And just like that, we said goodbye to January! It’s the first day of February, the 32nd day of the year and if you’re doing “a mile a day” program, you should’ve completed 32 miles (51.5 km) by the end of the day. For those having difficulty tracking their daily miles, I highly recommend logging…
First off, I’d like to give credit to Mark Zuckerberg for this idea. His personal challenge is to run 365 miles for the year. I’d say, maybe we could challenge ourselves to do at least 366 miles (589 km) this year (since 2016 is a leap year)?
I’ve been blogging with WordPress for seven years now but this is the first time that I got to do something with the community, albeit not in the same location per se. And for this year’s Automattic Worldwide WP 5K, I ran in Bonifacio Global City, my favorite location in Metro Manila, Philippines. View this…
It’s been ages since I last run on the road outside of races and I’m glad I finally did! I didn’t join any races for the month of September but I’m glad that something came along to motivate me out of my bed.
Races come and go but there are a few that’s more fun than the rest, and Run BGC does belong with those “fun” ones—for the 5K leg at least. But it doesn’t mean that it didn’t come with some hiccups! Here’s my Run BGC story.
After what seemed like an eternity, I’m finally back to into running. It had been more than three months since my last race, and I’m glad that Run United 2 was here to kickstart me back into sense. Here are my accounts of what I thought to be the best Run United leg so far.
Since my GF405 and I are no longer in good standing, it’s time for me to explore other options. And I didn’t just found one—I found three at my disposal!
Yes, it’s true; I found another to replace my GF…well sort of. BB is the name, and my GF has very good reason to be afraid!