My Running Gears and Accessories

running gears and accessoriesWhile running outdoors alone and all by yourself can be a dreadful experience for some, fortunately, I enjoy it. I take it as a time to reflect and enjoy the Antipolo scenery which, despite of urbanisation and development, is still a pleasure to behold. That’s despite the fact that I’ve seen that scenery for thousand times already.

What keeps me up on my toes as I do my weekend runs outdoors is of course my iPhone and the running playlist I compiled. Aside from my iPhone, other running gears and accessories that I bring along during my weekend runs and even during running events are the following: Continue reading “My Running Gears and Accessories” (2862)

Sunday Morning Run, Easy 8.5 Miles, Rolling Terrain

“Running should be a lifelong activity. Approach it patiently and intelligently, and it will reward you for a long, long time.”  -Michael Sargent

Starting from this post, I’ll be including running related quotes from famous runners before my actual blog post. This is to inspire each one of us to continue enjoying our running activities. The quote above immediately catches my attention when I was browsing through a site that list famous running quotes. Yes, I want to reap that reward and will live my life to enjoy it.

Having said all that, I now proceed with the post about my Sunday morning run. I was planning to take a different route today since I already run in Sumulong Hi-way yesterday. But I don’t want to miss the morning breeze of the Antipolo climate so I decided to run the same route again. Continue reading “Sunday Morning Run, Easy 8.5 Miles, Rolling Terrain” (880)

Saturday Afternoon Run, Easy 5 Mile, Rolling Terrain

my training ground

During weekends, I usually do my run on the rolling terrain of Sumulong Highway. Bikers know this famous route via the Valley Golf subdivision. But while others bike this route, I usually do my weekend runs here, that’s Saturday and Sunday morning most of the time. Continue reading “Saturday Afternoon Run, Easy 5 Mile, Rolling Terrain” (988)