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Atlanta Park - MOTIVATION!

By Staff | June 12, 2015 | Rally Health

Kevin Hart is at it again.

He just finished another spontaneous 5K run, and did it in a personal-best time of just over 22 minutes.


(If you're keeping score at home, that's only slightly over seven minutes a mile. Impressive!)

In case you haven't been paying attention, Hart has begun a campaign to spread fitness and motivation as he travels the country on his record-breaking "What Now?" tour. He's been posting pictures, messages, and stories to his social media accounts using the #RallyWithKevin hashtag, and last week he held his first spontaneous 5K in Boston.

He didn't stop there, though. Last night, the word went out that the comedian and actor would hold another of the events in Atlanta.


Around 200 people showed up in Piedmont Park at 8:15 this morning to watch him tear up the trail and motivate his fellow runners, despite the early hour.


At least one participant was impressed with his sweatsuit, despite a projected high of 86 in Atlanta today.


Hart began the #RallyWithKevin campaign in partnership with Rally HealthSM as part of his deep commitment to spreading the gospel of health, fitness, and motivation wherever he goes. He joined RallySM as its first Health Ambassador because he shares Rally's goal of helping people make choices that will lead to long-term health and wellness. The #RallyWithKevin campaign is a key component of that mission.

If you weren't in Atlanta, don't worry — he will be doing spontaneous 5K runs in more cities. To stay up to date with these flash runs, you can follow Kevin on Twitter, follow Rally Health on Twitter, or watch the #RallyWithKevin hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

Oh, and if Kevin's not coming to your city on this tour, you can still enter our sweepstakes for a chance to win Kevin Hart tickets!

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