Music-powered run goes to the next level


RUN TO YOUR BEAT, the only music-powered run in the Philippines by Rexona, is back and is set to stretch the limits of its participants.

DJ Mars Miranda provides the beats

DJ Mars Miranda provides the beats

“We are always finding ways to make the Rexona Run more exciting than the last. This year, we wanted to take the Do More philosophy into higher gear with stimulating visuals to match music from different genres, as interpreted by some of Manila’s top DJs,” announced Mar Corazo, Rexona brand manager, at the launch held at the Skye Roofdeck, in Bonifacio Global City.

This year, Rexona chose to collaborate with the Republiq group and the top DJs in the Philippines to fuel your run with live music. Pushing runners to the finish line will be DJs Ace Ramos, Mars Miranda, Deuce Manila, Martin Pulgar, Euric, Motherbasss, and MC Pao.

Hosts Aaron Atayde and Bea Fabregas

Hosts Aaron Atayde and Bea Fabregas

To make things even more exciting, Rexona introduced three new tunnels with varying themes that will make the music come to life. At key points during the race, runners will be able to experience the Retro, HipHop and EDM themed tunnels that will have different features, from roller bladders to disco balls, street art to laser light.

But of course, only those who can do more can enjoy all three tunnels—5-kilometer and 10-km runners will go through two tunnels, while 21-km runners will be able to experience all three.

Also present at the launch was Coach Rio dela Cruz who will also lead running clinics until October 23. In collaboration with 360 Club Fitness, the clinics will be twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Fort. The clinic is open to all interested individuals, but priority will be given to those who have registered for the Rexona Run 2014.

Running guru Coach Rio Dela Cruz

Running guru Coach Rio Dela Cruz

Rexona Run To Your Beat happens on October 26 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. Gun start for 5-km is 3:45 a.m., 10-km is 3:30 a.m. and 21-km is 3 a.m.

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