Monday, June 14, 2010

Epic Relay: My Powerpuff Experience

Congratulations to Team Powerpuff Boys for bagging 2nd place in this race where the team was an  EPIC SUCCESS in this seemingly EPIC FAIL race contributed by its organizers, Extribe & Chris Sports.

I witnessed everyone in the team do their best in this race and I'm just so very proud to have been part of this team in the race. Thank you so much to my teammates, our star-studded support crew, supporters (esp. Tere, Jinoe, & Que for their donations)!

Here's my experience copied from the forum:

I was also the driver of Van 1 and I've been out of serious training for quite some time, so I assigned myself the team's easiest legs. 

Leg #5: Near Anvaya Cove entrance to Pawikan Center (~10K)

My leg started early afternoon with the full heat of the sun over my head. There weren't so many trees around and I wanted to stay on the side of the road going with the flow of traffic. My first 2.5K was at 4:20/km with the downhill portion as I wanted to catch up with the Timex runner who went ahead by about 5 minutes before me. Eventually, I had to slow down and walk at some portions after passing by Morong town proper. The heat was unbearable at that point. My support team (Roy, Eire, Beep, Mulder, & Brando) waited for me at the 6K point and were a bit worried. Upon seeing Pawikan center, I began to run at a faster pace again and sprinted in the last 100m. Happy that my hardest leg it was over. My Garmin pace was 6:04/km, finished in 1:01.

After that freakin' hot run with bro, Eire & Totoy (photo c/o Brando)

Leg #15: Bataan Nuclear Power Plant entrance to Pawikan Center (~4K)

This was between 10-11pm, if I'm not mistaken. After Brando's super finish going up to the entrance of the power plant, my job was to go downhill to Pawikan Center. As soon as I was given the go signal, I didn't waste any time to the pitch black road with a small LED light on my head. I didn't wait for the van to illuminate my path. Within my 1st km, I was running fast in the dark and it reminded me of Blairwitch Project as most of the scenes were in total darkness with only a camera spotlight showing the way. I admit, it WAS scary, but I didn't care since I wanted to focus on running. This was probably the easiest leg in the race because it was 90% downhill and I think I did it with a constant 4:30/km pace. I also decided not to wear my Garmin this time so that I could focus more. My sprint to the finish was a mixture of relief and anger (at another team). I won't elaborate.

Leg #25: San Felipe, Zambales to Mayo Farm (~3K)

This was already between 7-8am, with the sun up and the whole team facing sleep deprivation. The leg was just a flat 3km so I said to myself I should also run fast non-stop. Before my leg started, I was really very sleepy already since I was awake all the time to light the path of my teammates during their legs. As with my 1st 2 legs, I sprinted the last 200m with anger, but was more happy since the whole team was there to cheer me on at the last vehicle exchange point. No Garmin also. I think my pace there was 4:30/km or a bit faster.

After going through this race, I said to myself that I won't go into an ultramarathon. :P hahaha Main lesson: need for heat training.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Epic Relay: Two Days to Go...

What you're going to miss if you didn't register....

Experience an epic adventure!

·         Run your  leg assignments! Our start and finish line is the Lighthouse Marina Resort in Subic!
·         All finishers bring home a medal!
·         All finishers bring home loot!
·         Champions bring home the Team Trophy!
·         Champions bring home PRIZES!
·         All participants ( official team line up) are invited to the AFTER RACE PARTY for  the Awarding Rites and buffet!  Concert by JAM 88.3!

PhilAm Life will insure each and every one of you running the course from June 12 to 13!

Special Prizes Await All the Teams :
·         Best in Team Uniform
·         Best in Vehicle Dress Up
·         Best Team Name
·         Rudy Project will award 10 sunglasses to the most TECHNICALLY COOL team.  This team is functional, whose abilities have made them dynamic as a team, innovative, and they never lose their "cool".
·         ZEN Health magazine will award  to the Best Spirited Team, who, despite not winning, remain in their best spirits and proud to compete as a team: 10 gift packs which includes wellness products and magazines.
·         Ponstan Bilis Sakto Team  will award winners for the Categories: All Men, All Women, Mixed, Ultra
·         Pharmaton: Most Valuable Player Award
·         Scholl will award the team that exudes “GREAT FEET FEELING”. Despite the challenge, distance and impact on their feet, this team has shown a happy disposition all throughout. That’s 10 special gift packs with various Scholl products.
·         Salonpas will  award the team that exemplifies resilience to pain. This team outperformed the others by showing them that no aches or pain can keep them from winning. That’s 10 special gift packs with Salonpas products and premium items
·         Blistex will be awarding the team that can flash us the best smile before, during and after the relay. Like Blistex properties, this team kept themselves well hydrated and protected from harsh elements such as the sun  and chilling breeze at night. This is why this team can manage to give us the best smile. That’s 10 special gift packs with different variants and a premium item.

Our sponsors would like you to have: (get these by team check in)
·         100 Plus and Summit Water for additional hydration
·         Hammer Nutrition

Other great things happening at the grounds:
·         Sampling  by our sponsors
·         Free! Shower anytime by Head & Shoulders and Safeguard
·         Free! Lip pampering by Blistex
·         Free! Foot spa by Scholl
·         Free! Massage by Salonpas
·         Free! Shoe Cleaning by Clean Shine Master
·         Free! Surfing by PLDT ( Speedster Bus)

Shop! Shop! Shop!
·         EPIC RELAY Race Merchs!! T shirts (Php 360), Cateye Slap Wraps (Php 120)***
·         Apparel, sports accessories, sunglasses, Smart load, cold drinks and more!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Team Powerpuff Boys Singlet

Good luck to Team Powerpuff Boys & support for the Chris Sports Epic Relay 250. :)

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Adidas Katipunan Sale 40% Off

Saw this last Saturday... a lot of running & cleat shoes (for Ultimate players). :)


Friday, April 30, 2010

Epic Relay Registration Now Open!

Registration to the Chris Sports Epic Relay is now open! :D

Here are the following documents that I received from Arleen Lindo of Chris Sports:

   Registration Steps
   Registration Form A1 - Team Registration Form
   Registration Form A2 - Individual Registration Form
   Race Bible - showing rules and maps of the 30 legs! :D

For any questions, contact Chris Sports Epic Relay Help Desk at (02) 438-9021 or Chris Sports Marketing at (02) 788-2916.

Friday, April 23, 2010

San Mig Coffee: Different Coffee for Different Runners

C'mon! Go ahead! Have your fill of pork sisig at Congo Grill in El Pueblo. After all, you're a runner and there's a new brew in town to help you stay healthy (with of course, your usual dose of regular exercise & a balanced diet).

San Mig Coffee introduced 4 new variants of their popular branded instant coffee starting with:

1) San Mig Coffee Pro-Beauty
Just one sip and it'll make the person beside you go bonkers...right, GBM?

2) San Mig Coffee Pro-Fiber
For the serious eaters, I mean, bloggers like Roselle & Coach Poj.

3) San Mig Coffee Pro-Slim
How peeps are after running and...drinking hydration! Endorsed by Rod! :D

4) San Mig Coffee Pro-Power
To unleash the 'hyper' in you like Timmy! "Sarap ng food, da best things in life are truly libre!"

Ahem, serious na nga.


San Mig Coffee Bay Run Dash for Health 2010
May 23, 2010
San Miguel By The Bay, SM Mall of Asia Grounds
Assembly time: 5:00am

3K   -   P450   -   5:55am
5K   -   P450   -   5:50am
10K   -   P550   -   5:45am
15K   -   P550   -   5:30am

Registration sites:

Chris Sports outlets at Festival Mall, SM MOA, Glorietta, SM Annex, SM Megamall
ROX (May 5 to May 19 only)
Over the phone c/o WWWExpress at 795-1777 (press 2) or 852-7210

Singlet produced by Universidad (I like!)


Pwede bang makalimutan ang class pic (anti-GBM smile version)?!? More here.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Taking it Easy & Slow: 1st Year of Running

April 19, 2009 - Greenfield City Run, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
A 'struggling' 5K in 53:38

April 18, 2010 - Earth Run, Fort Bonifacio
A painful 21K in 2:04

I've logged a total of 1,631km from exactly 1 year ago when my eyes, and feet, were opened to running. That includes easy runs, LSDs, races, trails, and a number of tempos/speedwork intervals. PRs that would show how I've learned a little already with much more room for improvement.

My last run at the Earth Run was supposed to be a 23km long run at 5:54/km based on my training, so I registered for the 21K and planned on going for an additional 2K right after the race.

I wore the Greenfield City Run singlet just to commemorate my running anniversary on my own with the run.

With peeps. Thanks to Carlo for the pic.

However, just before 3km, my left knee started to act up. It was a nagging pain on the outer side (ITBS?) and it would be more painful in uphills. I was ready to face DNF at that moment, but I tried. I tried my best. A few peeps saw me stop at different portions of the Kalayaan flyover and I was really touched when even Pat Concepcion (one of my running idols), showed his concern when he saw me stretching my knee. I carried on and followed him, getting more inspiration. I caught up with Sam and found out that even he had a problem with his ITB. I still managed to finish the race, but didn't run the additional 2km anymore because of the pain.

Two lessons I got from this experience:

1) Take it Easy...with my physical activities. Running & Ultimate isn't a good combination, so I'd rather take it easy with the latter. Play less, and just be happy with throws & drills for now.

2) Take it Slow. I still have the rest of my life to run, so I don't have to rush into training too much to make & break PRs. This is just 1 year out of much more to come. I'll be more patient.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Mizuno Infinity Run: Winners all!

Photo c/o Ronnel Go in this album

What makes the Mizuno theme different from other races is the challenge for everyone to never settle, do better, run faster (100%), finish stronger, and be a winner.


If I were to think about the Mizuno Infinity Run after some time, I would recall a lot of winners in this year's race. Some hitting new PRs while others reaching their own goals. 

In no particular order...

Brando Losaria - first time to race 15K and finished strong with 1:12. I'm really inspired with this guy, who was also a big weight loser turned fast runner.

Marvin Opulencia - sub-24 in a 5K is definitely an amazing feat for this fellow Mizuno Run Club student (and now in Ultimate).

Carly Dizon - despite her sore quads from their Mt. Maculot hike, she still managed to hit 56 minutes...and bag the 4th Most Improved Award.

Vic Viola - cutting his previous 15K PR by 24 minutes in finishing 1:24! Wow, dude!

Jet Paiso - Mr. BLC 1st runner-up showing how both weight loss and training can improve speed. 5K in 28 minutes! :)

Pio Sugay - 2nd place in the Most Improved Award, 5K! 21 minutes from 40+ in 5K is hellish.

Julie Reyes - a goal of not walking during a 15K race is definitely not an easy task (I confess I even walked a bit during that race). Here's to you, hotlegs!

Jairuz Agang-ang - winner in his age category in 15K!

Eire Daproza - for her winning voice in the "Mizuno Lamang" ad...that eventually led to me winning in the Best Blog Award! :D

TEAM TAKBO.PH #1 in the Mizuno Run Club for sweeping the blog awards...

Timmy Kenkoy - Most Creative Blog Award. Most patient also in waiting for the awardees to be announced. Congrats, pre.

Sam Running Ninja - double Suunto watch winner! :P hahaha Most Informative Blog Award. Still a fast pace despite recently recovering from your injury.

...and, of course... - Biggest Delegation Award. I'm not surprised. Here's to the biggest Filipino Running Community! Big plaque plus P10,000 gift certificate.

I'm sure I missed a lot of other peeps who managed to beat their own times in this race. Feel free to share your winning moment. 

Congratulations to everyone who finished this race! More happy thoughts for everyone! :)

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Torn between Running & Ultimate?

This long weekend's about to become a hectic one for me. I signed up for the QC Heads Up Ultimate Open and will be starting with the clinic this afternoon at the Ateneo HS field, 2-6pm.

On the other hand, I have a big race tomorrow with the Mizuno Infinity Run where I'll be aiming for 1:15 in 15K.

Running will always be my first love (in sports, I mean). What I can say is that "walang tsamba sa running" since you can't improve your game without putting any sacrifice in hard work through regular training. I confess I shifted from being a recreational runner to a serious/competitive one, and it really motivates me to run more frequently.

Ultimate for me would be a cross-training, pseudo-speedwork activity that I plan to continue--with utmost care--until I decide one day that I should let the young boys get all the fun. To have a good or winning team, it take a lot of players with skill and, of course, teamwork.

I'm still focused on my goal for the Milo Marathon on July 4, weight loss and progressive training included.

Good luck to everyone training for their own goals. Ika nga sa Mizuno, "Never Settle!"

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Run, chillax, & StumbleUpon

Home body me.

StumbleUpon kept me company during the long holiday. It was a semi-productive weekend as I got a few tips on how to wake up early to run and had a geeky song playing in my mind during my thoughtless moments...about robot pirates. "Shake it like a sword with a dead guy on it!" :P

Lastly, a way to organize my cluttered desktop using this as my new wallpaper...

Never missed a training run from Tuesday to Friday...15K Easter Sunday...tomorrow...MORNING, not evening. :)

Happy Easter!

Friday, April 2, 2010

A Different Summer w/ Ultimate

Beach, bum, and run under the sun... if you want a different experience this summer, why not try this one? It starts on April 10, first come, first served. Includes a playing disc already so P600 is definitely good value.

Check out their Facebook page for registration details & updates.


As I'm joining this, my weekly schedule for April would now be running 5x a week, playing ultimate 2x a week, and resting 0x a week. :P Whew!

Monday, March 29, 2010

Team Probies: From Olats to Champs

From 0-3 last week to 3-0 yesterday.

Nobody expected us to win, even our own teammates conceded to the fact that there was not way Team Probies (Professional Newbies--I coined the name :) ) would be able to get that Boracay trip c/o Nestea Camp Hot.

Guess what...we did it! :) Hats off to our players who gave their all last Sunday to help us top this competition. Ang gagaling ninyo! :D

Photos c/o Grace Patdu & Rainier Valde.

Another happy thought! :)

Thursday, March 25, 2010

My Full Running Potential

Here in Isabela, my 3rd day out of town for work, but I'm finally going home tomorrow. Three reasons why I preferred to be in Manila this week:

1) Run! Not that I live to run, but I'm just really missing it already. I once attempted to continue my training here in Isabela, but after my night experience, I said to myself that I definitely cannot run here.

I'm also missing a lot of runs in my training program (given to me by Jon)... :(

2) Wednesday Mizuno press conference - missed it, plus Timmy had to text just to tell me that a lot of peeps won in their raffle. The lucky devils! Congrats anyway, guys! :) Galing!

3) Ultimate frisbee practice - Also on a Wednesday...I had wanted to join that practice with my new Ultimate team for our competition at the Nestea Camp Hot this Saturday. A lot of room for improvement for me. I wanna handle that disc! Go Pro-bies!!!! (Professional Newbies, dunno where I got that team name) Get a win, please! :P

Realization: With this kind of work that I'm doing (frequent travels), I can never reach my full running potential. Well, I can look at it this way...I don't intend to have running as a career and I'm sure I'd have other opportunities later on to improve my game... or rather, run. Also, without my work, I wouldn't have the chance to splurge with all the running stuff that I have right now, and even pay for increasing race registration fees.

It's a give and take thing, I guess. :)

Friday, March 19, 2010

Carbo-Loading Promo at Joey Pep

Before you head to the Mizuno Infinity Run: Race Day on April 11, 2010, visit Joey Pepperoni in Global City, Fort Bonifacio for Carbo-Loading.

Avail of Joey Pepperoni Pizzeria's special promo, valid to all registered participants of the Mizuno Infinity Run 2010 on March 26 - 28, 2010.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

How I Want to Be

This morning, I weighed in at 184.4 lbs. Not really surprising considering how I've been eating a lot in between meals. Even with running regularly, a balanced diet is critical.

With an ambitious target for the Milo Marathon coming on July 4, I'm now back to calorie counting starting today using Daily Burn. My target weight to maintain is 175 lbs. and I know that it would take a lifestyle change, not a regular, meticulous calorie-counting activity, for me to reach that long-term goal.

A few images that would constantly remind (and motivate) me about my target:

From April 2009 to February 2010, with December being my thinnest, largely because of the BLC.

Daily Burn weight chart showing I was 170 lbs. in December (with 166 lbs. as lightest), up to my current 184.4 lbs.

Good luck to me & to the BLC 2 participants! :)

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Mizuno Me Likey!

This post is an attempt to capture everything that I love about Mizuno running shoes with info bits from running peeps who I know are also drawn to this global sports brand. Of course, I couldn’t leave out the great things that Mizuno Philippines is doing to nurture the trend of running in the country—highlighted by its upcoming Mizuno Infinity Run—with the hopes of evolving the sport into a healthy lifestyle for Filipinos. 

Me and Me Mizunos 

When my big (US size 13), wide feet were introduced to running in April last year, I said to myself then that I already had my trusty pair of badminton, gum-sole shoes that I can use for the Greenfield City Run in Sta. Rosa. Back then, I didn't have an idea how I'd be able to finish 5km. Oh well, there's walking. Clocking in a super chillax 53:38, Eire and I would later find out that this would be the start of our addiction to running.

Letting myself get into running, what did I need next? Of course, REAL running shoes!

Less than a month later, I decided to shop for my very own pair of real running shoes. There were a number of brands, but I think I was eventually led to Mizuno because of a shoutbox discussion over at Aside from the other technologies and features of Mizuno running shoes, I was convinced with their Mizuno Wave technology that promotes both cushioning and stability in all of their models. Check out their site if you want to know more about it.

>> Wave Creation: Me First Pair

After going through the 'mirror gait determination device' (or whatever its real name is) in the Megamall outlet and finding out then that I had a normal to high arch, I ended up with buying a Wave Creation 8, which was on sale since it was an old model. The latest version then was Wave Creation 10. It was also ideal to support my 205-lbs. frame at the time I bought it.


During my running shoe research, I came upon a neat shoe matrix from the Mizuno USA running site showing the models of running shoes that they had categorized by gait and arranged from maximum cushioning down to minimalistic racing lightweights. For anyone planning to buy a pair of Mizunos, I’d definitely refer them to this link.

Matching each Mizuno neutral pair with another diagram that I found at Road Runner Sports:
Given this chart, Wave Creation would fall under NEUTRAL+ category, Wave Rider as NEUTRAL, and both the Wave Precision and Wave Ronin models in PERFORMANCE NEUTRAL.


Without any training and direction in running, I just decided to slowly build mileage with my running shoes. I said to myself, “Probably a 25km weekly mileage would be more than enough.” Long distance running wasn’t in my radar then.

Nine races later comprising of 5Ks and a few 10Ks, I was able to do a sub-30 in a 5K race and a 1:03 in 10K. The best thing about the Creation is its cushioning, which really makes running very enjoyable and comfy, considering also that I was a heavy runner. Other runners who I know like the Creation are Edu Fabian and Cyrus, who are both fast runners and active in I believe the three of us would agree that one minor downside of Creation is that it’s just really a heavy pair of shoes—13.1 oz. for a size 9. If you plan to improve your running speed, this pair might not be the one for you. The Creation would be great for long, smooth runs.

The latest Creation model that Mizuno launched during the Mizuno Infinity Run Expo last January was the Wave Creation 11, which is a full ounce lighter than the previous version at 12.9 oz (the Creation 10 was 13.9 oz.). I’m sure this big improvement was an answer to peeps who voiced out their main concern about this particular model.

>> Wave Rider: Skipped This One

After nearly 5 months of running with a over 300km in my belt, I had planned to get an 11.3-oz. Wave Rider 12 to complement or replace my Creation. I felt that I had to get a lighter shoe, but still wanted the good cushioning element.

However, I had to skip this one as it felt narrow when I tried it on at the shop. Hmmm…this shoe isn’t for me. A good friend of mine, Neil Barrios, who’s using the model is also bothered by its narrower fit. Jon Trimble, my coach who’s also a size 13 and with wide feet as well, has his feet comfortable with the Wave Rider 10. Probably, that older model would’ve been good for me as well.

I think the Wave Rider 13 is coming out real soon here in the Philippines and if I do decide to get a pair for long runs, I would give its 10.5 oz. weight a try.

>> Wave Precision: Currently Loving My 2 Pairs! :)

Getting the Wave Precision 9 in September was simply one of the best shopping decisions I’ve made! As a gift to myself after running 340km and right after the RotaRUN, Eire and I went straight to Mizuno to quench my thirst for a new running pair.

Running in this pair felt so good and despite having less cushioning, the lightweight quality helped me maintain a decent pace in long distance races up to 21K, capped with a 32K race in Baguio last December. In fact, I got my (current) 27:33 PR in 5K at the Mizuno Run Club mini-race the first time I raced the Precision, and then a 56:51 PR in 10K at Milo just in the second race wearing this new pair. Things started to fall in place for me and running.

First 21K at QCIM (wearing the Mizuno Infinity Run 2009 finisher shirt)

I was so happy with the performance of this shoe that I got a second pair a couple of months ago—the white and orange color this time. This was the pair I used in my first marathon at the Condura Run for Dolphins, where I clocked in 4:12 plus. Of course, it’s not entirely because of the shoe. My weight loss success and programmed tapering (c/o Jon) helped me exceed that sub-4:30 goal.

Other people I know who use the Precision 9 include Natz Garcia, Rico Villanueva, and Jinoe Gavan of

More happy thoughts and happy runs!

>> Wave Ronin: Next on My List!

After Condura, I now follow a regular training program prescribed to me by Jon, which is aimed for me to hit at least sub-4 hours in the next Milo Marathon scheduled on July 4. The first part is more of me building up speed and I have an ambitious goal for a 5K race slated this Sunday. I’ll let you know how this one goes.

I’ve been tempted to get a Wave Ronin 2, and I wouldn’t have any second thoughts if I was given the ‘opportunity’ to have my running feet in them. ;) This pair is also being recommended to me by my coach for 5K races and speed intervals. Jinoe Gavan and elite runner Chris Sabal also use this racer.

To spread the joy of Mizuno, I even gave a Wave Nirvana 5 to Eire last Christmas! :D Her name is Sunny.

Mizuno Infinity Run 2010: “Beat Your Own Time”

Aside from the Mizuno Run Club wowness that ended with a blast, the Mizuno Infinity Run is one of the biggest running events staged by Mizuno Philippines every year. Since 2008, about 10,000 runners have participated in this big race and what differentiates this from other annual races is that it is a time trial for you gunning a time against your own time in the previous Infinity Run—hence the theme, “Beat Your Own Time”.

The message alone is very much consistent with my current motivation to run faster than before and I find it very appealing. It’s just me against my running self.

If you joined last year’s Infinity Run and you want to know how much you’ve improved, this race is perfect for you. You can even win if you’re the runner with the most improved time versus your previous record! Even if you weren’t able to sign up last year, having this race in your list would still be a good decision as the previous one was organized successfully with a cool finisher shirt as a nice bonus. 

The packet for the 2010 race includes a special edition Mizuno Infinity bag, and each participant would also get a finisher shirt from Mizuno. And there's more!! Mizuno users and Mizuno Run Club members will also be given extra treats at the Mizuno Hospitality booth. Wow!

Customized Infinity Run medals and prize money will be awarded to the top finishers. They will also receive goodies including Mizuno running shoes and gift cheques, Suunto watches and heart rate monitors, Oakley merchandise, gift packs from Gatorade, NutriBar, Doctor J, and Derm Plus Sunblock.

  5K, 10K, 15K
  Open, Age, "Beat Your Own Time"

  April 11, 2010

  4:00am Check-in
  5:30am 15K Gunstart
  5:45am 10K Gunstart
  6:00am 5K Gunstart

  Global City, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
  Starting Point: Federacion Drive (near NBC tent & the Fort Strip)

  5K, 10K: P400
  15K: P450
  (non-refundable, w/ P50 discount for 2009 Infinity Run participants)

  You get registered for FREE if you buy a Mizuno Wave Creation 11!

  OPEN CATEGORY: Cash prizes & Mizuno items
  AGE CATEGORY: Medals & Mizuno items
  "BEAT YOUR OWN TIME" CATEGORY: Mizuno items, Suunto watches, Oakley eyewear

  January 10 to April 4, 2010 at Mizuno outlets

1. Acknowledgment receipts are available upon request
2. Bring race # on the day of the race
4. Race will start at exactly 6am and 6:30am

For more information, just call 757-3160 loc 515 or email

The Mizuno Infinity Run 2010 is made possible by its sponsors Gatorade, Oakley, Suunto, Mail and More, NutriBar, and Manila Water. Other partners include Doctor J Alcohol, Beeline Helicopters, BMG Solar Hot Water Systems, and CITGO. RunnerSpeak, Run Radio, Men's Health, and Women's Health are the media partners for this big event.

Mizuno Lamang TVC

Finally, here’s a brief ad of Mizuno that Eire and I worked on just to show how much we love the brand and how we want everyone to join in the Mizuno Infinity Run this April. :) Hope you like it!

Happy running & see you at the Mizuno Infinity Run 2010! :D