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Texas to Get Twice the 5K Love

By Staff | August 12, 2015 | Rally Health

Because everything's bigger in Texas, Kevin Hart is bringing two 5Ks to the Lone Star state over the weekend — and hoping that Texas can break the previous attendance record set in Washington, DC.

The first run will take place in Dallas on Friday, August 14, starting at the Continental Avenue pedestrian bridge near 320 Singleton Boulevard.

Houston gets its chance to #RallyWithKevin on Sunday, August 16 at the Downtown Aquarium (410 Bagby Street).

Both runs will start at 7:06 am, so the temperatures should still be nice and pleasant for a 5K!

Rally HealthSM will be at both runs to talk about our work with Kevin — he's our first Health Ambassador and together, we're on a mission to make healthy cool.

Rally is an online experience that helps people move more, eat better, and feel great. One of the easiest ways to improve your wellbeing is to laugh more, so Rally joined with Kevin to challenge people to make laughter and joy a part of their day.

Since then, the #RallyWithKevin movement has grown to include the 5Ks that Kevin Hart has organized at stops along his "What Now?" tour, and it's still growing! Check our Facebook and Twitter feeds for more information on future events and activities that Rally and Kevin Hart will host for your health.

You'll need to sign up for the runs in Dallas and Houston this weekend as soon as you can, because space fills up fast. You're still welcome to run if you can't register, but you might not be able to get any of the giveaways on site. So register soon!

If you're planning on attending the runs, tag your photos with #RallyWithKevin and we'll share some of our favorites.

Come join the movement! We'll be there with you every step of the way.

Rally Health

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