Injured? These workouts will still keep you fit. If you’re suffering from running injuries, relax. You can still maintain your current fitness level while reducing the impact of running to your body with these activities.
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.
To be honest, I used to be very scared and skeptic about chiropractic treatments, before my first session 5 years ago, I suffer from upper back and neck discomfort, mainly due to over exercise and bad posture.
And a furry running buddy has great perks too, like: they’ll match your pace; they’re always ready to go; they’re loyal; and did we mention they make really pawsome wingmen?
Holiday season is fast approaching and while we are getting ready to binge eat, it’s also the perfect time to squeeze in regular workouts in our daily routine to counter all the food intake. However, let’s face it — being fit doesn’t come that cheap.
Running is one of the most practical ways to be healthy and fit. You only need your running shoes and clothes, and you’re ready to go. But despite the minimal requirements that running has, most people still struggle with the dilemma of finding time in their busy schedules to squeeze in a run.
If you are reading this article then chances are you are someone who enjoys running that much and it’s somehow part of your regular routine but let me tell you something – as much as it can be the best part of your day, it can also turn out to be the worst if you practice bad pre-run habits.
We’ve heard about soy milk ever since we were young. We know that taho is made of soya and we know that soya and soy milk are good dairy alternative if you are lactose-intolerant.
They say that, you apply in your day to day life all the lessons you learn in running. Here’s why runners make good employees.
Ang init! Pass muna ako sa run natin, ha? Don’t let the scorching summer heat get in the way of a good workout. Here are fun ways to stay fit if it’s too hot to run outside – and we don’t just mean going to the gym.
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.
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.
Are you stuck in Metro Manila this Holy Week? Looking for something to do and at the same time get a good workout? Here's a suggestion, try the Run Visita Iglesia Manila route.
Tired of going to the mall or just craving for a little bit of adventure this Valentines?