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Morning Rave Run, Tuesday March 3

Wake up the city in style as you run to the beat on our music-themed route for early birds

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If the bright early spring sunshine didn’t wake up east London last Tuesday, our Morning Rave Runners decked out in white and day glo certainly did. Assembling at Shutterbug café bar in Shoreditch, 60 Time Out readers set off on our Time Out and Sony urban sunrise run.

The Morning Rave Run was all about the beat – sharing our dedicated Spotify playlist via smartphone and enjoying a DJ set and breakfast at The Vaults at the route’s finish. With a good pair of headphones and the Digital Noise Cancelling technology built into the Xperia™ Z3, you can hear your personal fitness journey soundtrack clearly and without distractions, and with its superior camera* the Xperia Z3 helps you capture the beauty of the city in the early morning light.

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Runners could also capture the moment and share their photos via Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #SonyRunYourWay. The best photo won Ash Tehrani an Xperia Z3 Compact. Congratulations! View all our competition entries on the live media wall below.

Time Out goes on the run with Charlie Watson

Why do you run? I run to stay both physically and mentally healthy, as well as a way of challenging myself. I love being outside, so running allows me to enjoy the local environment while working out!

How do you train? My workouts used to be just running. Now I love mixing it up, and only run 1-2 times a week. I love taking classes, and trying out new workouts. I love mixed cardio and weights workouts, like Barry’s Bootcamp and Project Fit.

What’s your favourite kind of run? I love early morning runs along the Thames in West London near my house. I have my favourite 5 mile route that I run over and over again, yet somehow it’s always different. I also really enjoy running with friends, whether it’s racing or just training runs- followed by brunch!

How do you use your phone to help you train? I use it for navigation, to take run selfies, to listen to music and catch up with podcasts!

Any suggestions for how someone should train for this event? I’d recommend getting some friends together and go for a run- it doesn’t matter how fast you are as long as you’re having fun! Sign up for a free local Parkrun, take a cardio or HIIT class or come along to a free Project Awesome session (Wednesday mornings 6.30am at The Scoop, City Hall).

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