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.
Wolfe, 24, was born in Taiwan but ended up growing up in Subic. She currently works as an indoor cycling instructor and has been into Crossfit for the past two years. Dorjsembe, on the other hand, is 25 years old and hails from Mongolia. Rocky has been residing in Cebu for the last five years […]
It’s every child’s dream to be an astronaut,” says 28-year-old Chino Roque, eyes glinting and lips curled in a smile. But really, that’s how he is. From his very cool and cheerful demeanor, you wouldn’t suspect that you’re talking to a hardcore athlete. And growing up as a member of a football varsity, from grade […]
Considering the Philippines is a tropical country, ice hockey is perhaps the last thing that would come to mind. Of course, there are exceptions such as athletes who have grown fascinated to the sport for one reason or another. If one looks at the list of popular sports, ice hockey would probably be way down […]
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 […]
The Kalis Games entered its second season during the second quarter of the year and although new, practitioners aim to raise the bar in the Philippines and make the country a major Crossfit event destination in Asia. Programming for the competition is key in moving towards this goal, and the Kalis Games has partnered with […]
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 […]
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.