On my 9th week (On my third pilates class), my trainer and I had a thorough chat about goals and timelines. We agreed to set clear intentions on why we’re doing what we’re doing. Again, Pilates is a mind and body movement; it goes beyond just lengthening and stretching, it also practices so much mind work and alignments. While he was guiding me through my practice, … Continue reading FLY PROJECT: On Consistency & Game Plan
I have a confession to make, I haven’t been sleeping according to schedule. Crawling to bed was the easiest part however snoozing my way to dreamland is a different story. No, I don’t think it’s the sandman’s fault nor the flock of sheep; it’s probably been the adjustment of my work-at-home schedule. Truthful to my capabilities, compartmentalizing and zooming in to what matters. I left the … Continue reading FLY PROJECT: On Sleep and Caffein Punch.
It’s going to take awhile for me to get back to the distance I’m aiming and training for knowing my body is still adjusting and re-adjusting but with determination and persuasion, everything or anything is doable! The summer finally gave it’s final push, our tropical country has welcomed the monsoon season. On my 7th week, I worked on running intervals. I’ve progressed from jogging an … Continue reading FLY Project: Monsoon is in!
Asian Cancer Institute (ACI), a one-stop, integrated, multi-disciplinary cancer prevention and management facility located in the Philippines provides state-of-the-art, innovative and evidence-based treatment by a group of expert medical and allied cancer specialists. Having to avoid surmise diagnosis, ACI, is operating with four centers that offer easy access to screening and diagnostic procedures as well as individualized yet comprehensive cancer therapy and management. Cancer being rampant … Continue reading Cancer cases expected to rise among Filipinos
On my Fifth week. The days were filled with catching up on school load – an exchange of thoughts online, spending more time with my eBook reader and not having to log mileage as I was trying to recuperate from a bad flu. My nose had most of the workout, and days well spent on over-longed savasana. As much as possible, I didn’t want to self-medicate and … Continue reading FLY Project: Recuperating, re-introducing and reduction.
Remembering conversations with the first boss I had when I migrated in the U.S. in 2007. He narrated how he claimed his dreams, on becoming the General Manager of the BEST resort in the world. He didn’t finish high school nor did he graduate from an Ivy league University but with perseverance and willingness to learn, he wanted me to put into heart to cherish … Continue reading A Dreamer: Pursuing Education
Voke Tab, maker of healthy energy tabs, is pleased to introduce the Voke Reload program, a membership service that delivers directly to customer doorsteps on a monthly basis. Voke is now easily accessible to people anywhere in the country, and athletes like Conrad Anker, Kit DesLauriers and Jimmy Chin are taking advantage of the Reload program. “With a growing customer base that includes a diverse … Continue reading Press Release: Voke Delivers Natural Energy Tabs With Reload Membership Service
A recent Oregon State University study showed that autistic children tend to be significantly less active than their non-autistic peers. The study, which was published last fall in “Autism Research and Treatment,” showed that autistic children participated in 50 minutes less of moderate physical activity than typically-developed children, and spent 70 minutes more each day sitting. Fortunately, the study also showed that autistic children were … Continue reading Study Finds Autistic Children More Sedentary
Charles C. Noble once said “First we make our habits, then our habits makes us” It sounds simple but having to do one thing and another does require effort and mindfulness. Finding a game plan and executing can be a trial and error process however once you’ve found the equation, everything else would seem to naturally move in autopilot. Before I started lacing my rubbers … Continue reading FLY Project: On Habits and Schedules
MAKATI CITY, PHILIPPINES—Every woman is at risk. Cervical cancer is a major problem for Filipino women: it is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among Filipinas, with seven dying of the dreaded disease every single day.[i] What’s more worrying is that two in three Filipinas diagnosed with cervical cancer may die within five years.[ii] Cervical cancer is a risk for women regardless of race, age, … Continue reading GSK partners with VMV Hypoallergenics: Fight against Cervical Cancer.