When I started running I had no idea about picking the “right” shoe and just wore whichever fits me well and looks “decent” enough. In fact, I don’t think that what I wore during my first race were running shoes! (They were most likely badminton shoes that I wore when that was the “it” sport.) …
Shoe Review: FILA Skele-toes Glide
FILA recently joined the trend of having “foot gloves” with their Skele-toes line and I’m glad to be one of the early adopters of one of their latest models, the Glide. Here are my thoughts.
My First 16.8K Race with adidas King of the Road 2012
The recently concluded adidas King of the Road 2012 is probably the most “international” race in the Philippines so far this year with runners coming from all over the world, one of the most colorful, and has one of the best finisher’s medals. Here’s the story of my first 16.8K race.
Outrunning Expectations: Rexona Run 2012
The Rexona Run 2012 was one of the most challenging races I had recently and by not expecting much, I was quite surprised that I had outran my conservative expectations. Here’s the story of my 21K experience.
Shoe Review: Merrell Trail Glove
Merrell recently introduced to the Philippine market their Barefoot Collection and I was lucky enough to win a pair of their segment for trails, the Trail Glove. At first glance it looks like a regular pair, but given its name with a matching Vibram name on its sole, it had got to be much more…
Merrell Barefoot Collection Arives in the Philippines
Merrell Philippines has finally released their “barefoot” collection to the local market! Of course it’s not the “real” barefoot running (which means absolutely no footwear) but minimalist running to be more accurate. What’s with all the fuzz about minimalist running? Here’s a brief story courtesy of Merrell: