The New York Marathon 2018 Race Experience

After 4 years, we finally got lucky and got awarded a slot for the 2018 TCS New York Marathon!

Meet Sister Madonna Buder – The Iron Nun

When Sister Madonna Buder needed a little extra oomph to complete her first IRONMAN® World Championship triathlon in Hawaii...

Martial arts in the Philippines – an undying culture

The martial arts culture in the Philippines currently faces a threat that may endanger the practice as local quarantine measures stretch on.

Finding a Fitness Lifestyle that Works for You

Losing weight is one of the things that are easier said than done. It is common for many people to try the latest diet fads, sign up to the newest workouts, and purchase the latest fitness gears, yet still feel like nothing is really happening.

Drunk Driving: One Reckless Move, Lasting Consequences

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.

Dante shares how he lost 165 lbs in 1 Year

If there’s one thing this life-changing experience has taught him, it’s that “The desire to change must be greater than the desire to stay the same.”

We Love to Run and We Run for Love

Today, we live to run and run to live, for health, joy, and adventure, and for love, a love of just being together that sustained running.

Running With Dystonia : A Different Kind of Strong

Jirome ran this race, and runs all of his other races, in constant pain. And he makes sure he finishes it, anyway.

My Story #11: Amanda Ramoso

I'm 23 years old. my maximum weight is 98 lbs my height is 5'5. I'm underweight and i started joining fun runs only this year. I run my first 5KM and i tell you...

Running an Uphill Climb… Failures and Staying on Track

To those who have seen the film “The Karate Kid” starred in by Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan, an adage was emphasized on the importance of “making a choice whether to stay down or to rise after suffering from a knockdown”.

Sidney Rain and her road less travelled by many

If your daughter always leave the house and prefer to live outdoors for days, it may help her stay at home if you let her join marathons.

Run for Life: A race towards seeing the blinding success of...

Not all times God grants what we wanted. Sometimes, the things you think you can’t live without are the ones that could mould you in chasing the real spirit of happiness. Here's a story about a Blind Runner

Ernest Carual : An Osteomyelitic’s Journey to 42K

Ernest Carual finished his first successful 10K in July 2013, merely months after he turned to running to help improve his physical state. A year and a month later, the now famous runner, is preparing to conquer his next and biggest feat—a full 42K marathon.

Running The Marathon Is The Easy Part: An Open Letter From...

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?