If you make health and fitness a priority, you will find a way to make running a part of your daily routine. Here are tips to help you squeeze in running into your busy schedule!
Are you a newbie looking for a place to run, are you a veteran just bored of your usual route?
Running with a buddy can be so much fun! Enjoy the experience to the fullest by keeping these basic rules in mind.
After a run session, it’s important that your body replenishes the fluids, carbohydrates, and protein it lost while working out. This will make your body recover faster, ready for you’re the next run.
Magbago na tayo, bes. Be a smarter, healthier runner this year (and beyond!) by breaking these habits that hinder you from being the best you can be.
Here's a thread that has been getting some attention in the Community Forums so I decided to highlight it with it's on post here in the main site! A good read if you are currently training to run for your very first marathon or already a seasoned marathoner. Check it out!
Planning your Marathon Checklist? Here are the 8 must-run marathons in the Philippines!
Are you planning to take on the Pinoy Fitness 21K SUB2:30 Challenge but not sure on how to train properly for it?
Rainy days doesn't necessarily mean you have to take your runs indoors. Also, most races push on rain or shine. Here are 7 tips to you can use to help you run in the rain.
You may not realize it, but running has benefits that go beyond helping us lose weight. When done consistently, it can do wonders to other aspects of our lives, too.
Show them you Care - Nothing says “I Care” more than massaging your significant other’s calves and feet after a long run…
Running for years, or even a just a couple of months, may lead to injuries. And if not treated as soon as possible, these injuries could keep you sidelined for a long time.
Are you planning to train for your first 5K or your first 10K? Don't know where to start? Then follow this training plan by our favorite Coach Norman Pascual to help you get started.
I love the half-mary. It’s long enough that you need to really put in some serious training, yet not so long that it takes an extended period of recovery like a full marathon. Following one of the Golden Rules of running, which is to “rest one day for every mile raced”...