Posts Tagged ‘Running Clinic

17
Aug
17

5th Nutrilite™ Health Run and FREE Running Clinic

Nutrilite™ Health Run is back on its fifth year and with registration fees starting at ₱250, it’s probably the most affordable race of the year!  It is also for a good cause, so what’s not to like?  Here are more details:

Registration fee starts at ₱250!

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25
Sep
14

Mizuno Run Club is back!

Attention runners around Alabang area: Mizuno Run Club will be having a session in Cuenca Court, Ayala Alabang this Sunday, September 28, 2015.  Registration is free and all you have to do is drop by at 6AM.  The session will be led by Coach Patrick Joson together with other members of Team Mizuno.

19
Jan
11

Ultra Runner Running Barefoot at the Ultra

After a very, very long time this runner finally got a chance to run the tracks of the PSC Arena (formerly Ultra).  It was an unanticipated visit, with an unexpected result.

Even my VFF got left behind!

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13
Aug
10

A Night at the Fort

Thursday, August12, 2010.  After four consecutive crazy days of overtime at the office this creature needed a break.  Yes, sitting down in front of a computer for hours on end is tiring especially if your brain does all the toiling.  After calling it a day I figured, “it’s a nice night to run.”  Of course I’d also need the approval of one of the stakeholders—the weather.

From the office I headed off to the gym and upon leaving our building, to my surprise the sky was clear.  Upon arriving at the gym I was horrified with what I saw—tons of people!  In fact all the lockers were occupied—the signs cannot be clearer: get out and run!

As part of old Thursday night habit I ran from Ortigas Center (starting in front of San Miguel compound) to Bonifacio Global City—my favorite running spot in the Metro that I haven’t been to in quite a while.  I used to be in BGC at least twice a week: Thursdays for Nike Running Clinic and eventually easy runs from the office, and Sundays for races.  Recently I can be away for months on end!  Each time I do I always see something new, kind of makes me wonder if BGC’s development gets a boost while I’m away!

Typical Thursdays route: Ortigas Center to Bonifacio High Street via EDSA - Kalayaan - 32nd

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18
Mar
10

adiNation Philippines (Ortigas Group) Pilot Run

The adiNation of Runners (aNR) Philippines is a running club with a goal to provide members with value-added training and special privileges to train and motivate them to achieve new fitness levels.  Here in Metro Manila aNR is staged initially in four locations: Ayala, Alabang, Ortigas, and Bonifacio High Street.  This program co-presented by takbo.ph.

Exclusive privileges:

  • aNR adidas specials
  • aNR running clinics
  • Coaching advice from the running clubs
  • adidas product highlights

The pilot run of the Ortigas Group was held last night in Pearl Drive in front of the University of Asia and the Pacific, headed by Luis (The Gingerbread Report).  Although there wasn’t much publicity about the event there was a good set of runners that joined the event.

Some of the participants of the pilot run with group head Luis (white visor)

Some orientation

The Ortigas Group runs every Wednesday nights (headed by Luis, 7PM onwards) in front of UAP, and Saturday mornings (headed by Rodel “The Argonaut,” 6AM onwards) in front of Tiendesitas and would cover various routes around Ortigas Center.

aNR Ortigas Group in action...

Joining the Group Run is free and you don’t need to be adidas gears to do so.  Just drop by the assembly area before the run starts, fill up the form, and you’re done!  You also get a “passport” that your group head would sign afterwards which you should keep for future runs.  Only one signature per week thought is allowed.

You can sign-up before the start of the run

More pictures from last night’s run can be viewed here via takbo.ph on Facebook.  For more information about aNR Philippines visit http://adination.takbo.ph/ or for the regional site visit http://www.adination.com/.

07
Oct
09

Race Updates: adidas King of the Road ‘09

If you still haven’t registered for this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR) it is currently ongoing in 14 sites within Metro Manila.  The race will be held on October 25, 2009 at Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City with a registration fee of P500 for all events, namely, 5K, 10K, and 21K.

adidas Running Clinic

Renowned tri-athlete and coach Ani De Leon will offer free running clinics in preparation for the adidas King of the Road.

Ani De Leon believes that running, like any other sports, requires training and preparation to avoid any unnecessary injuries or health risks especially if you are a first-time runner or someone who has health-related risks maybe due to age.

You can enjoy running at its fullest if you train and prepare for it and through adidas, Miss De Leon will train you for your run for free!

Free running clinics are scheduled every Tuesday and Thursday, 6PM-8PM from October 06–22 at the PSC (Ultra) Track Oval.  To join, simply send an e-mail expressing your interest including your contact details to adidas_kingoftheroad_2k9@yahoo.com.

mi adidas Discounts

Want a 50% discount on your next mi adidas pair?  The first 100 KOTR registrants at adidas flagship store in Greenbelt 3 will be given discount coupons (there may still be a few more left and in case it ran out a 30% discount will still be given).  Click here to find out more about mi adidas.

adidas Running Expo

For the first time, adidas will conduct a Running Expo on October 17 to 18, 2009 at the SM Megamall Megatrade Hall from 10AM–8PM for all KOTR participants.  Carbo-loading, exhibits, seminars, distribution of singlets, race bibs, presentations and a lot more surprises await all KOTR runners.

KOTR E-Group

Get the latest from adidas about the King of the Road.  Search for adidas Running Philippines in Facebook or join the e-group at http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/adidas_kingoftheroad_2k9/.

For a Good Cause

The King of the Road is for a good cause as this year, the HOPE Worldwide Philippines, Inc., an organization which upholds children protection and welfare will be its beneficiary.




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