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Crossfit Program During Season Break

The CrossFit Open is a global test of fitness wherein athletes perform one workout a week at their respective gyms. They submit a score through CrossFit.com and the website ranks their scores against other athletes. Hundreds of thousands of athletes around the world compete online to see where they stand. The Open usually runs from […]

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Soul Surfer

She is only 21 years old but Pinay elite surfer Ana Mae Alipayo is already exhibiting characteristics of becoming an effective leader. Alipayo, one of the country’s bets in the sport of surfing which will make its debut in the upcoming Southeast Asian Games, recently went to South Africa for a surfing event. Born in […]

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Paralyzed Former Olympic Swimmer Finds New Life In CrossFit

Amy Van Dyken (photo credit @wheelwod Instagram)

Throughout her life, bemedalled Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken has found a way to weather adversity. Paralyzed following a severe ATV accident back in 2014, the 46-year-old has found a new sport on a wheelchair. In fact, she recently came in second at the 2019 WheelWOD Open in Canada and finished second overall.

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Hidilyn Diaz: Lift Of Fury

Anger is defined as a strong feeling of being upset or annoyed after something wrong or bad happened to someone. For Hidilyn Diaz, resentment led her to a process that established her name as a legitimate Filipina weighlifting icon. Less than a month before the opening of the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, […]

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Going Beyond The Boundaries Of Fitness

Live your life to the fullest is the best way to describe the initiative that FlexFit has in mind. Kim Manginsay, Lexi Noval and Carla Piscoso are ready to lead the charge as they try to inspire other women to live life to the fullest, a real-life journey towards holistic fitness. To the ordinary person, […]

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Arwind Santos: ‘Lean But Mean’

For a basketball player to gain success as a power forward, one should have enough height and heft as banging bodies inside the shaded lane is its basic task. In the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), the charismatic Alvin Patrimonio has been the barometer of that position ever since he entered the league in 1988. The […]

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Premium Rush

There is a longtime debate about the hazards of an Enduro race not only in the Philippines but in almost every country that conducts this type of cycling activity. While there is a wide variety of protective gears available for mountain bikers, the typical areas where Enduro races are being held are the ones that […]

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Pinoys Conquer One

It was a night to remember for Filipino mixed martial artists Joshua “The Passion” Pacio and Danny “The King” Kingad at the Jakarta Convention Center in Indonesia as both came out victorious at ONE: Conquest of Heroes. Of the two, it was a memorable one for the 22-year-old Pacio who was predominantly egged on by […]

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Kim On The Run

Triathlon is considered as one of the toughest endurance sports mankind has ever developed. A standard triathlon race is composed of 1.5 kilometer swim, 40 kilometer bike capped by a 10 kilometer run, easily, not for the faint-hearted. In the Philippines, a young lady named Kim Mangrobang is currently the highest-rated triathlete and is considered […]

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