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It’s Okay To Start Slow : An open letter to beginner...

“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?”

ButterToast – Running became my Ultimate Therapy

Ever since I was a kid the phrase “getting fit” was never in my vocabulary. When I was a teenager, all I did was to study, eat and watch my favorite movies, just like any other girl in the neighborhood.

Kayleen Ortiz: Empowering Lives through Pole Dancing

It’s Wednesday night, I go up the 22nd floor of Strata 100 Building in Ortigas, quickly ask for directions, and find myself inside Polecats Manila

Coach Norman and Nicole Villarojo: More than their Careers

Many of us work hard to get promoted in our jobs. We put in countless hours just to finish a task, work on weekends for a big presentation, and go the extra mile to get the right kinds of connections for our businesses. But what if you have finally become a big boss in your company or maybe even a famous name in your industry? With a multitude of responsibilities that comes with it, will you still have time to be more than your career?

Charlene Gonzalez finishes strong in Tokyo Marathon

Anyone can run a marathon, and beauty queen Charlene Gonzalez proved that after successfully finishing her first ever 42 kilometer run in 5 hours and 50 seconds last Sunday

Lauren – The Accidental Runner

There’s a sure way you can get Lauren Lim to do something: tell her that it’s hard and that it can’t be done.

I’ve been fat for most of my life, until now.

I've been fat for most of my life. I was chubby in elementary school and constantly gained weight throughout the years. I reached my heaviest back in 2012 at over 220 lbs.

My Story #9: Maria Carolene Y. Fajardo

Running – this is my daily routine in going to school every time I don’t have any allowance due to what we called “out of budget” or, shall we say, my parents do not have enough resources to support us in that aspect.

My Story #1: Rizaldy Relativo

Growing up I’m always be on the heavy side, there is no single chance that my weight and BMI hit a normal level for my 5’6” frame...

Vanj Endaya – Career Woman, Triathlete, Mother

Vanj Endaya works as a Corporate Finance Head in a Renewable Energy Company, a Single Mom and a Triathlete.

Change is POSSIBLE by Yetz Cunan

My story isn't as grand or as special. I'm making mine public with hopes to inspire and motivate others.

Get to Know Filipino Pole Vaulter EJ Obiena

The Philippines finally has a shot at winning Gold at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

JC Esguerra : A Man’s Journey in Losing 100+ lbs in...

I’m JC, male, 5’5”, 20 years old. All throughout the last 19 years of my life, I’ve always been overweight. From age 16-19, I was obese 2 with a body fat of more than 40%. My highest recorded weight was 270lbs (December 2013).

10 Things I Learned from 10 Years of Running

This year marks my 10th year of running. Honestly, I never imagined myself to be running this long, but I believe that Pinoy Fitness and this community has been the key to how I was able to sustain this sport for so long.