My first run happened last May 29, 2010.
This is the Kerygma Fun Run. I am a fan of Bro Bo Sanchez so, I registered on the longest distance of this event - 5K. Hahaha! My friend Mich was actually the one who insisted/forced me to join the 5K. I am hesitant at first because I dont have any idea how far that was. It was held at the MOA grounds. Thousands of people joined this event and I will never forget how fun my first run was.
In this first run, my husband and daughter were also there to support me. They are there waiting for me in the finish line. The 5K route on this event is known as the C-loop (technically it is 6K long).
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Saturday, January 15, 2011
So here are the common mistakes I have learned so far in the world of running:
Sunday, January 9, 2011
I woke up at about 3:30AM prepared everything and reached Bonifacio Global City by 5:00AM.
This is the first time that I ran without any friend with me. My running mate Mich is busy with work lately so she won't be able to run with me until next month. So its me, myself and I running and enjoying this event. I got no camera :( so I just depended on the official photographers of the event.
Friday, January 7, 2011
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
I started running at around 5:45AM and decided to run straight to the MAll of Asia. I reached MOA around 6:30AM. I ran along the Roxas Blvd, then turned right to CCP complex to Macapagal then MOA. I wore a knee and thigh support on my right leg thinking that it is more weaker than my right then I noticed while I was passing in front of the World Trade Center, I feel a little tired and a little sore on my left leg.
Having some support for your leg really does something good when your running. The pressure is so nice to feel nothing after that long run. I just got this support at the Isetan - Recto. I think I just got it at around PHP100 to PHP100 only.
Will definitely gonna wear these supports on both of my legs on Sunday where I am gonna be running 10K on the PSE Bull Run event at the Bonifacio Global City.
See you there!