2018 is officially in full swing and that means that it will feature a bevy of races and runs to look forward to. To get you excited for what this year has to offer, MapMyRun has compiled a list of some of the best races and events to get ready for.
For the full list, click here.
Registration for the 2018 Popular Brooklyn Half has opened. If you’re looking for an opportunity to flex your running muscles and to meet some great new people, make sure to register now!
To register, and for more information, click here.
The NYRR RUNCENTER provides runners, young and old alike, with opportunities and activities galore. Here is a list of some of February’s upcoming events.
MapMyRun has created a host of different guides that are designed to assist you in becoming as healthy and fit as possible.
To read the guides, click here.
Looking to seamlessly blend today’s advancements in technology with some good old-fashioned running? Then look no further than the NYRR Virtual For The Kids 5K. This month, you can help run a virtual event and help youth!
Click here for more information and to register.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind experience then look no further than the TCS New York City Marathon. I participated in last year’s marathon and it was one of the greatest experiences of my life.
You can now apply for this year’s marathon. Make sure to do so before February 15th.
To register, click here.
MapMyRun recently published an article detailing a unique treadmill workout that every runner should try.
Here’s an excerpt:
“The treadmill is about more than putting on headphones and slogging through. Though it has become synonymous with boredom, the treadmill is actually a valuable training resource. Not only does it allow you to train in a controlled environment, but it’s also possible to get the same workouts in as you would outdoors.
If you want to see the treadmill in a new light, move some of your speed workouts indoors and onto the treadmill.”
To read the full article, click here.