“People empty me. I have to get away to refill.” Charles Bukowski I have read so many things about recovery. Recovery run. Recovery this. Recovery that. But sometimes recovery means following what your heart tells you so… My body and mind is all set to do all my training and races as scheduled last week. … Continue reading Emptied, But Always Refilled.
Originally posted in 2timothy.com. by Christine Ferrera I have been receiving lots of questions about Crossfit and some of the workouts that I share in my Instagram, Twitter and Facebook account. I’m sharing my own Crossfit story with hope that I get to answer most of those queries. YES. I am a Crossfitter. And I … Continue reading Yes, I Am A Crossfitter and a Runner
No matter how strong a runner you are, the going gets tough over the course of a hundred miles. You have to be mentally strong; enough to push yourself beyond your limits. There are three important commitments one has to make when joining any 100-miler race: 1) Commitment to Start; 2) Commitment to Train; and … Continue reading March for Life (Conquering the Bataan Death March)
Originally posted in 2timothy.com. by Christine Ferrera I grew up without really understanding the significance of our celebration of the Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor). Sure, I knew about the facts and characters of this day from grade school and high school. I was a History quiz bee contender then so I had to … Continue reading Bataan Death March: Lest We Forget
Today, we welcome a new writer for angperegrino. We worked together in the past for a sister company, and she leads us for regular running (although it's really more like jogging for me) every week at a neighborhood track oval. Read more about her in the About the Author box below. Welcome to angperegrino Tin! … Continue reading Endurance Sports and the Greatest Endurance Athlete