Outrunning Expectations: Rexona Run 2012

The Rexona Run 2012 was one of the most challenging races I had recently and by not expecting much, I was quite surprised that I had outran my conservative expectations.  Here’s the story of my 21K experience.

Sleepless in Manila: Completing the Run United Trilogy

The “Afroman” distance of 32K was the highlight of last leg of the Run United Trilogy, and to buy time for some leisure runners of this event, the race was held very early at 3AM!  It’s so early that it was a “no-sleep” race for me. View this post on Instagram 32K. And they call…

Preparing Yourself for the 2012 adidas King of the Road

Triathlon coach Ani de Leon-Brown shares her foolproof tips to getting run-ready for the KOTR: With this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR) coming up this September 30, it’s time to begin your preparations for the run.

A Trip to the Chiropractor at InterCare Makati

I have never been to a chiropractor before because honestly, I don’t know what it was exactly for, but when I had the chance to try it out at InterCare (Makati) I didn’t think twice and found out what it was all about.

Excited with my Afro

I’m so excited (or “scared” more appropriate?) with my Run United 3 “Afroman” (32K) race next week (already?!) that my hair started growing fast and started to curl!

Ped Xing

Metro Manila residents may not notice it but traffic lights in progressive cities are now being replaced by more energy efficient LEDs.  Aside from having more even and brighter lighting than the old incandescent traffic lights, these new LED traffic lights have new tricks up their sleeves: most have timers on how long before the…