It was a little more than a week ago when I received my first ever Fitbit unit, the Charge 2. My interest about Fitbit progressed after I posted their Holiday Gift Guide and I’m quite privileged to have received a Charge 2 for review. Here’s my review of the Fitbit Charge 2.
A smartphone is one of the things I can’t leave behind whenever I run: aside from GPS trackers, being able to send out messages in case of emergency is something I consider. It seems that Timex now have a device that does all that, and it fits on your wrist: the Timex® IRONMAN® ONE GPS+.
Soleus is a company known for providing affordable GPS watches and this time I got the chance to evaluate one of their best selling products, the Soleus Fit 1.0.
Soleus had just launched two new and distinct items to the Philippine market: one is the Soleus GO! which marks Soleus’ entry to the fitness band market and the other being the Soleus Pulse which is a one-of-a-kind GPS tracker that has a heart rate monitor built right into the band.
A few weeks ago, this little known place in Laguna called Cavinti held its first organized trail race. Until this race, I’ve never heard of this place. And after this race, Cavinti is a place I won’t soon forget.
After a long hiatus from GPS watches, I’m making a comeback with the Soleus Fit 1.0. Soleus is known for making sports watches that are reasonably priced, and the Soleus Fit 1.0 is not an exception. Here’s a quick glance at one of the best value for money GPS watches in the market today.
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.
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!
Austin-based watch company, Soleus Running, recently launched their new GPS 1.0 in the Philippine market, and with an SRP of ₱6,150 it is surely turning heads, including the competitors.
At long last I was finally able to get back to regular racing, and staging this comeback was with the Yamaha Run for Heroes held last July 03, 2011 at Bonifacio Global City. it may “just” be a half-marathon, but it was a race of different caliber.
I’ve ran onto the routes of Nuvali before, both on and off-road, and honestly I find it a bit boring especially when compared to natural trails of the mountains—until Valley Trail came along! It was a race with a lot of firsts, including my first DNF!