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?
Running a Marathon is both exciting and scary, Relax! We've listed down the top things that might scare you and tips on how you can overcome them.
Recently we’ve been reading about fellow running/multisport enthusiasts who collapse during a race, with tragic results. While we can’t control all the conditions during race day...
So here are the top 8 gym etiquette every gym goer should follow
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.
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.
We all know that working out is good for us – it helps keep the weight off, it minimizes the risk of heart disease, it keeps us mentally alert – the benefits can go on and on. But did you know that there’s an exercise perk most people don’t really appreciate: It improves bedroom performance.
We get it, not everyone is a fan of waking up extra early in the morning, more so of the idea of actually putting on a pair of rubbing shoes and going out for a run before sunrise. But here's the thing: you don’t have to become a morning person to be a runner. You can always run at night! In fact, running in the evening has its benefits too and we listed some in this article.
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.
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.
If you’ve been running for quite some time and you haven’t broken your current PR, maybe you it’s time to go on a diet.
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.
Having a race-cation, or a race and a vacation, is definitely an exciting experience. Running and racing in a different country allows you to explore new places, cultures, and flavors while enjoying a sport that you love.
Current Heart Rate Monitor technology allows us to easily monitor our heart rates, but did you know that the heart of an average female beats faster than an average male?