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Spartan Race Father’s Day Promo

Father's Day is fast approaching this weekend, have you already thought of a gift for your beloved Dad? Let me help you with that!

Is your Dad an adventurous one who loves obstacle races? You have no problem at all, just gear him up, get him dirty, and pull him out to a Spartan Race™ near you! What if he's a couch potato who just loves wrestling his mind with literary works? Then go ahead and smarten him up with books from Joe Desena and maybe it will inspire him to also hit the outdoors!

Whatever your choice, there's something for our beloved Dads this Father's Day from Spartan Race™ Inc. to either strengthen his mind, his body, or both just by joining any US Spartan race (sorry my fellow Countrymen, our race is yet to come... soon!). Here's how:
  1. Sign-up for afternoon Sprints and use the code: SPARTANDAD
  2. Upon check-out, pay only $69 in race fee
  3. Get the two (2) free digital books by Joe Desena (Spartan Up! and Spartan Fit!)
The promo code cannot be combined with other codes including GovX, Spartan Passes, Volunteer, or Groupon entries. This offer ends on June 18, 2017 11:59PM ET and the e-book download instructions will be supplied by June 22, 2017.

So don't let this opportunity pass, go out and race with your Dad while able! :)

To know more about the Spartan race categories, click each of the following links below:
  1. Spartan Sprint
  2. Super Spartan
  3. Spartan Beast
  4. Ultra Beast Marathon
“Put one foot in front of the other, focus on the little goal right in front of you, and almost anything is possible.” ― Joe De Sena
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The Benefits of Cardio for Mesothelioma Patients

by: Katherine Keys

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When patients are diagnosed with mesothelioma, the cancer term saturates their minds. This disease is widespread across a huge population of former industrial workers. It can, however, be manageable when it's caught early on. In fact, patients can use exercise as a resource against cancer. Getting the heart pumping and the skin sweating is enough to fight off advanced cancers for several reasons.

Fewer Tissues to Support

When patients prioritize their health, weight loss is often the result. Healthy diets and workouts create a perfect storm for a lean physique. Cancer patients who have minimal fat tissue will see better results in recovery. The body concentrates its efforts on eradicating foreign tissues instead of supporting a heavy weight. Fewer fat cells also keep the body in better homeostasis or balance, which helps when patients are recovering from treatment.

It's important that the cardio makes the patient break a sweat. Rapid paces allow the body to burn fat faster than walking or jogging.

Immune System Boost

When a patient has early-stage cancer, treatments and lifestyle changes must be combined to fight off further illness. Working out several times a week gives the immune system a boost. As the person heats up and sweats, beneficial hormones move through the body. These hormones provide a "high" for the person, which indirectly boosts the immune system. Foreign cells might be readily destroyed compared to less ideal environments in a sedentary person.

Depending on the patient's medical state, working out should occur two or three times a week. Spreading out the exercises allows the body to recover, which helps it grow stronger against the invading cancer.

Hormonal Control

Although cancer patients want good hormones coursing through their bodies, other chemicals pose threats to recovery, reports the National Cancer Institute. Growth hormones, estrogen and other chemicals are naturally occurring in the body, but they can aggravate a cancer diagnosis. By working out, these hormones aren't as dominant in the body. Cancer patients benefit with the subtle changes at the molecular level, which ultimately control tumor growth. A rapidly growing tumor might meet its match when the body works out on a regular basis.

Energy Reserves

According to the National Institutes of Health, cardio workouts give patients more energy. Newcomers to the workout world might believe the opposite to be true, but a good session actually creates energy. Cancer patients feel invigorated and ready to take on the day. That overwhelming feeling of fatigue and weakness is almost nonexistent.

These energy reserves might be channeled to the immune system for an extra battle against cancer, or it gives the patient a positive mindset to face any other challenges. Every cancer patient wants to feel normal again, and additional energy is always a welcome side effect.

Mesothelioma patients may be concerned that cardiovascular exercise will hurt their recovery chances. They should speak to their doctors about their health and cardio possibilities. Patients might be surprised to hear that moderate cardio is actually recommended. Living with cancer is possible with support and regular workouts every day.
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Run for the Mountains, and Support Lives

(Press Release)

Non-profit organization, JCI Manila will kick off a 3K, 5K, and 10K run on May 21, Sunday on the streets of McKinley West in Taguig City.

Gun Start is at 5:30am.

Dubbed as Run for the Mountains, the event will also feature performances from Indigenous People (IP) athletes – respectively of Mangyan, Igorot, or Aeta roots. Each is set to showcase his/her skill in archery, javelin throw, storytelling, music, and dance.

Proceeds will go towards the improvement of Field of Dreams – a 60 meter by 60 meter sports facility that regularly runs baseball/softball and football programs for the youth of Paradise Heights – commonly known as the Smokey Mountain community in Tondo, Manila.

Funds will also help build water pipes for homes in Indigenous People villages.

“The goal of this run is to come up with resources for less fortunate kids – keep them busy through sports, so they can stay away from drugs and other vices. At the same time, help raise awareness about the plight of IP communities in the Philippines,” says JCI Manila Run for the Mountains Chairman, Jackie Sadhwani.

“There’s a bright future ahead for people from marginalized and neglected sectors of the country. Extending help is one way of making them realize that the world, after all, is still filled with good people who can inspire others to live a good life,” Sadhwani adds.

To know more about JCI Manila’s Run for the Mountains, you may visit its Facebook page at
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Flanax® @ 35 Dance Fitness Concert

It's no secret that dancing is one of the time-tested performance art that not only spectacles its viewers but also improves the cardiovascular and fitness of the participants in relation to the rhythm and sequence of movements. Zumba, a dance fitness program that involves aerobic movements performed to an energetic music is an example.

What: Flanax® @ 35 "Subok Ko Na Yan!" Dance Fitness Concert
When: April 8, 2017 @ 4:00 PM (gate opens at 2:00 PM)
Where: PICC Forum 2 and 3, Juan Arellano, Pasay, Metro Manila
Participation Access: Present 1 empty pack of Flanax® 9+1 promo pack worth Php 100.00

Like Zumba, Flanax® is also a time-tested medication that relieves joint and body pain. Celebrating its 35th year in the market, the company will hold a huge high-energy Dance Fitness Concert to be attended with over 1,500 participants on April 08, 2017 at the PICC Forum 2 and 3 at 4:00 PM (gates will open as early as 2:00 PM). Titled "Subok Ko Na Yan!", the event will be a 2-hour dance fitness party to be led by two of the famous personalities in the entertainment industry.

The country's Fitness Diva Ms. Regine Tolentino will kickstart the program along with Madelle Paltu-ob, a world-class performer and Zumba Education Specialist (ZES) together with dozens of other instructors from all over the country.

Ms. Regine Tolentino will lead the Flanax dance concert on April 8
The Chinito heartthrob Mr. Richard Yap will also give the participants special performances along with UPeepz, the voluptuous winners and finalist of Bilbiling Mandaluyong.

Richard Yap will also give the participants a special performance
Everyone is welcome to attend and join this fitness party on April 8, even kids can also come along. To get access, each attendees/participants will just have to present 1 empty pack of Flanax® 9+1 promo pack worth Php 100.00 that will serve as their pass to the event.

There will be onsite selling in case participants will not be able to buy the promo pack from the drugstores. Flanax® promo pack is available at all leading drugstores - Mercury Drug, Watsons, South Star drug and Rose Pharmacy.

Get access to the event by presenting an empty pack of Flanax 9+1 promo
Highlighting the event will be the launch of Ms. Regine Tolentino's dance fitness album with easy to follow instructional video produced by Flanax®. During the media launch last Thursday, Ms. Regine revealed to us that she took a voice lesson and on April 8, she will also be serenading us, more reason to join and melt both our hearts and fats! :)

But wait, there's more! All participants during the event will get an event T-shirt, Regine Tolentino Dance Video CD, plus gift pack from participating brands. So don't miss this great opportunity to sweat your fats out while grooving to the energetic music.

Together with Ms. Regine Tolentino
With Ms. Rochelle Romero of PixRepublic
With other co-bloggers at the media launch

Official hashtags: #subokkonayan #winagainstpain #flanax
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5 Tips On What To Do During A Dengue Outbreak

Dengue is a viral disease that is commonly transmitted by a biting mosquito-day; these mosquitoes live closely with people and they usually thrive in tiny amounts of stagnant water. When fully grown, they lay eggs in the water and the incubation period usually last from 4-10 days. When a person is afflicted with the dengue virus, they usually experience high fever for several days accompanied with a severe headache, muscle, joint, and eye pains. That's why people go out of their way to prevent dengue outbreaks from happening in their vicinity.

If you did not know what to do to prevent a dengue outbreak, then here are some tips to help you out:

# 1. Removing Water from Buckets and Pails

First thing to do is eliminate the places where they thrive in. If you have empty buckets and pails scatter around your house, then it's much better to turn them over so that they could not collect excess water and provide a place for mosquitoes to live in. If, in any case, you can not throw the water away from the pails and buckets, then make sure to put a lid on top of it and keep it tightly sealed.

# 2 Taking Care of Your Potted Plants

If you have empty flower pots laying around your house, then it's better to make sure they are turned over to avoid collecting excess water (like in # 1). And if you water your plant regularly, then make sure to not over-water them and cause excess water to build up on top of the soil, even if the soil will absorb it in a few days, it's better to be safe than sorry when having possible breeding grounds for mosquitoes around your house.

# 3 Using Mosquito Repellent on a Regular Basis

After clearing out possible breeding grounds for mosquitoes, it's time to keep them away from your home. Use mosquito repellent around the exposed areas of your house, apply it during the day and even at night. Commonly used mosquito repellents are chemically based, that's why use caution when using them because they may cause skin irritation and other complications; organic mosquito repellents are available in markets but they are quite pricey, that's why people opt for chemically based.

# 4. Preventing Dengue Coming from Inside Your House

Sometimes there exists mosquitoes that are determined to invade your home; they use the open entrances or holes in your house to gain access. Always remember to close doors and windows around the house and if you tend to leave your windows open, try installing a screen on the outer part to prevent them from coming inside. But if you already have screens installed, make sure they do not have holes, and if they do have holes, try to cover up the holes to not let any mosquitoes inside.

# 5. Remaining Eliminating Mosquitoes

Now, to eliminate the lingering mosquitoes around your home. The most commonly used way to eliminate them is by installing electric mosquito zappers around the house. These zappers use ultraviolet light to attract mosquitoes and the mosquito is when they get close enough lethally electrocuted. Using this machine is time efficient and easy to use; you just have to plug it in, and voila! You do not even lift a finger when eliminating mosquitoes.

Preventing mosquito outbreaks in your vicinity can not only help you but also the people around you. By reducing the amount of breeding areas, they have, they eventually end up dying by themselves or they look for new breeding spots. Always remember that preventing them from multiplying is keeping you and the people around you safe.

About the author:

Jeric is a freelance writer that features food, lifestyle, travel, DIY subjects, and nature. He is an adventurer, taking on the world and everything it has to offer, be it with the good and the bad. He also has a weird love for reggae and sharks. See: Reggae Shark
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Known to be the multisport series for newbies and amateurs, yet challenging enough for the experienced ones, the SBR Tri-series is back and bigger with a new "LITE" category. Now on it's 5th year, created the LITE category which is designed as a stepping stone for those who are not yet comfortable or ready to conquer the Tri-series' FULL distances.

The Tri Series is open for everyone, has NO CUT OFF TIME and literally almost all types of bikes are allowed. Registration for the Philippines’ first and only multisport race series dedicated to beginners and beginners at heart is now open!

SBR Tri-Series 2017
Aquathlon | Duathlon | Triathlon

The Race Series:

Aquathlon has long been considered as the perfect stepping stone for triathlon. The Aquaman Aquathlon 2017 is designed for athletes who are just starting to get their multisport feet wet and are not yet comfortable with their bike handling skills.
  • Date and Time: 23 April 2017 Sunday, 6:00 AM
  • Venue: PhilSports Arena (formerly Ultra), Pasig
  • Categories: FULL: 800m swim-4K run | LITE: 400m swim-2K run
  • Registration Fees:
    1. Early Rate (until March 19, 2017 only)
      • Individual: Php 1,700
      • 2-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 2,700
    2. Regular Rate (March 20 - April 9, 2017)
      • Individual: Php 2,000
      • 2-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 3,000

This is the second leg of the Tri Series and is the perennial biggest event. Designed to be short enough for the newbies and lung-busting enough for the seasoned duathlete. The Duaman Duathlon was the biggest recorded duathlon in Philippine history, garnering over 900 participants from all walks of life and varying skill levels.
  • Date and Time: 28 May 2017 Sunday, 6:00 AM
  • Venue: Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
  • Categories: FULL: 6K run-20K bike-3K run | LITE: 3K run-13K bike-3K run
  • Registration Fees:
    1. Early Rate (until April 2, 2017 only)
      • Individual: Php 1,900
      • 2-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 2,900
      • 3-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 3,900
    2. Regular Rate (April 3 - May 14, 2017)
      • Individual: Php 2,200
      • 2-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 3,200
      • 3-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 4,200

The Triman Triathlon is the flagship event of the Tri Series, considered to be the de-facto training/breeding ground of all triathlon newbies and is the most newbie friendly triathlon in the country.
  • Date and Time: 18 June 2017 Sunday, 6:00 AM
  • Venue: Fontana Hot Springs Resort Leisure Park, Clark, Angeles, Pampanga
  • Categories: FULL: 900m swim-30K bike-5K run | LITE: 600m swim-20K bike-2.5K run
  • Registration Fees:
    1. Early Rate (until April 16, 2017)
      • Individual: Php 2,200
      • 2-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 3,200
      • 3-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 4,200
    2. Regular Rate (April 17 - June 4, 2017)
      • Individual: Php 2,500
      • 2-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 3,500
      • 3-Man Relay (FULL distance): Php 4,500

Now for those who wants to get the best deal for the whole series, you may avail of the one-time package registration (Tri-pack) for individual racers. Availing this registration type don't only reserve your slot early but you also get to continuously train and mentally prepare knowing that you already have your "A" races plotted on your calendar.

Tri-Pack Registration Fees:
  1. Early Rate (until March 20, 2017 only): Php 5,000
  2. Regular Rate (March 21 - April 9, 2017): Php 6,000

Registration Options:
  1. Online: Aquaman | Duaman | Triman | Tri-Pack
  2. In-Store:
    • The Brick Multisport Store
    • Cycling Zone
    • Trek Bicycle Store
    • The Coffee Trail Cyclery
    • Biker's Cafe
    • Maximus Athlete's Shop Cafe
    • SBR Headquarters
  3. Bank Deposit:
    • Download and fill-up Registration Form
    • Deposit payment to: Carlos De Guzman - Bank of the Philippine Islands (3379-0967-69) | Banco de Oro (132-024-11-99)
    • Email the completed registration form along with the deposit slip (with your NAME and CONTACT NO.) to
All entries are non-refundable, non-transferable and non-applicable to future races.

For more details and further race updates, please visit the Official link
Official Hashtags:
#SBRphTriSeries2017 #TriSeries2017 #Aquaman2017 #Duaman2017 #Triman2017

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Tabata: An Explosive and Efficient Workout

Written by: Ashley Aucoin

Countless fitness trends have come and gone over the years. Each one promises to help you slim down, tone up, and achieve your fitness goals. Everyone has a different goal in mind when they commit to a fitness plan, and with hard work and dedication most exercise programs will produce results. But what happens if you can’t carve out 60 minutes a day to get your sweat on or you find it hard to stick to a specific fitness plan? Whether you need a quick burn or want to shake up your routine, Tabata training will deliver.

History of Tabata

Tabata is a form of high-intensity interval training, more commonly known as HIIT. It was invented by Dr. Izumi Tabata in 1996. Tabata, along with a team of researchers from the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Tokyo, was hired by the head coach of the Japanese speed skating team to assess the efficacy of their workout program.

During his research, Tabata divided the athletes into two groups and gave each group a different workout plan. Group A worked out with moderate intensity for 60 minutes, five days a week. Group B worked out at a high-intensity level four days a week for only 4 minutes and 20 seconds. Both groups were monitored over a six-week period. At the end of the study, they compared the VO2 max (maximal oxygen uptake) of the athletes in both groups and discovered the high-intensity training performed by Group B had a greater impact on both their aerobic and anaerobic systems. It was concluded that working out in four-minute high-intensity intervals was more beneficial than working out for 60 minutes at a moderate pace.

Benefits of Tabata

Improved Stamina: Tabata improves your aerobic and anaerobic threshold. Your aerobic capacity is a measurement of your maximum oxygen uptake during exercise. Your body requires more oxygen when you work out. The rate at which your muscles and tissue are able to absorb oxygen is known as your VO2 max. Most people have a VO2 max between 30 and 60 ml/kg/min. The higher your VO2 max, the more potential you have for aerobic endurance. As you do Tabata training, your VO2 max will improve, along with your stamina.

Anaerobic capacity refers to the maximum amount of energy your body can produce without oxygen. By increasing your anaerobic capacity, you can exert yourself at a maximum effort for a longer period of time. An easy way to measure improvements in your anaerobic capacity is to time yourself while sprinting at 100 percent effort. Record your time and distance. After six weeks of Tabata training, revisit this challenge. You will be amazed at how much farther you can run at maximum effort.

Increased Metabolic Rate and Fat Loss: High-intensity interval training increases our metabolic rate by almost 15 times the basal metabolic rate. Your basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the amount of energy your body uses naturally at rest. Not only are you burning an average of 15 calories a minute, but the increased demand Tabata puts on your body will increase your BMR and torch fat for hours after your workout.

Muscle Tissue Retention: If you want to improve your cardiovascular fitness but are concerned about losing hard-earned muscle, Tabata training is for you. The stress placed on your muscle tissue during Tabata sends signals to your body that more muscle tissue is needed and the ratio of lean body mass to fat will increase. If you choose full-body workouts that use more muscle mass, you could actually end up increasing your muscle tissue.

No Time Constraints: No time to workout? Can’t get to the gym? These excuses won’t fly when it comes to Tabata training. All you need are four minutes and a pair of sneakers to complete this workout.

How to do Tabata

Tabata is a 4-minute workout that consists of eight timed intervals. Each interval is broken down into 20 seconds of all-out exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest. Tabata training is going to mentally and physically push you to your limit. If you are doing this workout correctly, you should feel completely exhausted and find it nearly impossible to finish the final interval.

People often use this form of workout to improve their cardiovascular fitness, but Tabata training is versatile and can also be use to improve weight training and core strength. Beginners should concentrate on cardio, such as running, cycling, and rowing, or bodyweight exercises. Whatever your focus, to get the most out of your workout, it is important you choose exercises that engage a large number of muscles.

Tabata Warm-Up

It’s recommended that you do a 5-minute, full-body dynamic warmup before you attempt your first set of Tabata. A dynamic warm-up consists of a series of movements that will engage the muscles you are going to use in your workout. This warm-up will increase your body temperature and range of motion and activate your nervous system. When done properly a dynamic warm-up can improve your performance.

Mix and match these exercises to create a 5-minute dynamic warm-up. Make sure you choose exercises that engage the muscle groups you plan to work out.
  • Walking lunges
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Arm Circles
  • High Knees
  • Side Bends
  • Front Leg Swing
  • Push-Ups
  • Burpees
  • Butt Kicks
  • Side Shuffles

Tabata Workouts

If you’re new to fitness or are short on time, do one set of Tabata exercises two to three times a week. To get the most out of your workout, it is important to give your body time to rest. Leave a day or two between workouts for your muscles to recover. Once you’re ready to get started, all you will need for most of these exercises is a stopwatch (we use the timer on our phone) and lots of motivation. There are endless options for exercises you can use in your Tabata workout. I have listed below a few for you to choose from based on your fitness level and goals.

Dangers and Cautions

Tabata doesn’t involve many risks; however, due to its high intensity, I don’t recommend it for heart patients or people with high blood pressure. This type of interval training rapidly increases your heart rate, so it is recommended that you consult your doctor before adding Tabata to your workout regime.

There is also a risk of injury when you are performing any exercise; however, this risk can increase when you increase intensity and speed. Make sure you are comfortable performing the exercises and can maintain proper form at a moderate pace before incorporating them into your Tabata routine. If you have questions about form or technique, seek out a professional trainer for advice and assistance.

Original Article by: eReplacementParts’ Lifestyle Blog
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Pilipinas Trail Running Camp 2017

The trail running community in the Philippines has grown a lot lately and it has also attracted a variety of participants from regular road runners, fitness enthusiasts, mountaineers, and even couch potatoes. There's no doubt that many people are being drawn into the kind of adventurous kind of experience with trail running.

However, there are currently no regular trail running clinics in the Country that will help guide those beginner participants or those who are just transitioning. Sure some of our regular running workouts can be applied to strengthen and develop our running legs for the mountains, but what about the other essential trail running preparations and techniques? Would you ask google and follow the stories and experiences from foreign races? Or would it be better to learn from our own sport veterans who have gained the experience and atmosphere of our own races?

If you rather choose the 2nd option, then you're in for a great bonding and fellowship!

RaceYaya, together with Adrenaline Multisport Group and Basekamp, will hold a series of Trail running camp that aims to introduce new and aspiring runners to the sports trail running, help understand the techniques of the sport, nutrition and training plans, gearing up, trail etiquette, and other essential preparations and management needed before tackling the race and during race day.

The trail running camp will be a 5-month program which includes two stay-in weekends of learning and a culminating intimate race on the final month that will create capable trail runners with life-long stewardship and love for nature.

The 1st Camp will be on February 25-26 at Basekamp, Pintong Bukawe, in San Mateo, Rizal. This will be an overnight weekend fellowship where you will learn about the basics of Trail running, which includes Road to Trail, Gearing up, Getting the right form, Attacking the uphills and downhills, and trail etiquette.

The 2nd Camp on May 6-7 at Basekamp, Pintong Bukawe, San Mateo, Rizal will also be another overnight bonding and learning experience about Trail running preparations. How to avoid injuries, First aid lesson, Nutrition/hydration preparation, Weather management, race planning and sticking to it.

The 3rd Camp will be a graduation Mini trail race where you can then apply what you have learned so far from the previous camps.

The Camp fees are as follows and you may register through You may pay via PayPal or bank deposit.
  1. Camp 1: P2,500
  2. Camp 2: P2,500
  3. Camp 3: P2,000
Your camp fees are inclusive of an event shirt, overnight accommodation* (bed space or sharing tent space), meals, giveaways and discounts from Sponsors, raffle stub and donation to the Athlete Support Fund.

*Accommodation will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. There will be 12 slots for bed space (six pax per room and dorm –type bed ), eight slots for hut accommodation (twin sharing mattress bed), and campsite accommodation (twin sharing tents).

For inquiries, you may contact or 0908-813-1086. Follow the Facebook event page to get more updates.
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Run Limitless: Technologically Innovative Vehicles

by: Jeric Danao

The roads these days are dominated by Honda Civics, Hyundai Accents and Toyota Altis, the Philippines have a traffic dilemma that has been a headache even before electric cars were thought of. With new innovations come new vehicles and before you think about the next car to drive why don’t you step away from the image of the busy roads of Manila and appreciate the other innovative vehicles that was once just in games and movies but are now a reality. These vehicles are straight out of a kid’s imagination and made real, they may not be able to solve traffic problems but they are unique.

Rinspeed sQuba

This sports car feels like it drove in straight from a spy movie, the most eye catching feature it boasts is the ability to dive underwater up to 10m. This sleek ride replaced its engines with electric motors, three to be exact. One of the motors is dedicated to the land operations of the car while the rest is meant to control the propellers while underwater. These are powered by rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries meaning there’s no need of gas. Besides being able to dive underwater this car is also able to drive autonomously on land using laser scanners.

Covini C6W

This six wheeler super car is simply mind boggling, having two additional wheels in the front is the main innovative factor in this sports car. There are serious benefits in having six wheels instead of four in terms of safety and comfort. Putting aside the fact that it can run at 185mph max, focus on the design. Thanks to having those two extra wheels the suspension of the car is evenly distributed and gives a smoother ride. The evened out weight allows for much better grip especially in turning which lets it go at higher cornering speeds. The brakes are enhanced because that’ll be four tires instead of two and in case a blow out in one of your front tires occur, you’ll be fine because the additional wheels are more than enough to carry the weight of the car.

Segway Centaur

On a smaller scale the Segway Centaur’s simplistic design makes it a versatile ride that you can enjoy both indoors and outdoors. Its design also allows you to handle it in various terrains and it still sports the gyroscopic balancing technology making sure that you’ll be safe when you try that wheelie. The movement is easily controlled by your thumb through a throttle found on the right handle bar. The Segway Centaur also has strong suspension and an engaged position making sure you’re safe and in full control of the vehicle.

These are just a few of the innovative vehicles that have already been made and many more to come. There are tons of concepts waiting to be executed. Each day innovators are coming up with new ideas to put into vehicles and with the rate of progression in innovation you may see flying cars in the near future. Or the solution to great traffic could be coming soon.

About the Author:

Jeric is a freelance writer that features food, lifestyle, travel, DIY subjects, and nature. He is an adventurer, taking on the world and everything it has to offer, may it be the good and the bad. He also has a weird love for reggae and sharks.

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Legendary Trials Rider Danny MacAskill Stuns at Vermosa Active Revolution

Press Release

Hotshot streets trial rider Danny MacAskill astounded Filipino bike riders and enthusiasts as he brought his renowned Drop and Roll tour to the country for the first time at Vermosa Active Revolution. The sports and active lifestyle expo was mounted recently at Ayala Land’s Vermosa estate along Daang Hari Road in Cavite.

Joining the Scottish MTB phenomenon were fellow pro riders Duncan Shaw, Fabio Wibmer, and Ali C., who all gave local riders and speed enthusiasts a truly unforgettable spectacle with their jaw-dropping stunts.

Vermosa Active Revolution put the Vermosa estate on the map as the premier sports and active lifestyle destination in the south. This 700-hectare master-planned, mixed-use development in Cavite offers a modern suburban community where daily life becomes more dynamic for health enthusiasts.

“Vermosa stands as an accessible premier destination for new-age sports, perfect for people who are passionate about healthy and active living,” said Jay Teodoro, Ayala Land Senior Division Manager and Estate Head of Vermosa. “By hosting world class events such as Vermosa Active Revolution, the estate furthers its thrust of not only providing the best training facilities and services, but of bringing in quality, internationally-renowned talent to promote active and healthy lifestyles.”

Among the world’s best street trials pro riders, Duncan Shaw, Ali Clarkson, Fabio Wibmer, and Danny MacAskill brought their Drop and Roll tour for the very first time in the Philippines and showcased their skills at the Vermosa Active Revolution.

Fearless. Fabio Wibmer makes jaws drop by balancing on his bike’s handlebars.

Danny MacAskill proves his biking prowess with this inflatable ball flip trick at the Vermosa Active Revolution.

Duncan Shaw takes flight at the Vermosa Active Revolution.

#JoinTheActiveRevolution and fuel your passion for a healthy and active lifestyle! For more updates and information on Vermosa’s exciting events, activities, and offerings, visit the official Facebook page, @Vermosaph or

About Vermosa Estate
Vermosa is an estate by Ayala Land, the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates offering a diverse mix of quality residential and commercial developments that support local economic growth.

For more information on Vermosa’s upcoming activities and offerings, visit its official Facebook page, @Vermosaph or log on to
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