fbpx

WHAT MAKES A PR?

This weekend, many of you went through the grueling “longest long run” weekend for the Manila Milo Eliminations. Others are sharpening their legs for the Dagupan 21KM Eliminations.

The Unstoppable: Francisco Balagtas and his Project No Days Off

Figuring out why you want to run will make the miles and effort more reassuring to yourself so you aren’t running aimlessly questioning why you are doing it.

Rose Betonio: Running from Heartache to Happy Ever After

She’d been left alone—abandoned by a man who she thought was the real deal—blankly staring at a computer screen. Chat box open, flashing brightly, and trying to figure out what to make of her then-boyfriend’s message; “It’s over. I’m sorry,”

Can You Beat the Time of These Celebrity Runners?

In today’s times, running has gradually become a sport not just for runners, but for those that want to stay fit as well. In the Philippines, it’s not just athletes we see running marathons—but our very own celebrities as well.

It’s always you against you. Make sure you win.

Surrounding yourself with people who shares the same passion as you can helps you stay on the right track and push yourself to the limits.

The Secret Behind Asia’s “Queen of the Trails” Success

"I credit being Asia’s No. 1 Women’s Elite Moutain Bike athlete to my dad"

Looking for a New Perspective: How runners can be Thankful for...

As much as our current situation differs from former leisures, there are things that runners can consider that can help them appreciate being locked down at home more.

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

Monica Torres – fastest Filipina in Cobra Ironman Finisher

Monica Torres, the fastest Filipina in Cobra Ironman 70.3 for 6 straight years, has definitely proven herself to be a champion in the sports scene. Here, she talks about how she got into the world of multisport and the challenges that she faced on her journey.

Throwback Takbo: What It’s Like to Run in the 80s

What if we tell you that 30-40 years ago, running in EDSA was actually ... normal

Meet Rosalinda Ogsimer, a 69 year old Ultramarathoner

Wondering if you're already too old to run? Then meet Mommy Rosalinda "Linda" Ogsimer, she's now 69 years old and an ultra-marathoner.

Where I Ran Today: Local scenic running routes as shared by...

Thanks to these members of the Pinoy Fitness Community, you can somehow experience running outdoors and witness the wonder of our country’s most beautiful destinations, once again.

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.

Meet Larry Ronquillo, the Taong Grasa Runner

A lot of runners during the recently concluded Run United 1 were surprised to see a taong grasa running along with them.