We, as avid enthusiasts of fitness have always struggled with injuries throughout our athletic life; these may range from the simple tight muscles to torn ligaments. However, not all things come in great intensities. Our performance may even be hampered by the little things we face on a daily basis.
So, how do you strengthen your mental toughness to become a better runner?
Inconvenience—be it that of time and/or cost—is the main reason why people don’t get started working out. We’re either too busy to get it started, or we feel like it’s just another expense we can’t afford as of the moment.
Aquathlon involves two disciplines: running and swimming. The race follows a swim-run format. The swim ranges from 400-900 meters while the run is 2.5-5km, depending on the race category.
We took my friend Jema to the Obstacle Sports Factory to check if she's OCR ready despite having no prior experience and skills in any type of obstacle courses.
They’ve put a whole different meaning to running in shape. Kudos to Robert Gonzales and the gang!
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.
Fitness Junkie - a person who has made working out a part of their daily lives and dedicates all their free time to working out and/or doing physical activities.
Forecast today was heavy rain and thunderstorm, but we're totally blessed that the race ended up having a great race weather.
Yet despite it being such a common thing, solo runners still often experience the feeling of being in a vulnerable situation whenever they go out and train – and this applies to both night and early morning joggers!
Transitioning from being a road runner to a full-fledged trail runner is not something you do overnight, and it also doesn’t happen after casually running a mountain trail over the weekend as weekend warriors usually do
Well, you really can’t deny it now: summer has come and hit our beautiful, tropical, Philippines. There is a heck of a lot of things to do here during the summer not just out in the provinces, but right here in the city as well. And by this time of the year, the city streets will be filled with people who are training for their races.
But with the recent rise of obstacle course racing or OCR, runners are challenged to add variety to their training and incorporate more types of exercises during cross training in order to help them build the skill set needed for an obstacle course race.
Obstacle races are starting to gain popularity these days as endurance athletes are wanting to explore different sports and challenge themselves even more.