Sports and Fitness in the Camp: A Guide for Running in Camp Aguinaldo

I am compelled to write about Camp Aguinaldo again, to try to override what I wrote about a temporary ban on running at about this time last year. As one does not easily give up on something you love (and by golly, I love the camp!), running and related sports are back to normal…in fact, some roads have been opened to the general vehicular public as access roads to EDSA, Katipunan and Marikina, subject to the conditions on securing a car pass into the camp. This greater access makes it possible for more people to get back into the fitness and training modes, and yet I have this nagging feeling that a lot others have not yet experienced this running haven situated North of Manila.

Claiming no expertise in this except the the right of passage of years running, holding races and getting to understand and memorize every nook and cranny of this place fondly called “agi” (short for Aguinaldo) is where my passion for life thrives. If you are ever curious what attracts people like me and those who dare step on the sacred grounds where dignitaries have held inaugurals and ceremonies, get intimate with the camp in this 101.

The essentials:

Camp (General Emilio) Aguinaldo is a highly-secured installation being the military headquarters (GHQ or general headquarters for those in the know) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Entry into the camp, even on a personal basis, is a privilege and not a basic right as you would experience playing in the grounds of Rizal Park (Luneta). As a key government facility, the hassle of work and business dominates weekdays more than your need for a running haven – but “agi” (I don’t really know whoever started calling the camp this way) is also home to officers, soldiers and their familis who are “domicile-camped” to ensure the nation’s security day in and out.

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Hence the first thing you bring into the camp is called COURTESY. If you are coming in as a pedestrian (and this includes you and your bike!), your valid ID is the first sign that you respect the camp. If you are entering by car, DIM your lights if needed and ROLL down the driver window enough for the guards to see your head and face. Do this automatically so it becomes more a habit than compliance. I drive up the camp at least once a day and I have a way of unnerving the guards to give me back a smile as I greet them good morning/afternoon. I think the gatekeepers respect you back by sometimes managing a snappy salute.

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Courtesy is also what you need in cruising along the roads inside the camp; it’s a behavior that permeates in a military environment particularly where soldiers interface with civilians. Signages also say them all – “Slow Down for Bikers and Joggers” or “Speed Limit 30kph” (for vehicles). Military Police (MP) uses radar speed guns and can apprehend and/or fine camp violators,including illegal parkers.

Since sports and recreation are your official business at entering the camp, park only at the following designated parking areas:

  1. Parade Grounds/ Grandstand area – This is nearest from Gate 1 and very secure. There are times, though, that the PG gates will be closed to the general public, to give way to special AFP events.
  2. AFP COC (Commissioned Officers Club) – The clubhouse parking practically as near to Gate 1 as the Parade Grounds, but slots are limited and may also be off-limits at times due to military or private functions .
  3. St Ignatius Chapel – This is my favorite parking hangout because I like starting my workout with a short prayer of thanksgiving. In addition, the restrooms are decently clean (don’t look for immaculately spotless) and unless there is Simbang Gabi (series of early morning Catholic masses during Christmas season) it’s not hard to compete on parking slots with church-goers.
  4. LogCom (Logistics Command) (Golf) Driving Range – Most bikers frequent the ample parking space here, as it is nearest to the infamous rolling Daza hills. This is also less than 500m away from Gate 6.
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The Parade Grounds (image courtesy of spacebattles.com)
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The Grandstand (image courtesy whitewashed.com)

Based on current experience, there are 3 gates to enter the camp, if you are on foot or have no carpass (valid YELLOW sticker):

Gate 1 (along Boni Serrano, fronting 15th Avenue, Murphy QC) – This gate is open 24hours but gate guardians become logically more inquisitive if you are coming in for a workout after 7PM and before 5AM. The main roads have been more lit lately thus encouraging early morning or night race simulation.

Gate 3 (along EDSA, proximal to the Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club/CAGC) – This gate is open only for stickered vehicles, only up to 9PM daily.

Gate 6 (along Boni Serrano, before 20th Avenue from Katipunan Avenue) – This gate takes in outsiders but of late, there have been days when gate has not been opened at all. Another current limitation is that this gate goes on a RIGHT TURN towards Katipunan and White Plains only.

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A usual “route” of 7KM can give you an athlete’s high because of a variety of terrains on almost 100% more-forgiving asphalted roads. Daza road alone can offer you long and winding or short and steep hills, depending on what on the workout-menu for the day.

The entire camp is a plush greenery of big pollutant-absorbing mango and santol trees that certainly complement the combed greens of the in-house golf course. It also helps that there are less vehicles plying these routes, hence one can practicing good breathing technique while doing workouts.

Seldom do visitors like us stay long enough to seek for concessionaires, but if you are not in a mad-rush, there are places worth breaking the routine for:

Soldiers Mall – The row of carinderias serve typical “silog”-varieties but only in these eateries does one experience trying kambing (goat-dishes) even for breakfast.

Hole No 14 Canteen, entrance near AFPSLAI/Gate 2 – Only this canteen seem accessible to public, compared to the others which are attached to the different holes of the golf course. Cheap, staple runners foods like saging saba and hard-boiled eggs have been perennially at P10. but you might also catch chicken arroz caldo or dinuguan-puto for P30 per serving. And yes, you can buy some bottled water or energy drinks, if the food was just a furlough to a long workout or session.

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CAGC (image from golfguidephils.com)

The CAGC Clubhouse restaurant (Gate 3) opens for breakfast but you can also treat the entire team with garlic chicken and pancit canton. Now that’s refueling in style!

Some runners and bikers also end the workout with silog breakfast or sisig-beer combo, at the logcom driving range canteen.

 

Sharing the road for safety

Bikers go with the vehicular traffic flow and this is enforced by the Military Police who also prioritize runners and bikers crossing intersections and the like. Runners, however, are not mandated to use any direction. By force of habit, I always run against the flow as this helps me anticipate road conflicts. Some, including the different military groups running almost daily in the camp, usually run WITH the flow of traffic and will tend to occupy the entire lane. If you like the smell of sweat, the sound of feet-pounding on the pavement and military cadence, you may want to join these groups…just make sure you can keep up with the pace set by the cadence master.

daza1Even if the entire camp is runner-and biker friendly, keep to the gutter-side of the roads, especially along the narrow Daza roads. While motorists are patient on slow runners who may have the tendency to hug the middle of the road, bikers in groups practicing sprint will skim you off the road if needed.

Flag-raising and flag ceremony. On dry weather, from Tuesdays to Sundays, a bugler calls the attention of everyone (runner, biker, pedestrian, motorist) in the vicinity of the Parade Grounds to halt and pay respect to the flag-raising in a 30-second bugle. Mondays are reserved for the full ceremony at 7:30AM, hence it would be prudent to exit the camp earlier or risk the inconvenience of not being able to get out when the long ceremonies commence. In the past, I used the Monday flag ceremony period (which is a good 15-20 minutes) to do hills-work along Daza which is much too to get affected by the flag-raising activities.

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Segundo Avenue near the Parade Grounds

Don’t leave special water bottles and personal stuff on top of your car, while on the run or ride. While the camp has a good reputation against bukas-kotse, I have lost a bottle or two, presumably, to strangers who may think it didn’t matter (you can take the bottle, but not the cold water in it, please!)

 

What the future holds for Camp “Agui”

I must admit that I went ballistic once, when running and biking was banned inside the camp. It is but stark reality that the use of the camp as our playground and recreation is always subject to its primary purpose of being a military facility. That is why I savor each time I am given the privilege to use these grounds and treat everyone crossing my path with dignity and cheerfulness. Over the years, I have gained neighbors and confidants in both civilian and uniformed men and this gives me an assurance that I can still count more years of my life running in this special place, running with my heart!

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Finding My Way Back to Garmin: The Forerunner 220

At the cusp of the running mania circa 2009, back when Garmin GPS watches were not yet sufficiently locally distributed, I admit to having used the back-route (personal sellers) in getting for myself the latest model. With much pride, I stomped about wearing the Forerunner 610 with its amazing touch features almost on a daily basis, gobbled up every stat in Garmin Connect and self-coached myself to many exhilarating marathons for years…until I started experimenting with other brands.

Sometimes you have to experience difficulties and inconveniences, before you learn the TRUTH. Same is true with your choice of GPS running watches. While your choice must define your needs, it won’t hurt to eliminate guesswork by putting your faith and confidence on a training buddy that truly understands why you run.

Clear watch display. There is no excuse or substitute for good resolution when you are on the run and monitoring your progress. Some have BIG numbers or colored text or changing backgrounds — all trying to skirt around the issue of readability which simply boils down to resolution and sufficient internal lighting. The Forerunner 220 made me remember how I used to struggle with the other brands, especially during critical races. fr220br_product_03

Simple functional operability. I will admit that here’s a point I had a cheat. I was one of the first migrants to Garmin and have used at least 4 previous Garmin models. This experience made maneuvering around Forerunner 220 almost second-nature as soon as I strapped it on. And even if all the important statistics were already available in the watch, I was not able to resist logging onto my old Garmin Connect account, just to be able to download the workouts and get more detailed. I think this is why Garmin claims that having a Forerunner 220 is like having a personal coach,  making all the analytics lead to better training days.

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Lightweight and snug wristband. I used to joke a lot about wearing the old Garmin models that look and felt like a computer in my wrist! But Garmin’s timely evolution to hinged wristbands has made girl-runners like me debunk the myth about Garmin being biased to male runners. The snug feel in small wrists (again, like mine) is nicely complemented by a silky-smooth-soft band. The choice of using silicone minimizes allergic response to those sensitive to rubber, plastic or even velcro straps.

 

Fast GPS lock-in. This is where one appreciates the Forerunner 220, as high-sensitivity GPS locks in superiorly faster than its more affordable, entry-to-training level competitors. As long as an initial fix-time has already been established, Forerunner 220 defies atmospheric and man-made interferences by staying true to its quick lock in time. Having tested this baby on 3 different locations for the past 3 weeks, I got a lock-in time of 5 seconds, on the average! It certainly would, however, be an exciting experiment to compare GPS alone versus GPS+GLONASS, a feature that is making waves in more recent Garmin GPS models, filling the gaps for not just fast lock-ins, but also fast fix-ins — anytime, anywhere.

GLONASS or “Global Navigation Satellite System”, is a Russian technology designed to further improve the accuracy of GPS.

Fast-forward to NOW, across thousands of kilometers over many races and having tried quite a number of commercially-available GPS watches, it is only fitting that I reunite with Garmin, whose expertise in  the game has evolved with the times.

This baby Forerunner 220 has not only proven to be a training buddy and an objective coach. On the run, I look forward to MILESTONE MOTIVATORS that make each workout so personal, simply because there’s a Garmin on my wrist.

Forerunner 220 – Product Features & Specifications 

Physical & Performance

Unit dimensions, WxHxD 1.8″ x 1.8″ x 0.5″ (4.5 x 4.5 x 1.2 cm)
Display size, WxH 1.0″ (2.54 cm) diameter
Display resolution, WxH 180 x 180 pixels
Touchscreen
Weight 1.4 oz (40.7 g)
Battery rechargeable lithium-ion
Battery life up to 6 weeks in watch mode; up to 10 hours in training mode
Water resistant (50m)
GPS-enabled
High-sensitivity receiver

For more information:

Please visit the Ph website : http://ph.garmin.com/

Or visit the Garmin Stores:

Garmin SM Megamall, 2nd Floor Atrium, Mandaluyong City (in front of La Lola)

Garmin Glorietta, 3rd Floor Glorietta 5, Makati City

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Now, if you’re ready to take it to the NEXT level, watch this in awe!

Soleus Philippines Sabor Latino 100%: A Dancing Kind of Runners High

I have the impression that most, if not all, runners like or have an inclination towards dancing. It is, after all, the same kind of happy hormones, the same increase in heart rate as you move from simple to more complicated and intense steps, the same blood rushing to the cheeks and same clean sweat glistening out of pores all over one’s body – as one experiences in running.

An important parallel fact is that both running and dancing can be done solo or in groups. But why go solo, when you can enjoy great company in a…dancefest!

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SOLEUS PHILIPPINES GOES SABOR LATINO 100%!

Who can better be at the forefront of dancing and running in a singlet event than Soleus?

Soleus Running Philippines proudly welcomes new addition to the Soleus Family, William Flores, international fitness extraordinaire – to bring that unmistakably Latin flavor to the Soleus Running Dancefest on Feb 4, 2017 at the SM Mall of Asia.

Run 5k, 10k or 21k but don’t stop there. Dancing, gyrating, pumping up the adrenaline begins at 6:30AM when the fun will double up.

Make sure you bring those running feet to its “dancingest” best yet.

William_Flores_image01.jpgWilliam Flores is world-renowned for his credentials as an  experienced dancer of ballet, modern dance, jazz, reggaeton, salsa, cumbia, folk dance, merengue and hip hop. This has led to his being an International Zumba® Fitness instructor and a great performer for almost 4 years now.

Bringing Sabor Latino 100% (ciento por ciento) into Philippine soil translates to an energy level in dancing and zumba unprecedented even among zumba events.

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Let running and 100% latino-inspired dancing be your passion for a day that you can’t miss!

For more info and details, visit: https://www.facebook.com/soleus.ph

The Soleus Signature Series: Inspiring and Motivating Runners

kara book.jpgBack in 2009 when I started this journey called running, Olympian and elite marathoner Kara Goucher inspired me most, to get more serious and competitive without getting lost in the things normal women love – family, home, friends, me-time and love-time (not necessarily in that order). I spent hours reading running books and my personal favorite was Kara’s Running for Women : From First Steps to Marathon, ed 2011, simply because I honestly felt she was talking about me and my desire to become a somebody by finishing my first marathon in 2010.

Of course running is not all about idolizing and reading books because it came to pass that I will eventually search for tools that will help me achieve more competitive goals. It’s such a pity that back in those days when GPS watches were unheard of, even the most sophisticated running watch used just internal speedometer to give you a semblance of pace – but everything was priced way about the pay-brackets of newbie runners.

Lucky the runners of this generation that they can have both Soleus Elite Kara and a run-specific GPS watch, at pocket-friendly prices that will surely support theory-to-practice PR goals. Look at how this sleek GPS ONE snugly fits in my wrist and ready to run with me!

 

The recently-launched Soleus Signature Series profiles different levels of the runners in training, who may be on their way to longer distances and faster speeds! ♥

 

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KARA GOUCHER

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Level up your game with this special edition GPS One, designed in collaboration with Soleus Elite, Kara Goucher. This Goucher designed GPS One boasts of  star designed mask and a signature backing.

Get one more kilometer in, set one more PR, take one more run with GPS ONE. One button push gets you started on your run. 8 Hours of GPS battery life and a low profile case design for comfort keep you focused on getting you the Kilometers. Track your distance, pace, speed, and recharge for your next run or marathon. SRP at Php 4950. slide5

NICK SYMMONDS

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Chase your speed demons on the roads and track. This special edition Contender was designed in collaboration with Soleus Elite, Nick Symmonds. The custom watch back features Symmond’s signature and, like it’s namesake, will have you breaking records in no time.

At Soleus, we know your training doesn’t end when you cross the finish line. There’s always another race to win, PR to set, or moment to make. That’s why we created the Contender – For those of us who are always in training. SRP Php 3450.slide11

 ALYSIA MONTANO

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Time-based interval training is a basic training method and this special edition Chicked, designed in collaboration with Soleus Elite, Alysia Montaño, can be your training partner. Channel your inner Flying Flower with the custom watch back featuring Alysia’s signature and silhouette.  SRP Php 2950. slide8

SOLEUS ensures we stay inspired and motivated in training and racing with these signature watch series, available at L Timestudio boutiques, SM, Robinson’s and Landmark Department Stores.

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SOLEUS = INSPIRATION to MOTIVATION = PROGRESS = SUCCESS.

GIRLS RUN THE WORLD #RTWG2016

quotesgram.jpgYou can ignore her, tease her, bypass or try to stop her — but GIRLS, those strong determined type, will always run your life. We used to be called the weaker sex but now we’ve evolved and compensated in so many more ways that the only thing weak about us is still an inhibition towards instant leadership; that, in ways we cannot always understand, is a role that is offered to men first, like a glove.

In a paternalistic world, competing as women is always a backstory of trying times and failure..and that whatever success achieved is always hard-earned and forever-cherished. Remember how these women inspired and motivated us to brave our passion? (http://www.viralnova.com/important-women/)

Oprah Winfrey‘s rag-to-riches to become the first African-American woman billionaire embodies the American Dream and encompasses the Woman of the World ideal.

In 1967, when women were not into sports, Katherine Switzer became the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, even if  the (male) race organizers tried to stop her mid-race.

And who could forget Amelia Earhart as the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in 1928. She attempted a circumnavigational flight of the globe in 1937, but mysteriously disappeared.

From our own backyard, we even have everyday heroines in our midst who prove that our place in the sun is no longer a question of gender. http://wethepvblic.com/9-strong-independent-filipinas-who-inspire-every-day/#.WBcJMfl97IU

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Charo Santos-Concio is an accomplished Filipina media executive, host, occasional actress, television and film producer.

Lea Salonga does everything from acting, coaching and judging on TV, waxing records, to doing movies and plays nowadays. But eternally note-worthy was her phenomenal award-winning role as Kim in the worldwide famous Miss Saigon.

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Ani De Leon-Brown is the most down-to-earth female coach-triathlete in the planet. Marriage, family and motherhood have only paved the way for this podiumer to achieve more and help even others better.

 

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Coach Ani deleon-Brown
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Mish Maravilla for GoBreastFeed.com

A few years ago, Mish Maravilla was a head-turner in races for her beauty and performance. But she made a choice to prioritize family so everything else took a backseat, except being an ambassador-advocate of breastfeeding, after she gave birth to Alessandra Michelle almost two years ago.

 

 

Are you ready to have FUN: Run the World GIRLS 11.20.16

March is International Women’s Month but here’s the final salvo this year, at celebrating womanity in the most fun way! Let’s RUN THE WORLD GIRLS! on November 20, 2016 at Camp Aguinaldo QC.

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Empowered and highly inspired female runners take a shot at wearing a tutu on as they navigate a 7.5KM ot 15KM course.

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Unique also to this race as it is to most women, is our leaning towards a buddy or a bestfriend in life, hence RTWG offers a 15KM Buddy category.

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Highlight of this event, on top of a girl-competitive race, is a RACE EXPO of best-loved products and services and FREEBIES – to give the WOMAN of the house this day to unwind and have a much-deserved treat!

Registration is on-going:

1. IN STORE REGISTRATION: During Mall Hours

Garmin SM Megamall
2nd Floor Atrium
In front of La Lola

Garmin Glorietta
3rd Floor Glorieta 5
beside Gilligans

2. via BANK DEPOSIT (CASH & DATED CHEQUES ONLY):

1. Deposit your registration payment OVER THE COUNTER or through electronic funds transfer to:

A. Bank Name : BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (BPI)
Account Name : RUNDEZVOUS INC
Account Number : CA 2431-0082-14

B. Bank Name : BANCO DE ORO (BDO)
Account Name : PROMAX BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC
Account Number : SA 3501-762-99

Take a photo, scanned copy or screenshot of your deposit slip/transaction and email to girlsloverunning@gmail.com with subject: RTWG (Category) for payment validation.

For more info, please contact Sheryl Q: 0915-1978511 or send a message at our FB Page Run the World Girls.

(Sponsors and Partner Credit in Part 2)

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Dwell in Possibility: Li-Ning Manila Run 12.03.16

I love mornings because the beginning of a brand-new day sets the stage for possibilities. Instead of stress and complications, possibilities of seeing things in a new light seep into our consciousness. Where there seemed endless reasons to worry the night before, possibilities of alternatives and even solutions make the load and work ahead more manageable. And where there was increased heart rate and muscle soreness in yesterday’s workout, possibilities of renewed strength brings fresh hope and a better understanding of body and mind.

li-ning-manila-run-2016-logoThat’s why the Li-Ning Manila Run is set to unfold its 2016 edition at the break of dawn on December 3, 2016, Saturday , along the panoramic view of Metro Manila at the SM Mall of Asia. The possibilities of being with friends and family, having a great time and even breaking your PR (personal record) may be statistically significant and highly achievable!

The very first Li-Ning Manila Run was held last year, June 28, 2015, at Seaside Boulevard and Palm Coast Avenue in Mall of Asia Pasay City. Thousands of participants composing of run enthusiasts and first-time runners, local and foreign athletes, professionals and students, children and the physically challenged runners, answered the call to help promote the brand’s campaign “make your own way” by wearing the different colorful designs of the Li-Ning Quick Dry singlets.

This year, the emerging global sports brand takes your journey to a different level of possibilities.

A specially designed Quick Dry singlet is included in the 5 KM, 10 KM and 21 KM racekits.

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li-ning-manila-run-2016-medalsAll runners in all categories will receive medals and loot bags. Top finishers per category will receive special prizes.

There is an ongoing online registration at goorahna.com.

 

Store registration is available at the following shops:

  • Li-Ning SM MOA
  • Li-Ning Solenad
  • Juego Sports Paseo de Sta Rosa
  • Juego Sports Trinoma
  • Juego Sports SM North Edsa Annex
  • Juego Sports ATC
  • Juego Sports Greenbelt 4
  • Juego Sports Market Market
  • Juego Sports SM Fairview
  • Olympic Village Market Market
  • Olympic World Trinoma
  • Olympic Village Robinsons Place Manila
  • Olympic Gold Robinsons Galleria
  • Olympic World ATC

For information and details, please visit the facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LiNing.Philippines/

Dwell in possibilities as you race and validate why runners have crossed the impossible! After all, anything is possible – Li-Ning!

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LMR 2016 is brought to you by Li-Ning, one of the leading sports brands in Asia. Li-Ning provides high quality sporting goods like footwear, apparel, accessories, and equipment –designed for both professional and leisure sports.

The company is endorsing numerous athletes and sports teams worldwide. The top endorsers of the brand are Lin Dan, Olympic Gold Medalist in badminton and Dwayne Wade, the top basketball player of the NBA team Chicago Bulls.

Li-Ning has come a long way since it was founded in 1990 by a former Olympic gymnast Li Ning. Li-Ning products are targeted for enthusiasts of running, basketball, badminton, football, tennis, and sports fitness.

 

The Inevitable is here: Clark Cardimax Ultramarathon, September 3-4, 2016

Very few races are as organized and thorough sa Clark-Cardimax. One actually hears the buzz on the year’s edition more than 6 months pre-race. This does not just reflect meticulous preparations but puts due emphasis on runners needs above everything else – when it comes to ultra-racing.

The past months have been nothing short of seriously fun training, moving forward to the event on Sunday, Sept 3-4 at the Clark Freeport Zone. Who can forget the indoctrination at bootcamp level that began all the way back May 2016, with such industry stalwarts as Atty Jon Lacanlale (RD, FatAss races) tackling ultramarathoning basics, Francis Diano (Pace Prehab and Recovery) showing us how to best recover and recharge and seasoned ultrarunners sharing their experiences.

Then came a series of groundwork with progressive longruns all over the City, made more doable with the help of the top running teams like Rhina Sison and Ayala Triads. Of course, the culminating activity was the race briefing conducted recently at the actual race venue in Clark, giving Race Yaya’s Iris Torcula and Tin Ferrera more intimacy with their captive market of eager-beavers!

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longrun with Team Momentum Milers

At day’s end it will come to this. You will run and race. You may suffer some, in silence, but there will be MORE moments of pure bliss, especially when manna, in the form of rains, come from the heavens.

For now, stay informed and keep active. After all, ultramarathoning is really about going back to basics – left foot, right foot and you’re closer to your ultra-destination, one  foor at a time!

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SAFETY is key in ultra-races! Scouting 101 rules.

 

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You can’t be a RUNNER is you can’t keep TIME.
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Sometimes its not all about what you get after the race; it’s also about how you REFUEL during the race!

An early BIG THANK YOU, Race Yaya, for bringing an epic race to life again!

For more information:

https://web.facebook.com/ClarkUltramarathonRace/