No matter what the distance is, the first run is said to be memorable for every runner. It is the race marks the start of your journey as a runner and the one that will be your constant reminder of your humble beginning.
Everyone feels really hungry after a run – in fact, we’re sure you’re already thinking of what to eat even before you start your workout or race!
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.
Download and Print our simple race day checklist. Make sure you don't forget anything important on race day... like your running shoes.
The saying “cheaters never win” is indeed evident most especially in sports like running. Joining a race, specifically half and full marathons, is not an easy event to partake in; but the triumph you get after finishing a marathon is no question one of the best feelings ever. Runner's high, as they call it.
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.
“5KM lang yan, sobrang dali! Bitin pa nga eh.” Many runners take this distance for granted, thinking that it's only for beginners.
9 Kinds of Runners You’ll Meet on The Road - So which type of runner are you? Have you me the others?
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.
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.
Being a part of a running team is a sure interest among avid running enthusiasts in the country. In fact, the number of teams has grown exponentially since the running craze hit the Philippines a few years ago.
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.
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.
Menstrual cramps, muscle and joint aches, and Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) are some of the few bothersome effects that hinder us, women, to workout or to move in general. However, little do we know that all these unavoidable situations can actually be avoided or better yet overcome when you actively run and live a more active lifestyle.