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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Vlog: Why Team Runner Rocky Join the Runrio Trilogy 2017?

Team Runner Rocky, the boygroup of sports and digital community takes part in the relaunch of Runrio's running event series, the Runrio Trilogy 2017.

And this Sunday, June 25, 2017, the team pioneers in running the first leg of the trilogy which will take place in Okada Manila

New race route, quality tech shirt, running event with an international caliber, what more do you think are the reasons why Team Runner Rocky will run and support this running event?!

Well, let's hear each member of the group as they express their side joining and supporting this event. Here we are:

Yes of course, aside from fitness and lifestyle, part of the proceeds of this race will also be given to the chosen charity.  As they say, "tumakbo ka na, nakatulong ka pa!"

Run with Team Runner Rocky and Complete Your Runrio Trilogy

So see you all this Sunday and let us be your inspiration in completing the race! Enjoy and feel this brand new race! 06/24/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Quezon Coast to Coast 100 Miles: An Enduring Classic

Completing a long distance run more than an ultramarathon is not that easy specially when you're conquering a 100 Mile Distance. But for our ultramathoner idol Rodel Tecson Florendo, he courageously took this challenge amidst of a flood and a heavy rain.

And here is his story written by him sharing his inspiring experience conquering the race. Let's check this out:    

Sixteen of us stood at the start: I see barrel-chested ultramarathoners dressed in white technical shirts, et some are wearing black et apple green. Hydration vests on their back. Everybody is solemnly fixing every detail on their running gears. I see enthusiasm et eagerness on their faces. I couldn't help but recall the many moments from my youth when my mother et I were busy preparing the goods we just brought from Cagayan to Ilocos to sell it in various places in Dingras Ilocos Norte. Now at my prime years et my mother at her golden years, I fully understood why she kept on doing those hard-earned living during her prime years. At present time here in Infanta, I'm uncertain what lies within the next 100miles. I just stood firmly on the ground. At some point, I asked myself, is it worth to run this far? What should I get from it if I finished et crossed the finish line? Still very profound to me. All I knew, I'm ready to take off! June 10, 2017 at exactly 4:30AM, when the Heavens pour continuous heavy rains to the earth, we left Infanta Quezon.

This race, like many great endeavors, just like with my mother during my youth as we walked on the rice paddies in Ilocos to reach the different barrios, began to take shape. I ran quietly, not fast nor slow, just enough speed to warm my chillin body. The heavy rain has not stopped. My friendMclan Obi et I were leading the pack but at some point at KM10, he gave-up. Then I reached the infamous Tignoan Bridge, this landmark is where my first agony begins. 

The elevation is too high that I couldn't run with the pace I wanted. I just walked as fast as I could. With a little help from my both legs, I just enjoyed the beautiful sceneries of Real Quezon with the continuous heavy rain showering me from above. I looked at upon my back, I saw a runner chasing me et he's only 400m behind. It wasn't my friend Mclan Obi. I ran though my legs were aching. I reached the highest peak of Real et this marks KM28 of the race route. 

My support crews were waiting me there. I took some boiled potatoes et water et ran again. It's 8AM. The weather began to get better. It's downhill, my forte. I couldn't help but to take my first selfie :) From here, it's 30KM to the town of Famy et I should be there by 12NOON to have my lunch. From KM40 to KM60 was where the fearless battle of two Warriors began. The runner who was chasing me just after the Tignoan Bridge had outran me 5 times! But, I reclaimed my position 4 times because the last moment he had outran me, I gave up. I couldn't longer endure his endurance. It's 5KM to reach the KM60 mark in Famy. My left foot was already in pain. I'm using my Asics shoes et it's not comfortable to use when it's wet. I just continue my slow pace, I preserved my energy for I know he will also have his lunch in Famy. 

I reached Famy according to my target time of 12NOON. Took my Bulalo lunch, changed my shoes et wore my Altra. He then left Famy 15mins ahead of me. No more rain, but still cloudy. Perfect  weather. I walked, ran, alternating because I'm still in full. I reached Paete et I asked a local if he saw a runner, et said, the runner had already passed by 30mins ahead of me. So I began formulating my Plan B. 30mins of continuous running could take you 4KM away, et that's not an easy job to an exhausted runner like me.

Meanwhile, I received a txt message from my ever supportive mentor, sister, team-mate, support crew, manager (lol), all in one, that the runner who had outran me 5 times is a 2 time H1 finisher et a runner-up of a 240KM ultramarathon race! Deyymmmm! This runner must be so tough! But, teka lang ha, H1 din kaya ako, kaso pacer nga lang pero Champion naman ang pi-nace ko at #TeamAmihan pa! May laban tayo dyan #newbie!:) Seriously, from the moment I knew that he's a trail runner; I formulated my Plan B easily. I ran as fast as I could for 20 mins, never stopped a single moment. Et upon reaching the intersection going left, the Lumban-Cavinti road, I saw him there eating together with his crews. The momentum is now within me. But I sat with them, took a bit rest, took my energy bar et liquids, it's time to play fo the 6th times. But we're facing our second agony; the Lumban-Cavinti road going to Caliraya is horrible! Not runnable! Well, we're both exhausted at KM75. But, the moment I reached the peak of that road, I ran again as fast as I could. Et never saw him again until our last battle, for the 7th times at the last 17KM to the finish line.

Fast forward, I reached Cavinti town proper just before the world gets dark. This mark KM97 of the route. I'm already terribly exhausted; my systems now begin to shut down. I thought, my second agony in Cavinti was the last, but it was not. The road going to Louisiana was as horrible as the one in Cavinti. I didn't have my headlamp also because I forgot to get it from my support crew when they headed ahead of me to Lucban to prepare my dinner. Holy shit! I was walking-running in the darkness alone with so much astray dogs in every houses! I have my CP with me but I need to preserve the batt. I had my headlamp back at past 8PM when my support crew headed back to Cavinti to look upon the other runners. Just a 1.5KM before reaching the town proper of Louisiana, a van suddenly stopped across the street. I couldn't easily recognized the people inside but I just stopped, but when I heard a voice calling-out my name, it was ate Gudelia Marcelo of Sariaya Runners! They handed me Tamales, soda et water. When they saw me along that road, I almost wanted to give up et just wanted to wait whoever runner who would take my position. Louisiana town proper marks KM107 of the race route.

Fast forward again, I need to reach the town of proper of Lucban et it's 13KM from Louisiana. At 10PM of July 10, I reached Lucban. This marks KM120 of the race route. My pacer brad Bac Navarro was there waiting. I ate my dinner et took a 10 mins sleep. Last 40KM to the finish line in Mauban. We reached Tayabas City at past 12MN of June 11. This marks KM131 I think. We rested for a while in a convenient store, bought waters, ate some chocolates. This is where the final battle begins - the final leg. We ran, we walked, most of the time power walk. Before reaching the Mainit Hot Spring, heavy rains began to pour again. The road just after the bridge near the Hot Spring was already flooded. Good thing, there was a shaded open house with a jeepney inside, so I positioned myself at the tail end of the jeepney et took a nap. Maybe after 15 mins of shallow sleep et the rain has not yet stopped my pacer suddenly woke me up, telling me that the trail runner is fast approaching et just before I opened my eyes, he had outran me again, for the 7th times! Last 17KM to the finish line, my headlamp was broken in Tayabas, flooded road along Mainit Hot Spring, continuous heavy rains again at 4AM in the very cold morning of July 11. 

All the hard-earned sacrifices of my mother when were young suddenly flashback at the back of my mind why she'd just kept on doing those almost impossible to do by small woman, that she would carry a bundle of Walis Tambo on top of his head with a sack of coconut on her one hand with a bag of our baon on the other hand. My role? I would carry our water et guide her as she walked along the rice paddies in Dingras. She just wanted to give to her children the best that she could ever give as a mother. It's was like I'm dreaming far beyond my youth. I just woke-up into reality, I suddenly grabbed the headlamp of my pacer, no words between me et my pacer, he just nodded his head et said "Goodluck brod"! Et I ran as fast as I could like an Urban Gazelle et never looked back! 4:05AM, 17KM left, I reached the finish line at 6:04AM of June 11, 2017.  The first runner to cross the finish line in Mauban Quezon.

I chose QCC as my very first one hundred miles than any other one hundred miles foot race I know. QCC is a story of my life too. The flat terrains, uphills, downhills beautiful sceneries of Laguna et Quezon, the different types of weather we've gone through, the astray dogs, the wonderful people of Quezon et laguna, et of course, the battle between me et my closest rival, are all ingredients of a great yet simple life. Believe me when I tell you, your running career would never be completed if you don't have the courage to run QCC100miles!

Lord I owe everything to you! ~ ~Rodel Tecson Florendo ~ ~

This is truly a very inspiring story! Thank you brother Rodel for sharing us again your new story in the field of running. This put a strength to every runner who want to exceed themselves to go on extra  mile! 06/21/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Where and When to Claim your Runrio Trilogy 2017 Leg 1 Racekit?

Still most of the runners who registered to the 2017 Runrio Trilogy Leg 1 Half Marathon were asking when and where to claim their racekits. Yes, claiming of the racekits started last Monday, June 19, 2017 at Okada Manila.  And it will be until June 24 from 12 noon to 8pm.

Where in Okada? It's on the Crystal Corridor, Okada Manila.

Just bring a valid ID to claim your racekits.

In case you will claim the racekit of your friend in his behalf, kindly bring an authorization letter and his ID.

And if you really have no time to claim your racekits from June 19 to 24, you may still claim it on the race day. There will be booth setup for claiming of the unclaimed racekits!

See you all runners this Sunday and run together with Team Runner Rocky!  06/21/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

RunMania Reveals List of Running Events for the Second Half of 2017

RunMania Philippines Promotions or simply RunMania, the leading organizer of the country's most anticipated ultramarathon races announced the list of their running events for the second half of 2017.

Well, if you're a proud "Alagang RunMania"  like me, you are also excited to run in this new set of race from July to December 2017.

So mark your calendar with the following exciting provincial races below:

Just like you, Team Runner Rocky is also excited to run again in the races like the Caliraya 360, Calabarzon, ABDUM, and Hero to Hero. Yes, we will once more conquer these ultramarathons for the second time around!

And of course, new set of races for the year include the Laguna to Batangas, the Rizal 2 Laguna 2 Quezon, and the Endurance Run!

More details of each race will be featured in our succeeding blog posts!

Which of these RunMania PH races excite you the most?! 06/17/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Teaser: Getting Ready for "Ulo ng Apo" 2017 Marathon

Three days to go and we will run for the first time in the the first Ulo ng Apo Marathon 2017 happening in the historic place of Olongapo, Zambales. The boygroup of sports and digital community, Team Runner Rocky will conquer this provincial race. 

But before the actual running event, yours truly and my twin brother Julius will share a sneak of the place. Check out the actual "Ulo ng Apo" monument where the event was inspired with:

The photos were taken during our last April's Subic Bay Half Ultramarathon wherein we passed on this part of the city.

And yes, this was actually my second time to be in this place. My first time was in May 2014 during our Nagsasa travel. Therefore, I grabbed my chance to post another selfie in the place:

Great to be Back in this Historic Place

Five members of Team Runner Rocky plus with 2 friends will be running this Sundau, June 18, 2017 in the said Ulo ng Apo Marathon.   And two of the members will guide your way to reach your goal 'till the finish line since two of the members will be your pacer on the said race. 

Meanwhile, Runner Rocky met for the first time the race director of the event, Boby Jackson. And below are two of our selfies:

See you again bro Bobby this Sunday! And of course, see you all runners and let's run together! Let's all rock Olongapo! 06/15/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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The 41st National Milo Marathon 2017 Manila Eliminations Details Revealed

It's the time of the year once again for one of the most anticipated competitive race of the year, the National Milo Marathon. And it means time to train, condition yourself, and prepare for the race!

Once more, the event is on the SM Mall of Asia, Pasay this coming July 30, 2017 for the Metro Manila Elimination.

Organized by Runrio, check out the summary of the registration details below with corresponding requirements for the 41st National Milo Marathon 2017 Manila Elimination

Again, there are 5 distance categories namely 3K, 5K, 10K, 21K, and 42K respectively. Singlets and bibs were included for all categories while medals for 10K, 21K, and 42K respectively with finisher shirts for 21K and 42K.

Here are the race kit inclusions upon registration and the finisher's entitlement after the race:

Sizes of the medals vary for 10K, 21K, and 42K. Check them out below:

Meanwhile the singlet designs differ for the 3K/5K and 21K/42K. Check them out below with the corresponding size charts:

And of course, the finisher's shirts below:

As usual, there are cutoff time for each category -1.5 hours for 10K, 2.5 hours  for 21K, and 6 hours for 42K.

Here are the details of the gunstart and cut-off time for all categories:

And now, let's check the route map for the 5 categories below:

The early registration is until today, June 15, 2017. But of course, the in-store registration is now on-going in the following sports apparel stores:

– Toby’s Sports MOA
– Toby’s Sports Glorietta
– Toby’s Sports Shangrila
– RUNNR Store Trinoma

Alright, let's start the training as early as now and let's conquer another edition of this largest and longest running race in the country! This will be Runner Rocky's 4th Milo Marathon race. Let's go! 06/15/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Virtual Race PH Uplifts the Race More Challenging via the Spartan Challenge

Most of the runners love challenges. When they already graduated from the plain run or marathon, they eventually go to be a triathletes or take the ultramarathon for a change. And some will take the obstacle races wherein they will run surpassing the obstacles on their way.

Just like yours truly Runner Rocky, I love races with challenges. I've already conquered different obstacle runs many times like the Guerilla Races and the Men's Health Urbanathlon. And while waiting for the Spartan Race to enter the Philippine territory, the first virtual race in the country has something to announce!

Virtual Race PH, the country's first ever organizer of virtual running events bring the Spartan Challenge! Check out the details of the race below:

The Virtual Race Spartan Challenge is actually a 300KM virtual running challenge to complete within a specified period. Finishers of the said race will get a brass medal with the same size with that of a Milo Marathon 42K finisher medal. 

Variations of the Virtual Spartan Race is the Road to Sparta with 60KM and 165KM distances to complete from July 1-31, 2017.

Registration is currently on-going on the Virtual Race PH's website until July 16, 2016. And yes, a 10+1 promo is also available if you will register in a group. 

Meanwhile, check out the actual size of the 300K finisher medal as compare with the Milo Marathon 42K medal below:

The Actual Virtual Race PH Spartan Challenge 300K Medal Versus The Milo Marathon 42K Medal

The design is yet to be finalized but the size and the weight is really the same with the Milo's medal!

 And of course, here is the deign of the tech shirt of the Virtual Race PH Spartan Challenge:

The Front Design

The Back Design

A red and yellow colors of the shirt symbolize courage, challenges, intensity, and of course the Philippines. 

Meanwhile, a Spartan Trucker Cap is also available for only Php195. You may add it on your cart upon registration.

Check out the designs below:

The Spartan Trucker Caps with 60K, 165K, and 300K Labels

The Spartan Trucker Cap for 300K Finisher

And below is the actual Spartan Tech Shirt as worn by the Virtual Race PH organizer Joric Gonzales:

The Actual Spartan Shirt Front

The Actual Spartan Shirt Back

And just like the previous virtual races conducted by the Virtual Race PH, proceeds of this event will be given to the Pathways as their main beneficiary.

Stay tune here in our blog as we will reveal more updates regarding this Spartan Challenge. 

So prepare your group, ready your defense, and let's conquer together the Spartan Challenge! 06/13/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Monday, June 12, 2017

Philippine Triathlete Mark Anthony Abrantes Hosana Reveals Three Insights to be a Fast Runner

You won’t believe the speed setting on Mark Hosana’s treadmill at the FitnessFirst Indor Tri challenge unless you’ve seen it yourself. 


During the Fitness First Platinum SM AURA Indoor Triathlon program launch last May 23, 2017 Mark Hosana of the Philippine Triathlon Team won first place and killed it with an 18.5 km speed on the treadmill ( with 1% incline) after out swimming and out biking his completion. 

This was after running 21km of rolling hills just 2 days ago at the Cardiac Hills Attack run for a cause. He can also run 10km in 34 minutes.

That makes Mark Hosana a cerfitified #Mamaw

Got a chance to chat with Mark and asked about his training and here are some of his training secrets:


At the Philippine Triathlon Team, they usually do what elite athletes refer to as “doubles” (Twice a day training of morning swim and bike and an afternoon run)

His running mileage a week  is an average of 85km a week ( not including the swim and bike) with a mix of speed and track workouts such as 10 x 1km or 400x 20 at a wasak baga pace and a  weekend, easy long distance run.

It’s surprising that the only injury he has ever gotten was on a bike accident and not running related considering the amount of mileage he does.

Running form 

When he runs, he focuses on just maintaining a relax form  and stride which was mind blowing to see him do  while running at 16km to a peak of 18.5km per hour  on the treadmill

Foot placement (just underneath the hip) foot strike and arm swings are some of the running cues he thinks about to maintain perfect form.

Team Runner Rocky with the Phil. Tri Team

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Tommy Esguerra Fit and Sexy on Garage Magazine Sports + Body Issue

The June-July 2017 Issue of the Garage Magazine is another two-part cover. The first cover which we featured in the previous post is Tanner Mata. While the second cover is no other than Tommy Esguerra.

Check out the Tommy's cover wherein he also showed his sexy abs and body on the edition dubbed as "The Sports + Body Issue" below:

Tommy Esguerra on the Other Cover of the Garage Sports + Body Issue

Just like Tanner, Tommy is also a hunk commercial model and a product of the hit reality show Pinoy Big Brother. And yes, both of them were part of the new generation of ASAP Cover Boys.

Tommy also becomes popular after pairing to on and off screen loveteam Miho Nashida. Their tandem is dubbed as ToMiho. 

Tommy and Tanner for Garage Magazine Sports + Body Issue From their IG Accounts

Great also to meet Tommy on some of the running events! Sooner, he will be having his vlog interview wherein he will share his sexy fitness regimens! 06/10/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Tanner Mata Exposes His Sexy Abs in the Garage Magazine Sports + Body Issue

The hunk model and the Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7 ex-housemate Tanner Mata is featured on the cover of Garage Magazine for their June-July 2017 edition dubbed as the "The Sports + Body Issue."

Check out the said sexy cover featuring Tanner flaunting his fit and hot body:

Tanner Mata Features in the Sports + Body Issue of Garage Magazine

After being part of the PBB house, Tanner is now introduced as the new generation of the ASAP Cover Boys. He is also today's most in-demand endorser and brand ambassador!

Sooner, we will have Tanner in our vlog interview where he will share to us his fitness regimens keeping him hot and sexy!

Meanwhile, the other cover of the magazine for this month also features the other ex-housemate and his co-cover boy Tommy Esguerra which we will feature on the next post. 06/10/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Sports Anchor Dyan Castillejo Reveals to Team Runner Rocky her Secret to a Fit and Ageless Body

The boygroup of sports and digital community Team Runner Rocky had a chance to have an exclusive interview with the icon of sportscasting Ms. Dyan Castillejo during the very first fitness conference in Manila, the FitCon MLA.

Yeah since our childhood days, we used to watch Ms. Dyan delivering different sports events on TV.  Ms. Dyan covered various big sports and fitness events from in and out of the country and already interviewed huge names in the field of sports. Therefore, it was truly a huge privilege to have Ms. Dyan in our vlog interview.  

On our conversation, Ms. Dyan revealed that she is truly a player. She shared with us her active lifestyle. And yes, she revealed to us her true age.

Well, watch our vlog interview below and let's get inspire with Dyan's fitness and ageless secrets:  

That was truly amazing! Dyan Castillejo is truly a fitspiration to all of us! Thank you Ms. Dyan for gracing our intervew. From Team Runner Rocky, Coach Erik Valenzuela, JC Villanueva, and Rocky Chua reporting! 06/10/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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The BEST Center for Basketball and Volleyball Opens New Clinic

Summer is over! But for all the sports enthusiasts, it won't! Therefore one of the leading sports clinic is extending summer for the kids to enjoy their passion in sports! So for the aspiring basketball and volleyball players, grab this new chance and be the best players in the future!

Multi-awarded and pioneer BEST (Basketball Efficiency & Scientific Training) Center opens another set of summer sports clinic for aspiring basketball and volleyball players at the Ateneo College Covered Courts. 

The highly anticipated clinics for both sports will be held every Wednesdays and Saturdays from June 7 to 28, 2017, 8:00 am - 11:30 am. 

The basketball clinic is accepting enrollees for students in Preparatory Level and Levels 1-5 while the volleyball clinic is open to young athletes in levels 1 to 3. 

By hosting these sports clinics, BEST Center not only helps kids learn the basic sports skills. It also teaches them values such as discipline, camaraderie, teamwork and leadership in a fun and interactive way while they are taking a break from school. 

For more information about BEST Center’s classes and tournaments, call the hotlines 411-6260, 3723066 and 372-3065, email or follow its official Facebook page at 

Good luck kids! Enjoy your passion! 06/10/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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Friday, June 9, 2017

World Vision Run 2017 Takes the Race in Cebu

The World Vision Run 2014 was Runner Rocky's very first run conquering 21K. Yes, my very first run was a 21K! Well maybe if there's no World Vision Run back then, there will be no Runner Rocky today! Therefore this charity race is significant to yours truly. 

But this 2017, this running event will have a new venue - in Cebu! Are you ready to run back in Cebu for the children?!

The event will be on July 16, 2017 at Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. Once more, there are five categories namely the kiddie dash, the 3K, the 5K, the 10K, and the 21K.

Upon registration, all categories will get a singlet, raffle stub, and timing chip. The 21K finishers will have a medal after crossing the finish line. 

Check out the singlet design below:

The Singlet Design

Meanwhile, registration venues are on the following sites:

– Toby’s Sports: Upper Ground Floor SM City Cebu Main Cebu City
– Toby’s Sports: SM Seaside City, SRP Mambaling Road Cebu City
– RUNNR Cebu: 2nd Floor Ayala Center Cebu, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City
– Anytime Fitness: N. Escario Street, Cebu & Cebu Business Park

And of course, the route map below:
The Race Map

So are you excited to have your first World Vision Run in Cebu?! Let's go and let's support the children! 06/08/2017 (Runner Rocky)

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