It’s a cultural phenomenon, this sport of running, and it’s one that has taken the Philippines quite by storm. More and more Filipinos are just going, getting out there, and running. [firstpara] These days, not a month passes by without us hearing of some sort of “fun run” being held for a cause, or sometimes really, just for the fun of it.
Today, fans of running will surely be elated to hear that Summit Media is bringing Runner’s World to the Philippines—a magazine that’s considered to be “the leading voice of running worldwide.”
Everyone with two able legs can run. Just not as well as some people do. And that is where Runner’s World should come in. Runner’s World dissects the sport of running like a hungry truck driver expertly getting the most meat out of his favorite tilapia meal.
The magazine seeks to inform, to advise, and to motivate all runners. From the greenest of beginners to the most blistered of veterans, Runner’s World is chock full of features that aim to, help people run the right way, run better, run longer, and ultimately lead healthier and more active lifestyles.
Editor-in-chief Marie Calica says it best: “We’re packing every issue with as much up-to-the-minute information on training, injury-prevention, nutrition, and inspiration to help you find your way through this exciting sport.”
So, if you’re really think running is for you, and you want to be the best runner you can be, the magazine should be of great help. The premiere issue of Runner’s World (this April), is available for free with every copy of Men’s Health and Women’s Health Magazines!
WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES