On your mark ...ready... set... EAT! 🍴🍴🍴🍴🏃🏾
Aug 19, 2019
Aug 14, 2019
Aug 13, 2019
Her name is ANGi my new bff. ANGi (Angular and G-force Indicator) is an innovative device designed to add protection, before, during, and after a crash. It is a tiny helmet mounted electronic sensor that can direct my phone to send out a call for help in the event of a crash. It also allows my contacts to monitor my progress through live tracking during a ride. It does this through a pairing with a Specialized Ride App for iOS or Android devices.
From someone who has had his share of crashes, this is a big deal. ANGi can't stop crashes but it can call for help when you can’t and potentially get help to you sooner in the event of a crash. Now who wouldn't want that?
Thanks Monching Rom of RACEDAY TRIATHLON for introducing me to ANGi.
Aug 7, 2019
Jul 22, 2019
The Pilipinas Duathlon final leg was held last July 21 at The Villages, Clark Pampanga.
Having joined the first leg last February, I decided to go for another Pilipinas Duathlon race but do the longer distance.
Admittedly, I had a bit of the jitters prior to this event because I didn’t know how I would fare during the transition from a 10km run to a 40km bike plus another 5km run to the finish.
I was up for the challenge but thought the race would be too grueling and a bit more than what I bargained for. So the game plan at the onset was to just stay focused, not go out too fast and pace myself which really paid off. The perfect cool weather and moderate sun may have helped; making it easier to accomplish the race in good time with still a bit of steam left in the finish.
Needless to say, this old fogey is very pleased and hope to do more “challenging” Duathlons in the future.
Congratulations again to the Organizers Thumbie and Popo R.