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70% water, 100% life: The National Geographic Earth Day Run 2013

Our bodies and the earth share one of the most important things that sustain life – water. With both composed of 70% water, humans and the earth share an interest in respectively strengthening our bodies and in being conserved, long enough for future generations to enjoy healthy bodies and a healthy world.

National Geographic Earth Run 2013
National Geographic Earth Run 2013

Water is a critical component in ensuring that our bodies are not only hydrated, but also that all essential nutrients are properly circulated throughout our system. As we grow older, we have less water in our bodies; the same thing happens when we become less fit and more fat. One of the easiest ways to stay healthy is to run – not only does it improve circulation, weight loss, and oxygen flow, it also lessens stress. Since running is a strenous activity, it’s important to keep yourself hydrated with the bottled water that empowers you to reach for it – Summit Natural Drinking Water.

While you’re maintaining your fitness levels, why not help save the earth in the process as well? The Nat Geo Earth Day Run 2013 is being held at Bonifacio Global City on April 28, and aims to promote conservation and concern for the environment, while encouraging everyone to run and have fun. In addition to an eco-friendly race using recyclable and energy efficient materials, each registered participant who runs will have three trees planted in their name.

You may proceed to Greenbelt 3 for cash registration. For questions, please email: [email protected].

Sign up now and keep your body healthy, and make mother earth happy. Choose from the 3K, 5K, 10K, and 21K categories and make sure that on run day, you are hydrated throughout. Replenish lost fluids naturally with Summit Natural Drinking Water. See you there!

Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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