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Tagged With: Malaysia

UA Team PH Female Bets Rule Test of Will Finals

Hundreds of athletes tested their will in the region and in the end, Ph bets Zoe and Noelle take the top two spots for the ladies division. Merwin and Derrick placed 4th and 5th, respectively in the male division. Team UA Philippines showed that the country is a fitness hub with the fittest athletes in the region. Continue reading »

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Do Not Be Afraid of The Dark With Fitletic Headlamps

One of the Newest Products of #Fitletic is their headlamps and I was lucky enough to try The Fitletic Vivid Runners Headlamps. It’s quite a journey with this headlamp as I was able to use it to run Mt. Pulag at the Cordillera Mountain Run while trying to catch the Sun to Rise. I was able to complete the Energizer Night Trail in Singapore and I was able to surpass the night and early morning portion of the trek going to and from Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysia. I’m no longer afraid of the dark as Fitletic can really light up your way even on the darker parts of the road or trails. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Kinabalu (Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia)

Mountains are not meant to be conquered but by climbing it we conquer ourselves – our own limits, fears and inhibitions. The climb humbles as with its tough terrain that make us revisit our sanity, patience and perseverance. It also gives us a better appreciation of the beauty of nature at its raw form. Trekking Mt. Kinabalu’s 4,095 meters of elevation is really tough but each difficult step makes you stronger and in a better condition to reach and appreciate the out-of-this-world view from the top of Mt. Kinabalu. #TaleOfTheTrail Continue reading »

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Pinoy Triathletes All Set for Ironman Langkawi

“An Ironman distance is 3.8 kilometers (2.4 miles) of Swim, 180 kilometers (112 miles) of Bike and 42.2 kilometers (26.2 miles) of Run.  More than the distance, that also takes months or even a year of preparation mastering the three disciplines and also nutrition to be able to surpass this physical and mental challenge. 124 … Continue reading »

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Travel Tips Around the World # 2

In tradition of one of my first blogs Travel Trip Around the World, I am now finally able sit down and digest the next few years of travel on the tips and experiences I got during those travels.  I’ve been lucky enough to have a 6-10 a year out of the Country trips the past … Continue reading »

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Picture Speaks Louder than Words

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