of a fast-growing community.
Yes, you are those things: strong and independent, and they describe you perfectly. No ifs or buts. So please; drop the word “pero.” Stop attaching conditions to that phrase you tell yourself to stay motivated when you’re struggling with that last mile on the run or the last rep to that set of deadlifts, or when you’re dragging your tired body to the gym after a long day at work.
For the last few years, I had some opportunities to pace some runners and I learned a lot from this experience. Now, I’m hoping to share some insights about with you in this article:
Do we run to lose ourselves or do we run to find ourselves? Running is dual in character, a means to find ourselves amidst the chaos that life brings and an opportunity finds our true selves at the same time.
What does it take to be a marathoner? Do you have to have legs of steel? Or perhaps a stamina of an athlete? Or is it maybe a few 21K finisher medals in your collection?
A race designed for 1st and 2nd time marathon runners. A venue where emotions are real, and the experience unforgettable. Here's a short video recap of what happened last weekend!