Heart Zones, Inc Brand Ambassador Program

We invite all fitness enthusiasts, runners, triathletes, personal trainers, coaches and others to apply for our Heart Zones, Inc Brand Ambassador Program. This is an exciting opportunity to get in on early product releases, to receive occasional FREE gear, to receive exclusive discounts on all Heart Zones products and to utilize our national platform to increase your credibility and promote your content.

The Goal

Our goal is to work with ambassadors who are enthusiastic about helping us share the importance of using data driven fitness to empower us to Get America Fit!

Meet our Heart Zones Brand Ambassadors

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Matt Maynard

Website:  https://mmaynard11.wordpress.com/
Favorite Sport:  Outside of running it would definitely be golf. Played in college for a few years.
Top Goal for 2017:  My goal for 2017 is to stay healthy and qualify for the Boston Marathon.
I love data on my workouts because:  I love data on my workouts because without data you can’t increase your performance. Since I’ve integrated my Blink3.0 with my Garmin I now know my HR, which has helped me run better and longer!

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Sara Hoffman

Website:  http://runsararun.blogspot.com/
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  Finish two sprints
I love data on my workouts because:  I love data on my workouts because it allows me to improve with each workout!

Heather_Winchell

Heather Winchell

Website:  http://heatherrunsfast.com/
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  Run through my entire pregnancy 🙂
I love data on my workouts because:  I love data on my workouts because… it helps me improve! It will also help me make sure I am working out safely during pregnancy.

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Marcia Kadens

Website:  http://www.marciashealthyslice.com
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  Finish the Berlin Marathon with a smile on my face
I love data on my workouts because:  I love data on my workouts because …. it shows progress and that motivates me. It also helps me understand the effects heat, hydration, overtraining and even sleep have on my body and performance.

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Holly Wilson (HoHo Runs)

Website:  https://hohoruns.blogspot.com
Favorite Sport:  Running, Cycling, Water Skiing
Top Goal for 2017:  Completing my 50th Half Marathon
I love data on my workouts because:  It helps me ensure that I’m keeping my easy runs “easy” and that my cross training is in my targeted zone.

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Kristen Van Horn

Website:  http://theconcreterunner.com
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  My goal this year is to set a new 5K PR of 19:30!
I love data on my workouts because:  I love data on my workouts because …. it helps me track my progress in my running, as well as my recovery time!

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Kevin Bligh

Website:  http://www.therunninggriffin.com
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  Complete two marathons (Cleveland and Cape Cod)
I love data on my workouts because:  I love data on my workouts to compete against myself and to find ways to continually improve my performance. Having data helps benchmark goals and drive consistency in the training approach.

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Judy Litt

Website:  http://chocolaterunsjudy.wordpress.com
Favorite Sport:  Running (but also yoga & swimming)
Top Goal for 2017:  Remain injury free & improve my running pace
I love data on my workouts because:  It helps me to work out smarter

Jolene Abanses

Jolene Abanses

Website:  http://zebragirlruns.wixsite.com/zebragirlruns
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  To run a sub 3:10 marathon
I love data on my workouts because:  It helps me train smarter!

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Joshua “Dewey” Deuermeyer

Website:  deweyspath.com
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  Run my first 100 mile race – Yeti 100
I love data on my workouts because:  It helps me analyze my workout effeciency and produce better training results

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Tara Burns

Website:  runandlivehappy.com
Favorite Sport:  Running and Baseball
Top Goal for 2017:  To have a strong comeback from a recent injury and run injury free
I love data on my workouts because:  It shows my progress, helps me improve, and keeps me motivated.

Teresa Bird

Teresa Bird

Website:  Finding “Fabulous” at Fifty
Favorite Sport:  Running & Cycling
Top Goal for 2017:  Complete a Century Ride
I love data on my workouts because: It enables me to gauge perceived effort against actual effort and safely push myself in the higher training zones.

Dana Hamlin

Dana Hamlin

Website:  Slow and Steady(ish) http://dgobsrunning.wordpress.com
Favorite Sport:  Soccer
Top Goal for 2017:  Rebuild my mileage base smartly so I can return to running injury-free after having my first baby this year
I love data on my workouts because:  In addition to just plain being a data/gadget nerd, I like to have the data so I know how my body is doing on a run, and so I can know how to create training plans that are right for me!

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Runnergirl Training

Website:   www.runnergirltraining.com
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017: To hit my goal time at run Disney’s Wine & Dine Half Marathon in November 2017
I love data on my workouts because:  Exercise physiology metrics (heart rate, steps, cadence, etc) are excellent ways to know if you are correctly training and to successfully avoid overtraining, burnout or injuries!

Terry Schilling

Terry Schilling

Website:  www.terryschillingwrites.com
Favorite Sport:  Basketball
Top Goal for 2017:  To run a sub 6-minute mile
I love data on my workouts because:  It helps me set a baseline and gives me goals to achieve

Stephen Brown

Steve Brown

Website:  www.remissionman.com
Favorite Sport:  Triathlon
Top Goal for 2017:  Adding two ultra marathons to the busy race calendar
I love data on my workouts because:  It provides tangible quantifiable feedback on the quality and effectiveness of my racing and training

Jennifer Stevens

Jennifer Stevens

Website:  http://fitnana.com
Favorite Sport:  Running
Top Goal for 2017:  Rebuilding my mileage without injury
I love data on my workouts because:  It helps me to make sure I’m staying in the right heart rate zone (easy when it’s supposed to be easy and hard when it’s supposed to be hard) and I can track my progress and improvement.