The running community is, hands down, one intact group where people love to share their achievements, fallbacks, and even give pieces of advice. I have personally seen how passionate runners are when they discuss anything related to running – from forms, distances, shoes, gadgets, etc. through the PF community Facebook group.
Don’t be overwhelmed with all those hi-tech running gear you see in your favorite sports shop. Here’s a list of the top 10 things you should have in your “running kit” to run safe and sound.
Zumba dance is probably the most popular dance workout to date. You’d find group sessions morning and afternoon at the CCP complex, Quezon Memorial Circle, or anywhere else in the NCR (or even the whole Country).
5 Tips to help you RUN FAST from top Filipino age group triathlete and high level multisport coach Don Velasco
Running a half or a full marathon – or even just your usual weekend long run – can be physically and mentally tough, and would make you want to give up.
One of the most common misconceptions about running is that if you always run as fast as you can for as long as you can, you’d achieve all the benefits of running.
Let’s admit it: fitness is, in fact, a luxury. One that is particularly difficult to afford here in the Philippines, to add to that.
We are here to share with you both pros and cons of running in the rain, so that for those who are considering trying it out—and especially since it’s been raining non-stop in the Metro for days, now—you are fully aware of both risks and payoffs of doing so.
This weekend, we’ll explore the mountains of Mt. Manalmon located in San Miguel, Bulacan
It's just a few more days before the first Conquer Challenge in McKinley West and just a few weeks till the first ever Spartan Race happens here in the Philippines, and a lot of readers are still asking on how to prepare for these Obstacle Course Races.
We’re all familiar with marathons. You know, the 42.195K run? But just when you thought that was the longest distance a runner could go, there’s suddenly this thing called the Ultramarathon.
It’s a given fact that things are evolving day by day. Take watches for example. Before, its sole purpose is just to inform you of the time; however there’s more to that nowadays thanks to technology.
Dead hours are times when most people are asleep and there are little to no people on the street. It can range from 11PM to 4AM.
Awkward arms and legs, weird facial expressions, and looking very "laspag". After seeing so many unflattering race photos being posted on Facebook, enough is enough. It’s about time you take control and master a few tricks on how to look calm, poised, and relaxed in all your race photos!