Whether you’re just getting starting running or can zoom along at a 6-minute mile pace, training is an important part of any race you run. The trick to good training is staying motivated, and MOTOACTV is here to help.
On Sunday, March 18th, more than 15,000 runners will put on shorts, lace up their running shoes, and set off for the NYC Half Marathon. Follow along as four runners share their workout routines, favorite playlists and tips as they train for it with MOTOACTV – the official entertainment sponsor of the race.
Meet the MOTOACTV NYC Half Marathon Ambassadors
A self-described beginner, Linda has run half and full marathons. But, like many of us, she has a hard time making the move from couch to pavement. On New York City’s cold winter days, she’s more than happy staying inside where it’s warm. So she’s hoping MOTOACTV will give her that extra push. Follow Linda @RunningReader as MOTOACTV helps take her training to the next level.
Elizabeth started running after a sudden heart attack when she was in her late 20s. Refusing to give up on her health, she ran her first NYC Half Marathon in 2006 and her first New York City Marathon in 2008. Now with a clean bill of health, everything about her life (including her job as a training coach) revolves around running. Follow Elizabeth on her blog Running and the City as she runs for her health with MOTOACTV.
Neil is a married father of two teenagers who began a more strenuous fitness regimen three years ago to look better and take advantage of the mental escape exercise provides. Neil enjoys spinning and triathlons and has recently added marathons to his repertoire. Follow Neil @NeilStrahl as he uses his MOTOACTV to spice up his training routine.
Veteran journalist and self-proclaimed “running nerd” Karla Bruning writes for The Washington Times Communities, where she is Sports Editor. When she’s not hitting the ground reporting, Karla’s usually running long distance. Follow her blog Run, Karla, Run, where she geeks-out with MOTOACTV.