by Brian Yalung Health and staying fit is important in everyday life, something that should be looked upon even at an early age. And while many folks would probably know a thing or two, actually practicing it is another.
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.
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, […]
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 […]
Crossfit is a fast-growing practice for people who want to stay fit and lead healthier lives. There are others who take it to another level, using competitions as a gauge to determine the results of their routines. #KalisGames2018
“I keep a balanced diet, keeping everything in moderation as much as I can. As to other workouts I do, my swimming program includes weights sessions in the gym (about 3 times a week), as well as some strength and conditioning sessions done 2 to 3 times a week,” – Jasmine Alkhaldi #Swimming
“It’s an all women’s community but from time to time there are men who join. That’s fine with us because what’s the point of the community? It’s meant to create change naman,” – Kimmy Manginsay #RockoutFitness