Let me start this post by applauding everyone who completed the recent Run United Philippine Marathon! Congratulations! Here’s my look back on this event that brought me back to running a full marathon after more than three years of hiatus!
Are you running the full marathon (42.195K) leg of the Run United Philippine Marathon 2015? Are you aiming to finish in six hours the most? If you answered yes to both these questions, feel free to join our pace group tomorrow. Here’s our game plan to accomplish this:
I had just returned from a wonderful pacer duty as I write this post and I think I can still feel that “runner’s high.” Did not set any new personal best. Did not take home that enviable Run United 1 Finisher’s Medal. But I feel great! Here’s my story.
Nothing beats the feeling of being appreciated and this Christmas season, I felt really appreciated by Unilab Active Health when they staged a surprise party for us bloggers with their bloggers’ appreciation night. It was such a fun night, and I’m sharing it here for posterity.
My racing season for the year officially ended with the Run United Enervon HP Recovery Run. It’s one of the most unique races I’ve ever joined, and here are some of the reasons why.
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.