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.
Are you a newbie looking for a place to run, are you a veteran just bored of your usual route?
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.
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.
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.
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.
When it comes to your running shoes, walang forever. Just like any sports gear, running shoes have a definite lifespan and will break down over time
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.
With years of experience in teaching newbie runners we asked our favorite community Coach Mherlz Nava Lumagbas for some Tips on how to get started with running.
A few days ago we asked everyone what do you think are the top running etiquette that each runner should know and abide when running a race event.
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.
“5KM lang yan, sobrang dali! Bitin pa nga eh.” Many runners take this distance for granted, thinking that it's only for beginners.
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.