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Are you ready for another OUTBREAK?

by on Jul 2nd, 2012

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Just barely 3 months ago, several zombies were found lurking in Nuvali, Laguna trying to find something, or rather SOMEONE to feast on. Hundreds of runners survived, but there were also those who did not make it through this unfortunate ZOMBIE OUTBREAK!


This July 28, 2012… word of another zombie outbreak happening at the Bonifacio Global City has gotten out. They say these zombies will be lurking the streets of Makati between  6pm to 12pm so BEWARE!!!






**Press Release**


Outbreak Manila’s top three tips in surviving a zombie apocalypse

Hordes of zombies are again set to wreak havoc at a 5-kilometer obstacle trail run called Outbreak Manila. The second installment of the zombie-infested thrill run will be at the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) on July 28, 2012.

Over 5,000 runners pitted themselves versus zombies at the first Outbreak Manila at Nuvali in Sta. Rosa Laguna last April 2012. And this time around, more people are expected to sign-up to be chased by the undead.

The twist? “It’s harder to run from something you can’t see. Not only has the Outbreak reached the city, but this event is a night run that promises double the fear, and most possibly, faster race times for our participants”, says event organizer Angelo Cruz.

In light of coming events, Outbreak Manila offers its top tips to survive its version of a zombie apocalypse.

  1. First, register! You cannot run from the zombies, if don’t sign-up. There are a limited number of slots remaining at Toby’s Shangrila, Mall of Asia, and SM North EDSA. Meanwhile, registration at RUNNR outlets in Alabang Town Center and Bonfiacio High Street are almost full. Outbreak BGC will have 35 waves starting at 6pm and ending at 12 midnight.
  2. Second, know your opponent. Outbreak Manila zombies prefer red life flags over brains and guts. Three red flags attached to a belt will represent your lives. The goal is to end the race with at least one flag intact.
  3. And the last tip is one that many have found the most useful. At Outbreak Manila, you don’t have to be the fastest runner, you just have to be faster than the person beside you. So do some practice rounds and think of evading tactics while you’re at it.


Outbreak Manila is organized by Re-Create Events, and co-presented by Boardwalk, 100 Plus, and Summit Water. The event is also sponsored by Avida, Booster C, Mogu Mogu, Makeup Design Academy, Impact High Performance Whey Protein, Burnwater Art x Design, and; together with media partners Runner’s Magazine, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Total Fitness Magazine, Gala Magazine,, Solar Sports, BTV, Jam 88.3 and Mellow 94.7. Outbreak Manila also gives special thanks to Del Monte Fit n’ Right, Rebisco Fudgee Bar, Greenwich, Cheese Steak Shop Manila, Toby’s Sports, RUNNR, Symbol Sciences, Fitness First, Freshman, and Mini Philippines.


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Cheryl Villareal is a preschool teacher and the owner/ editor-in-chief of On weekdays, she could be found teaching her little tots while Sundays are her workout days. She easily enjoys simple things and loves experiencing new things! Her blog is simply a way for her to share these experiences with people. Besides her blog, she also contributes and writes various articles on Follow her on Twitter

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