Hello triathletes! The first ever full-distance Ironman in the Philippines is less than a month away. How’s your training going? Joining this epic event or not, here are some tips for those preparing for their big event.
This year, my running goal is to complete at least 365 miles (587.41 km) of running. And since it’s so easy to lose track on mileage, I made this guide on how much I should be doing by date in terms of both miles and kilometers. If your goal is similar to mine, hope this…
It’s inevitable that every once in a while we experience “downtime.” I’ve been using the pool practically every day lately to help improve my newly acquired swimming skills, and now my body is forcing me to rest. Anyhow, this downtime gives me a different opportunity to “train.”
After ten (10) intense personal training sessions of Fitness First’s Let’s Get Personal program, it’s time to check my results. Are ten sessions enough?
RIP:60 Master Coach Tim Church held a workshop last Monday, October 14, 2013 at Gold’s Gym Acropolis aimed primarily at athletes and trainers. I was indeed lucky to have had the opportunity to be instructed by a RIP:60 Master Coach by being part of this workshop.
Triathlon coach Ani de Leon-Brown shares her foolproof tips to getting run-ready for the KOTR: With this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR) coming up this September 30, it’s time to begin your preparations for the run.