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Because we have nothing difference: Race for Equality

Friends of mine always asked why you put so much efforts in practicing and exercising? Today I’d like to tell you something… In the past, as my aged, my body began showing signs for many weakness. It’s gradually getting worse. I then realised that it would be an absolute nightmare if I didn’t do anything. This worry and fear contributed to a project I called “#BESTRONG”

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Happy new year, keep on doing the exercise and BE STRONG

I’m now having fun at my home country, 8hrs driving up on northeast of Thailand. I’m so happy that I could get back the old memory and be surrounded by the nature. The weather is good, in the morning we could get around 18c, here are all pictures during my running. To be a strong person you have to keep yourself continuously doing the exercise and also be a strong minded person. Then problems will be nothing. KEEP ON DOING THE EXERCISE!! #BESTRONG

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BESTRONG, I’ve reached the Marathon range!!

It has been almost two years since I started running for exercise. I was slowly but consistently climbing up the distance from just a few hundred meters, to 21 kilometers for 17 consecutive sets. I’ve realised quite for a while that I could still keep going on. I balanced everything; food, sleep, and available time. I decided to go to King Rama9 Park due to its longer running track and a bit late closing time. To go to Marathon, it requires both of your physical and mental ability. You have to know and accept your limits. You need to practice …

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Supporting the “Rexona Move Is More” campaign for Kao for Siriraj Hospital

I’m now running(it is wheeling actually) for the project of Rexona “Move Is More”, 1M Kilometers: 1M Baht. It’s my dedication for Kao for Siriraj Hospital. So far, the accumulated distance is 112.6 Kilometers and also my personal goal is to reach to 1,000 Kilometers. Today I did quite a good preparation; sleep and food, grabbed a piece of banana 20 minutes before the start. I took off at 3 pm. The weather was quite nice, 26 c, warm sunlight. The greenery of trees in the park helped a lot in protecting me from the sun. There was no crowd …

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Saba Return: A comeback to a healthy life #BESTRONG

I haven’t come here for two months. Today I decided to make a comeback to have some exercise. Before that, I did some preparation: have a food and sleep. This time, I changed to Lumpini Park, a wonderful park in the heart of central Bangkok, and achieved two rounds in total: 10.12km + 5.49km. Since it had been a bit long living on a busy life with no exercise, I could feel a bit hurtful and not as enduring as before. Anyway, a bit of water and energy drink could lift up my energy to accomplish my speed wheel. And …

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BE STRONG

I became a disabled when I turned 24 due to a severe motorbike accident. After I leaved the hospital I suffered in the aftermath that compelled me to go through a routine of serious operations oftenly almost every single years. It raised my inner fear and formed a new set of habit of completely avoiding to cause any physical risks: no exercise, no continual physical movement. Decades later, until two years ago, my health condition showed a downward sign that I barely ate and hardly slept well. I was also too easily allergic to so many foods which was unprecedented …

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BE STRONG, my own record!

[visualizer id=”11099″] The one who are following activities closely would know that I’m doing an exercise for 2 years already. On my own project called ‘BE STRONG’, I do always keep my run record. Just wanna show you how much I’ve got until today. Wanna run with me?

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Special Lecture “/BE/STRONG” for the young generation

BE STRONGIt was my pleasure to be invited by Dr. Budsakayt Intarapasan, The Assistant to the President for Student Development of King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), to be her special guest speaker at the university. She initiated a project called “Project X / Extreme Living”, dedicated to educate young generation of people of disabilities to prepare them before leaving to the outside world. The lecture consisted of 23 futures of the nation in total. They came from all around Thailand.

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Just go and take a fight!

Days before I came to see an interesting post about a man who has speaking difficulty. I think it’s interesting so today I’ll talk about this cool man. I saw him on YouTube for a while. He has a kind of symptom called aphasia, possibly since he was born. A disease that makes him unable to speak clearly like us.

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