Monday, July 28, 2014

#EXPERIENCE: MILO R2 APEX Season 8 - Squat, Burpee, Run!

It was a grueling 3 months of training from Milo APEX Running School but it was ALL WORTH IT. MILO R2 APEX Running School is the official and only running school accredited by Milo Philippines.

Be the BEST you can BE!


Coach Clang and Coach Mahilum for a dose of running knowledge.


Our training was composed in 3 stages:

Stage 1: The Biomechanics and Science Behind Running

All smiles!

A combination of learning through discussions and applications

This stage usually comprises of knowing the body and how to prevent injuries before, during and after running.

Stage 2: The Optimal Performance Training for Runners

Coach Toni making sure that each performs the workout properly. 

Roni and her Yoga mat.

PLANK. more PLANK!

extreme CORE Workout!

This stage comprises of strength and conditioning training from core workouts to glutes and hamstrings with the use of yoga mats, therabands, plates and a lot more.

Stage 3: Advance Optimal Performance Enhancement Training

You need to properly stretched!

Improved balance.

More stretching!


This stage contains advance strength conditioning and flexibility. Training program will be a mixed of all the workouts introduced in earlier sessions.

Coach Marquez showing the proper twist.

At the MILO® R2 APEX Running School, you will not only learn the science of running. You’ll also develop the discipline and focus to be your best, whether at work and at play.

Work Hard, Play Hard!

buddy system stretching. 

Learn from a team of sports science trainers, running coaches, and physical therapists about injury prevention, strength and conditioning workouts, running drills, and recovery and injury rehabilitation.

Coach Marquez on the plates.

Coach Toel on the tire.

Coach Mccoy doing the next level core workout.

Coach Asha doing the YOGA.

Some of the MOA camp coaches.

Founded by world-class trainer and professional coach Jim Saret, the MILO R2 APEX Running School is the country's biggest scientific running camp and the only one that offers a full 42K marathon program.

Proper form is very inportant.

yoga. :)

Plates on action!

Body weight!

Tiring Tire. :)

Apart from training and all the knowledge and skills that one can acquire from MILO R2 APEX Running School, the friendships that were established will always remain. Meeting people who shares the same passion in running and improving oneself made it possible to build ties and good camaraderie from each one of the students coming from different running categories.

21k and 42k group

some of the 5k, 10k and 21k group

some of the 5k, 10k and 21k group

with the mamaws.
MJ, Joshua, Belle, Roni and Dindin! :)
 And if you'll ask me, YES, I broke my Personal Record for 42k (Full Marathon) last July 27, 2014 for the 38th Milo Marathon Manila Eliminations. :) Thank you MILO R2 APEX Running School for letting me achieve this milestone!





Season 9 is already open for registration. MILO R2 APEX Running School will kickoff this coming September 8, 2014 and will end November 29, 2014. So what are you waiting for? Register now and be the BEST that you can be.

For more info, you may visit http://coachjimsaret.ph.


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Sunday, July 27, 2014

POV: FEARLESS FORECAST for Cinemalaya 2014 #CinemalayaX

Here's my FEARLESS FORECAST for Cinemalaya 2014 entries based on trailers: (1 being the BEST)

Director's Showcase 

5 - Asintado by Louie Ignacio
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/asintado-by-louie-ignacio-cinemalayax.html

4 - Hari ng Tondo by Carlos Siguion-Reyna/Bibeth Orteza 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/hari-ng-tondo-by-carlos-siguion.html

3 - Hustisya by Joel Lamangan 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/hustisya-by-joel-lamangan-cinemalayax.html

2 - Kasal by Joselito Altarejos 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/kasal-by-joselito-altarejos-cinemalayax.html

1 - The Janitor by Michael Tuviera 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-janitor-by-michael-tuviera.html


New Breed Category 



10 - Ronda by Nick Olanka 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/ronda-by-nick-olanka-cinemalayax.html

Nick Olanka's Ronda being the last since there's no trailer until now for this entry. Cinemalaya

9 - Bwaya by Francis X.E. Pasion Cinemalaya
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/bwaya-by-francis-xe-pasion-cinemalayax.html

8 - Mariquina by Milo Sogueco
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/mariquina-by-milo-sogueco-cinemalayax.html

7 - Separados by GB Sampedro 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/separados-by-gb-sampedro-cinemalayax.html

6 - Sundalong Kanin by Denise O'Hara/Janice O'Hara 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/sundalong-kanin-by-denise-oharajanice.html

5 - #Y by Gino Santos
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/y-by-gino-santos-cinemalayax.html

4 - Dagitab (Sparks) by Giancarlo Lauro C. Abrahan V
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/dagitab-sparks-by-giancarlo-lauro-c.html

3 - 1st ko si 3rd by Real S. Florido 
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/1st-ko-si-3rd-by-real-s-florido.html

2 - Children's Show by Roderick Cabrido
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/childrens-show-by-roderick-cabrido.html

1 - K’na, The Dreamweaver by Ida Anita Del Mundo
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/kna-dreamweaver-by-ida-anita-del-mundo.html


Short Film Category



10 - THE ORDINARY THINGS WE DO by David Corpuz
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-ordinary-things-we-do-by-david.html

9 - ASAN SI LOLO Mê? by Sari Estrada
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/asan-si-lolo-me-by-sari-estrada.html

8 - INA-TAY by Chloe Veloso
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/ina-tay-by-chloe-veloso-cinemalayax.html

7 - EYEBALL by Thop Nazareno
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/eyeball-by-thop-nazareno-cinemalayax.html

6 - NAKABIBINGING KADILIMAN by Paolo O'Hara
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/nakabibinging-kadiliman-by-paolo-ohara.html

5 - MGA LIGAW NA PARUPARO by J.E. Tiglao
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/mga-ligaw-na-paruparo-by-je-tiglao.html

4 - INDAYOG NG NAYATAMAK by Joris Fernandez
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/indayog-ng-nayatamak-by-joris-fernandez.html

3 - PADULONG SA PINUY-ANAN by Eden Villarba
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/padulong-sa-pinuy-anan-by-eden-villarba.html

2 - TIYA BENING by Ralph Quijano Cinemalaya
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/tiya-bening-by-ralph-quijano-cinemalayax.html

1 - LOLA by Kevin Ang Tan
http://ohohleo.blogspot.com/2014/07/lola-by-kevin-ang-tan-cinemalayax.html


What do you think of this year's set of films? I would love to hear your thoughts about it! 


#ISupportFilipinoPride
#Cinemalaya2014 
#CinemalayaX

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Saturday, July 26, 2014

#KITKATBreakMovement Everyone deserve to have a BREAK.

Imagine yourself living in world of SILENCE.Can you stand it? Will you survive? Maybe a couple of minutes, hours or even days are acceptable but not if we're talking about forever.

from all-hd-wallpapers.com
It's hard to live LIFE without sound. Life becomes more fun and exciting with all of it may it be noise or music that surrounds us. If I would be given a chance to unlock a skill, I want to have a skill on playing a musical instrument/s. It's one of my frustration until now since I don't know how to play any. Ideal instrument to play for me would be piano, flute, violin, or harp. It has a soothing effect and have a relax and calm vibe.



Listening and playing musical instrument/s would be a nice break from all the things people normally do especially when you have a full time job. I find it very fulfilling for those people who incorporate such activities in their daily lives.

from popucity.net

Life offers a lot of challenging tasks and it's good to break the monotony by adding spice on it. How about you? What skill would you like to unlock and why?

#KITKATBreakMovement


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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

NEWS: 2015 Philippine Holidays!

You can plan your vacations as early as now as Malacanang issued Proclamation No. 831, s. 2014 declaring the regular holidays, special non-working days, and a special school holiday for 2015.

There will be eight long weekends in 2015 according to the list published by Malacanang, which is based on Proclamation No. 831 signed by President Benigno Aquino July 17.

These include the weekend after January 1 (Thursday), a regular holiday for New Year’s Day, and January 2 (Friday), which was declared a special non-working day.

Regular holidays declared for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday (April 2 and 3) will also be extended the weekends for Black Saturday and Easter Sunday (April 4 and 5).




Other long weekends are those following the Fridays of Labor Day (May 1), Independence Day (June 12), Ninoy Aquino Day (August 21), Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

Weekends preceding National Heroes Day (August 31) and Bonifacio Day (November 30), which fall on Mondays, would also be extended, Malacanang’s list showed.

A total of 18 holidays have been identified in the list. It is expected to grow, however, with the declaration of holidays for the Islamic holidays of Eid’l Fitr and Eidul Adha.

January 1 (Thu) - New Year's Day

January 2 (Fri) - Special Non-Working Day (six-day long weekend from December 30 to January 4)

February 19 (Thu) - Chinese New Year

February 25 (Wed) - EDSA Revolution Anniversary (holiday for schools only)

April 2 (Thu) - Holy Thursday

April 3 (Fri) - Good Friday

April 4 (Sat) - Black Saturday (four-day long weekend from April 2 to 4)

April 9 (Thu) - Araw ng Kagitingan

May 1 (Fri) - Labor Day (three-day long weekend from May 1 to 3)

June 12 (Fri) - Independence Day (three-day long weekend from June 12 to 14)

July 17 (Fri) - Eid'l Fitr (possible three-day long weekend from July 17 to 20 pending proclamation when
date is confirmed)

August 21 (Fri) - Ninoy Aquino Day (three-day long weekend from August 21 to 23)

August 31 (Mon) - National Heroes Day (three-day long weekend from August 29 to 31)

September 24 (Thu) - Eid'l Adha (pending proclamation when date is confirmed)

November 1 (Sun) - All Saints Day

November 30 (Mon) - Bonifacio Day (three-day long weekend from November 28 to 30)

December 24 (Thu) - Special Non-Working Day

December 25 (Fri) - Christmas Day (four-day long weekend from December 24 to 27)

December 30 (Wed) - Rizal Day

December 31 (Thu) - Last Day of the Year (five-day long weekend from December 30 to January 3, 2016)


Here's the Infographic for easy browsing:


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Going YESSS, YAMAN with my 4 Pre-Loved Items!! #olxph #nuffnangph


Sharing you my pre-loved and owned items and the stories behind them.


Sony Cybershot 7.2 MegaPixel Camera
This camera was a gift from my sister when I graduated high school. She sense that I liked to take pictures may it be portrait, sunrise and sunsets, greens, animals, collections and a lot more. This Sony Cybershot 7.2 MegaPixel Camera is good to jump start one's curiosity about photography.

Collector's item The Last Airbender button badges
The Last Airbender button badges was a great collection. I become interested with the item when I watched both the animated film and the series. What's your favorite element? Earth, Air, Water or Fire?

Parker BallPen
This Parker BallPen was a surprise gift from a friend. Since I love to write articles and poems, my friend decided to give this awesome ballpen. I really feel inspired when I'm writing with this item.


Limited edition FunKo Pop! Game of Thrones - Tyrion Lannister Vinyl Figure
My favorite out of the 4 items is this Limited edition FunKo Pop! Game of Thrones - Tyrion Lannister Vinyl Figure. Who's not going crazy over The Game of Thrones series? With it's exciting and adventurous plot, for sure you'll gonna be hooked up. Tyrion Lannister Pop Vinyl Figure is very rare to find that's why I consider this as a collector's item. Lucky to have this item, but you'll be luckier if you'll have this from me.

How about you? What preloved items do you want to sell and what are the stories behind it? Would love to hear your side. :) Cheers!

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

#Experience: Lancaster New City - Cavite Tour Weekend 1 of 3

I was thrilled and excited when I got the chance to be part of a weekend trip with bloggers, digital marketers, I.T. experts, online entrepreneurs and startups at some parts of Cavite. It was a unique adventure knowing that most of us only met during an event prior to the day of travel. It was really an AWESOME experience! I want to share to you our ITINERARY for the said trip. Let's get this blog rolling.



Lancaster New City - Cavite (House Models)

Our meeting place was at Blue Wave located along the Macapagal Avenue, Pasay City going to our first stop, Lancaster New City - Cavite. Lancaster New City is more than 1,000 hectares township development that covers Imus, Kawit, and General Trias Cavite. It is a township development close to Metro Manila, giving the families an option to still live in a community that offers more space and more time to bond. Lancaster New City centers at the following areas thus making it a complete package development:


Live. Learn. Work. Play. Worship

LANCASTER NEW CITY's initial phase of development is set to plant it roots in the community and eventually grow into a full-fledged "new town", similar to the ones we currently see in prime locations around Asia. Shopping is just around the corner with LANCASTER SQUARE. Quality education is just a few blocks away at the ST. EDWARD INTEGRATED SCHOOL. Family fun and celebrations are right next door at the LEIGHTON HALL clubhouse, with a pool and function rooms for special events. The CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY is just within walking distance, and work can be just a few minutes away at the SUNTECH IT PARK. Being just 15 minutes away from Manila via Cavitex, LANCASTER NEW CITY is set to become the most accessible new town from Manila, and first of its kind of development in Cavite. You can click the photos to view house models and specifications:











Lancaster Square

Lancaster Square is a retail-commercial complex, committed to give its customers the shopping and dining experience that they have always wanted.


Lancaster Square organizes various community activities at the Lancaster Activity Center. Several exciting events held at the Lancaster Square and Activity Center to foster true family bonding and reinforce a health community among the residents. Basketball sports clinic for kids, street dance contest, zumba work out and a lot more. It also hosts a Weekend Market every payday weekend for the residents’ shopping needs. 



St. Edward Integrated School

St. Edward Integrated School is a school right at the heart of Lancaster New City - Cavite that provides quality education at affordable rates.


It is managed by the Quality Education Design Company (QED) with Dep-Ed K-12 curriculum. St. Edward Integrated School has top-notch facilities that ensure the students are college-ready through education that is rich, relevant, and responsive. 

St. Edward’s facilities include:
  • Audio-Visual Room
  • Multi-Purpose Room
  • Computer Room
  • Home Economics Laboratory
  • Science and Technology Laboratories (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and General Science)
  • Speech Laboratory
  • Art Gallery
  • Kindergarten Playroom
  • Has 24/7 security and CCTV cameras 


Leighton Hall



It is the first of the Lancaster New City Clubhouses with the following facilities:

  •  Outdoor Swimming Pool - can cater to 150 people.
  •  Buckingham Hall - function hall that can cater to 400 pax.
  • Coffee Nook (Copper Kettle) (serves Amadeo-blend Coffee)
  • Children’s Play Area


Was amazed how Lancaster New City put up everything in one place. It truly lives to its "Live. Learn. Work. Play. Worship." If I had the capacity to buy a unit when I visited Lancaster, maybe I purchased one or two already. :)



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