Sophisticated Runner

There are lots of personal monitors for sports nowadays and it is getting ever more sophisticated. For me, it started with Polar watch that comes with chest strap that monitors distance and heart rate. Then it follows by Garmin with chest strap and then Jabra wireless headphone with built-in HRM + iPhone. Now, I am... Continue Reading →

Pit Stop

Pit Stop service for Sundown Marathon tomorrow, available for all runners and you can make appointment 1km in advance. If this is not available, the app will route you to the next nearest available. Wonder how's the take up rate going to be like and the distance their guarantee distance before next change. Good Luck... Continue Reading →

Importance of Target

What's the big deal in setting a target for Vacathoner? Well, it's challenging to keep myself motivated for covering longer distance if I do not have a target in mind. What's the best target? Register yourself for a Marathon! You have an end in mind and tends to work out training schedule to meet that.... Continue Reading →

Dilemma

Do it or not doing it? It's always my dilemma for this as when I am sleeping, I will think of going for a jog. When I am jogging, I will think of resting on my bed. Thus, it's a struggle between Road and Bed. One of the way to overcome this is to have... Continue Reading →

Don’t give up

I recall that in my first Marathon, my thought then was to give up at half way point as my right leg was hurting as I jog. When I am approaching the half way point, I told myself that I need to hang on until that point. However, I later realised that I actually missed... Continue Reading →

Left, Right, Left, Right….

There are people who asked me how do I run a Marathon. Well, the most simple answer is to move your left foot forward, then right foot, then left foot, right foot, left foot.......and keep breathing while doing all these. Just like what Gimli had said in The Two Towers - Lord of the Rings...."Keep... Continue Reading →

Run your own distance

It’s normal to just run the distance that you want during each session. It’s no shame to run only 3km if you feels like it. No one know the body better than you, listen to your body. There are days where I setoff to complete a distance but cut it short. Likewise, there are days... Continue Reading →

Kuching Marathon 2017 – Part 2

I just can't seems to sleep anytime earlier and getting sleepy when it's nearer to the time to wake up, as usual. This is the challenge of running a Marathon, starting in the middle of the night where it's the most sleepy. Starting point is just 3 minutes walk from hotel and I got there... Continue Reading →

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