RockMyRun

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Rock My Run
RockMyRun logo.jpg
Type of businessPrivate
Type of site
Fitness/running app, music website
Founded2011 (Rock My World, Inc., San Diego, California, United States)
HeadquartersSan Diego, California, United States
Area servedWorldwide
Founder(s)Adam Riggs-Zeigen, Colby Walsworth[1]
WebsiteRockmyrun.com
Launched2011
Current statusActive

Rock My Run (stylized as RockMyRun; trademarked slogan: "The Best Running Music in the World™")[2] is a mobile running/fitness app[3][4] and an online music website service owned by Rock My World, Inc., a technology company based in San Diego, California[1] that provides running and workout music in the form of DJ mixes.[5] The app allows users to listen to these professional DJ mixes on their smartphone while running or working out to enhance and motivate their performance.

Some of RockMyRun's notable DJ/producers include David Guetta, Steve Aoki, Major Lazer, Zedd, Afrojack, Cash Cash, R3hab, Robin Schulz, Arty, Gorgon City, StoneBridge, Icona Pop, Dave Audé, DJ Dan, DJ Scene, Miguel Migs and Mobin Master.[6]

Features[edit]

The RockMyRun app contains thousands of mixes or "stations" produced by its DJs intended to increase enjoyment and performance during exercise. All of the music can be personalized based on the user's steps per minute, heart rate or ideal cadence allowing the user to "always hear the right music at the right time at the right tempo".[5]

All RockMyRun mixes are organized into stations to help users discover music that suits their needs. RockMyRun contains mixes of all genres and each station is categorized into their respective genres and displays tags to let users know the type of music contained in the mix.[5]

RockMyRun has two membership types; it is free as a standard member, but for uninterrupted listening and additional features, users can upgrade to a paid "Rockstar" membership.[5]

Media appearances[edit]

RockMyRun has been featured on The Today Show on several occasions,[7][8] as well as on The Rachael Ray Show,[9] and in publications such as TIME, The Huffington Post, Men's Fitness, The New York Times, Real Simple, The L.A. Times, Glamour[9] and Yahoo! Tech.[10]

Partners[edit]

RockMyRun is partnered with the following brands/companies:[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About Us". www.rockmyrun.com.
  2. ^ "RockMyRun". rockmyrun.com.
  3. ^ "RockMyRun - Best Workout Music - Apps on Google Play". play.google.com.
  4. ^ "RockMyRun - Workout Music on the App Store". App Store.
  5. ^ a b c d "Rock your next workout!". rockmyrun.com.
  6. ^ "RockMyRun - DJs". rockmyrun.com.
  7. ^ bkwhopper (1 November 2014). "Rock My Run featured on The Today Show" – via YouTube.
  8. ^ RockMyRun (14 January 2015). "RockMyRun on The TODAY Show w/ Hoda Kotb" – via YouTube.
  9. ^ a b "RockMyRun - Best Workout Music - Apps on Google Play". play.google.com.
  10. ^ "RockMyRun". rockmyrun.com.
  11. ^ "About Us". www.rockmyrun.com.
  12. ^ Audio, JLab. "Eclipse MP3: RockMyRun Workout Mixes". JLab Audio.
  13. ^ "How to Use RockMyRun • iFit Blog". 10 April 2015.
  14. ^ "What is RockMyRun and how do I get access?". iFit Support.
  15. ^ "Night Nation Run on Instagram: "Hey #NightNation! We are excited to announce our new partnership with @rockmyrun ! Every Night Nation Run participant will receive an…"". Instagram.
  16. ^ "Partnering up with Lady Foot Locker". 30 April 2012.
  17. ^ "RockMyWorld -". evonexus.org.
  18. ^ "Running for Weight Loss now offers RockMyRun music in the app prMac". prmac.com.

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