This Valentine's Day come running and fall in love with NYC as we go for an hour run and explore some of the city doing one of the healthiest activities around... rest assured its good for the heart. Also, everyone who attends will get a special Valentine's Day gift at the end of the run.
New York is so diverse and on a short run of about an hour you can do some sightseeing, get some running tips, and have some fun. We'll start just after the end of the work day and finish leaving you feeling nice and relaxed for the weekend ahead.
The run is designed for locals and visitors alike, aiming to show you some of the city you might not ordinarily see when you go running.
We'll meet in Chinatown in Manhattan, make our way over to Brooklyn and return to the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The pace will be relaxed, and focused on conditioning. Our time spent together will be a combination of an exercise class and guided tour with lots of great views of the city as we run.
Please reach out to me if you have areas you'd like to explore on a run. Chances are I know the area. Also, if you have questions about what to wear, or what to bring please shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.... or any other questions for that matter.
Hi, I'm Alex. I'm a runner, and long-time resident of NYC. I've lived in many different neighborhoods and love sharing the city with people while running. I've completed the last eight NYC marathons and estimate that I've run at least 10,000-12,000 miles on the streets of the city. I love exploring and getting to know other runners. I like to share tid-bits about the city along the way, and also try and keep the pace relaxed so people can enjoy the running. I personally fell in love with NYC while running and hope I can share that with some of you. Additionally if you're interested in training plans- whether to get in shape, or train for a specific race I have the experience to help you reach your goals. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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