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The SUB1 10K Journey of a Lupus Patient

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.

Ka Rene: Smashing the Sub 1 10K Challenge at 72 years...

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.

You are a Strong, Independent Woman. Period

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.

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?

Faith Garcia: Walk like a Beauty, Race like a Beast

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.

I ran my First Marathon in Berlin, and this is what...

Before we get started, let me get a few things out of the way. First, I’ve never really been a runner. I’ve never run “for fun” and I’ve purposefully avoided sports like basketball, tennis or soccer where running or sprinting are required.

Ian Banzon: The Woman Who Ran on Air

"At that moment, fear would really creep in but then again I thought why would I even be afraid it's not gonna help the situation”

Hindi pa huli ang lahat, Huwag mawalan ng Pag-asa.

Huwag niyo din itigil ang pagiging active sa sports at run kapag pumapayat na kayo, ituloy nyo lang. Huwag nyo nang hayaan na bumalik pa kayo sa dati ninyong katawan, sayang ang lahat ng pinaghirapan at pinag daanan ninyo.

Niah at the Color Run Philippines for UNICEF

Some of us registered for the color powder, most of us joined for unicorn medal, but sometimes running is not always about the fun or the freebies, but an opportunity to help others who are in need.

Chronicles of a First Time Hiker (Mt. Balagbag)

My first mountain hike was a very fulfilling and fruitful one to say the least. They weren’t kidding when they said that you’re going to be learning a lot just by climbing the mountain itself.

Evolve-ing with Yoga

It’s been 3 months since I embarked on this weight loss journey and this is a half-way checkpoint to my goal to lose 19 lbs. in 6 months.

Road to Recovery: Rona Samson’s Journey

“Do it not because you hate your body, but because you love yourself.” She mentioned, talking about her fitness comeback.

Behind the Podium

This year, the annual Pinoy Fitness SUB1 10K Challenge concluded with over 4,500 runners who attempted to beat the clock and set their own records. Amongst the thousands that joined the race, there were only a few that bested the majority.

How watching an Ironman 70.3 Inspired Me

It’s not an everyday scene to see a triathlon. In Manila, the closest thing you would see are fun runs - and they’re not even as intense.