We all know about the benefits of dynamic stretching before running or when starting any workout, but honestly, sometimes we're just too lazy to do them
5 Tips to help you RUN FAST from top Filipino age group triathlete and high level multisport coach Don Velasco
We can't escape the summer heat. Here's 6 tips to help you beat the summer heat and still continue with your summer training.
Are standard push-ups getting a too easy for you? Then it's time to level-up! Here are 7 different push-up variations you can try. Besides the chest muscles, these exercises also focuses on improving your core and stability.
Running on the treadmill has often been thought of as a last resort to get your workout done. Most believe that it’s a boring, mediocre way to get mileage in.
The life of an amateur, or “Age Grouper” athlete is challenging, to say the least. Between juggling a career and personal life, it takes a special kind of work ethic to be among the top performing athletes in the country.
Probably the simplest and easiest way to get in shape is to do bodyweight exercises, or exercises that burn fat and build muscle using a person’s own weight – no equipment is involved.
Anyone who have tried to go to the gym has surely noticed a familiar sight where all the ladies hustle in the cardio (treadmill, elliptical, stationary bike, etc.)
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.
So you’ve decided to get into running as part of your fitness goals this year. Good job! Take care, though: it’s so easy to make mistakes that can turn you off from the sport.