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Hot or Cold Compress?

When you get into an injury doing fitness activities like running, biking, climbing, or going to the gym, you normally hear people saying to apply hot or cold compress over the injury, but when do you use hot or cold?

9 Common Mistakes Running Newbies Make

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.

Manulife Angkor Wat Half-Marathon Race-cation Tips

In just a few days from now, a small group of bloggers and media practitioners will fly to Cambodia to experience the local culture and participate in the upcoming Angkor Wat Half-Marathon together with the Manulife Team.

5 Simple Safety Tips for Solo Runners

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!

5 Things to do in Baguio before and after a Race

You know you’re a runner when you bring your running gear with you when you go out of town; or when you are always on the lookout for out of town races.

8 Last Minute Gift Ideas to Dad this Father’s Day

Thinking of what to give your Dad or Husbands gets difficult at times. He, who works and provides for the family is what he constantly does, and nothing’s better than giving him a gift that he will appreciate more than anything.

Top 5 Quirky Running Terms

Running is not all about the technicalities and medals. The most compelling reason that we get along with our fellow runners is the struggles we share during training, and of course all the feelings and emotions that we experience while training, racing, and recovering.

SUNSCREEN 101: 6 Tips You Should Know this Summer

Make sure you pick a sunscreen with at least SPF 30+ which can protect you from 97% of UVB rays when applied correctly.

But First, Coffee

We Filipinos are avid coffee drinkers. We drink coffee for almusal, merienda, and even at night when we’re faced with long hours of work ahead. Coffee, for us, is the source of a much-needed energy boost in the morning and the perfect drink to our merienda.

5 Gadgets to Help You Run in the Rain

Gone are the days when the sun is up and the tank tops are out. For weeks now, we have experienced intermediate to heavy rainfall signaling the end of summer and the beginning of the “tag-ulan” season. But does that really change how frequent runners train?

Conquering Your First Aquathlon

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.

5 Finish Line Moments at the TBR Dream Marathon

Besides being exclusive to 1st and 2nd time Marathoners, another main reasons why The Bull Runner Dream Marathon is so special is that...

How do you Run Faster?

Are you serious about doing your first full marathon or just a weekend warrior like myself, knowing some tips on how to run faster might be well worth the time. Running faster is not simply the matter of running faster, it takes some combination of planning and training.

7 Ways Yoga can help make you a better Athlete

Many see yoga as a gentle form of exercise that focuses mainly on stretches and breathing practices. While this does apply to some styles, many other types of yoga bring more benefit to the body than just flexibility and a relaxed mind.