I recently got my hands on the latest smart band from Xiaomi, the Mi Smart Band 6. Here’s my review after spending two weekends with it.
When my Fitbit Charge 2 retired, I decided to replace it with an Inspire HR instead of a Charge 3. Here are my reasons why and how it fares after a year and a half of use.
Towels are usually one of the things we don’t think much about when it comes to working out—until I encountered Tesalate’s antimicrobial workout towel. Here’s my review.
A few weeks ago, I visited sports retailer Decathlon to stock up on some swimming gears. One of the items I got is a pair of goggles from their in-house brand, Nabaiji. Here’s my review.
I’ve been wanting to post this review of the Under Armour HOVR Phantom for the longest time but I’ve been hesitant as I’ve only used it a few times. Nonetheless, I think I have enough feedback to make a quick review, so here we go.
I tend to keep my outdoor runs as simple as possible and that includes my eye wear, or lack of preference thereof. More often than not, I’m pretty much contented with the photochromic lenses of my eye glasses, until I rediscovered the joy of polarized lenses with the Revo Cusp S.
The iPhone X will go on sale real soon in the Philippines and if you’re one of those considering this phone as your next, here’s my quick review.
I’ve always enjoyed going to the mountains but it’s been a very long time since my last climb. Probably the closest thing I can do in place of that is a trail run, so I always look forward to Salomon X-Trail Run. Here’s my recap:
I’m back once again for another pacer duty, this time with the 21K leg of Takbo.ph Run Fest 2017. Here’s my recap of one of the most festive running events of the year.
It’s been like forever since I’ve last done a race in Bonifacio Global City that’s why I’m very thankful for Maxicare Run 2017 which used the classic BGC race routes. Without further ado, here’s my recap.
We stayed at City Center Hotel for the latter half of our impromptu Baguio trip. This isn’t my first time to stay here so it’s a good chance to see what’s changed since then.
One of the hotels we stayed in during our impromptu Baguio trip is Casa Vallejo. This property dates back to 1909 so it has that “old world” charm that drew us to it. Here’s my review of the oldest hotel in Baguio City.