Saucony Philippines has released their latest running shoes series this week. These are the Saucony Triump ISO, Saucony Hurricane ISO and Saucony Zealot ISO. Saw these three gorgeous looking running kicks and I easily fell in love with the Saucony Zealot ISO. It looks awesome and was so light at only 8.3 oz. It may not be as light as the Kinvara 5 at 7.7 oz, but you can’t barely notice the difference in their weight at all. Continue reading “Saucony Triump, Hurricane and Zealot ISO series running shoes” (27101)
Whenever I finished a marathon, a full-marathon or even a weekend LSD run, I’ve tried several pain reliever to apply on my legs and. I’ve tried medicated plasters, sprays and lotion but nothing comes close to the soothing relief that I got from using BSI Medicated Spray. Continue reading “Running product review: BSI Medicated Spray” (1657)
I received this new running shoe called Airia One. Designed by a Swedish company which is said to have more than 170 years in shoe making, Airia One running shoe claims to make you run faster. According to Airia, the Airia One’s construction was inspired by the wheel, to ensure that you achived that perfect feeling of flow when running. You can read more about the Airia Running shoe by simply following this link or read my brief review of the Airia running shoe below.
After using the Saucony Guide 7 in one marathon, two half-marathons, one 11K run and several weeks of training, I guess it’s now time for me to write a review of this running shoes. So here we go.
First thing first, coming from using the Saucony Kinvara 4 for almost a year, I could easily feel the difference between these two shoes. Technically, the Kinvara 4 is lighter than the Guide 7 and you can easily feel that difference in their weight the first time you run with the Guide 7. I definitely run faster using the Kinvara 4. But I could run longer without feeling pain and fatigue on my knees when using the Guide 7. Continue reading “Saucony Guide 7 review” (2192)
Sorry folks. But I just have to post this since I’m a big fan of her, just like the millions of Filipinos here and abroad. Yes, that’s Anne Curtis on the cover of Runner’s World Philippines’ Jan-March 2014 issue. Grab a copy this weekend but save one for me. Click on the image for a better view. Continue reading “Anne Curtis on the cover of Runner’s World Philippines Jan-March 2014 issue!” (1764)
As mentioned in my previous post, my wife is giving me a new pair of running shoes as a Christmas gift. So, I’ve been scouting for what running shoes to buy. First it has to be reasonably priced since my wife is the one paying for it and we agreed on a price. It must not be more expensive than Php 5,000. Fortunately, while most high-end running shoes are priced more than that price, there’s one which has been receiving accolades from running shoes expert – the Saucony Kinvara 4. Continue reading “Saucony Kinvara 4, Affordable and Yet Highly Praised Running Shoes” (4465)
If you’ve been joining Pinoy running events all year long for several years now, I can just imagine how many race bibs and race medals you have accumulated by now. As for me, I just keep my medals in a recycled canister while my race bibs are piled up somewhere. For quite some time now, I’ve been thinking of what to do with these old race bibs and medals.
Well, here are some ideas. 11 of them as a matter of fact. The list was prepared by Jonathan Chou of Run Society. Frankly most if not all of his ideas are great. You’ll certainly pick one or two projects to make use of your old race bibs and medals. Continue reading “Great Ideas on What to do with your Old Race Bibs and Race Medals!” (12816)
My wife is planning to buy me a new pair of running shoes as a Christmas Gift (yes, we’re not fond of surprises). So as early as now I’m scouting for the nicest shoes both in terms of functionality and aesthetics. Since July this year, I’ve been using this mid-priced Adidas running shoes which I’ve been using for training and actual runs. It has served its purpose and it’s time to give it a rest for actual runs.
So, as I said I’ve been looking around for the best running shoes to buy. But as I browsed through Amazon’s inventory of running shoes I noticed terms such as neutral shoes, stability shoes, and mid-foot strikes. These are the so-called foot types. Continue reading “Knowing Your Foot Type for the Perfect Shoe Type” (7294)
For almost a month now, I’ve been using the Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS Watch whenever I do my runs on the road. It’s an entry level GPS Watch from Garmin which records the most basic running information that most runners need to know.Take note that advanced runners will probably find this GPS Watch very basic, so if you’re one of them, you might want to look for another GPS watch.
Here’s my take on the entry-level Garmin Forerunner 10. Take note that prior to this, I used my iPhone and the Runkeeper app to track my runs, so it’s my first time to use a GPS running watch. Continue reading “Garmin Forerunner 10 Review” (7917)
Since I started running, there was not a single time that I didn’t bring my iPhone with me. It serves multipurpose whenever I run. Of course, I need a phone to contact my family especially in times of emergency. When you run outdoors, you’ll never know when you’re going to need your phone.
The last purpose of my iPhone is of course as a music player. I’ve created a running playlists containing my favorite upbeat tracks. I’ve got a couple of dozens of these songs on my running playlist which vary from David Grueta’s Titanium, to Coldplay’s La Vida loca to Happy Hour by the Housemartins. All the songs in my playlist give me the kick to keep on running. Continue reading “What’s on Your Running Playlist?” (1100)