Sep 30, 2019
When I first started getting into cycling, one of the apps that helped me was Strava. It's basically a social media for sports enthusiasts. It allows you to keep track of your workouts and check out what other people are doing.
One of the first people I followed was Terence Go. I've known Terence since high school, but I didn't know he enjoyed the outdoors. Ever since college, Terence had already been hiking and camping, then two years ago, he started trail running. He recently finished a 100km trail run in Chiang Mai Thailand. The idea of running 100km boggled my mind! I wanted to know how he did it. Turns out, there's an active trail running community in Cebu.
In this podcast, we talked about his experience running the 100km trail run in Thailand, at what point he started praying during that run, how he trained, how he managed his nutrition, and about the trail running community in Cebu.
Enjoy the episode!
Where can you find Terence?
This episode is brought to you by Qube Gallery, a progressive art space in Cebu, Philippines providing network and exhibit opportunities for contemporary artists with whom they work closely with and promote beyond the local reach. For more than five years, the gallery has mounted shows of engaging artworks and has also represented the Visayas region in various international fairs.
Aside from its physical space in Crossroads, Banilad, Cebu City, you can check out their online collection on www.artsy.net/qube-gallery.
This month at Qube Gallery: Myriad by Lean Reboja. He explores the complexities of the human psyche with his 4th solo exhibition, Myriad, opening on September 26, 6:00 PM, at Qube Gallery.
While Lean paints a fictitious world inhabited by beasts and bizarre characters, they are autobiographic and metaphorical accounts of his introspections. Pop surrealism, the core of Lean’s technique, becomes the perfect conduit for Myriad’s intention: to explore the in-betweens of the spectrum – the multiplicities and diverse possibilities engraved within us, choices and contingencies, and inner conflicts and dilemmas, that inevitably shape who we are.
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Music is Piano March by Audionautix