Hamilo Coast is just beautiful, but hiding behind its scenic coastlines and terrains lie some of the toughest trails I’ve ever been to, and the recent Salomon XTrail Run was just one of the toughest trail runs I’ve ever had.
Archive for March, 2013
Time flies so fast and before we know it, it’s already the middle of March! New Year seemed like yesterday and with all the crazy work that I have in the office I didn’t notice the first leg of the Run United 2013 series coming. Of course I wouldn’t just let RU1 slip just because I got “lazy!”
Race results for the recently concluded first leg of Run United 2013 is now available online! You may view the results here.
To all the finishers, Congratulations! 🙂
(Continued from Part 1) The following day was a total opposite of the day before: it begun with rains and for the most part cloudy. Just as when I was seriously considering running barefoot on the beach!
After what seemed like eternity, at long last, I was able to return to Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro last March 02, 2013 to officially kick off (at least for me) the summer season for the year!
Everyone knows that emergencies occur when we least expect them, and sometimes getting vital information about the patient outright could mean the difference between life and death. Some would argue that an ID is enough but in situations when you don’t have your ID with you (like that casual jog for example), how many of us remember to bring “In case of emergency” (ICE) info? This is where ICE tags are most useful—it provides emergency responders quick access to our vital information in case we needed them.