Are You Ready to Rock the Chicago Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon on July 20?

Who’s gonna ROCK the 2014 Chicago Rock ‘n’ Roll races this summer? HumanaVitality is here to help cheer you on!

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Chicagoland runners, are you ready to rock? HumanaVitality is excited to return this summer as presenting sponsor of the 2014 Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half Marathon and Mini Marathon – an unforgettable race that winds through the Windy City with live music to keep you moving at every mile.

As a HumanaVitality member, you can register for the Half Marathon with a $15 discount through the HumanaVitality Mall, and when you complete the race and provide proof of event completion, you'll earn 500 Vitality Points™! (250 Vitality Points for completing the Mini Marathon.) To get your discount code, click on the “Cash” section in the HumanaVitality Mall to view all the Competitor Group Event races you can run at a discounted rate.

If you have never been to Chicago, summer is our finest season and running or walking the Rock ‘n’ Roll race route is an incredible way to see the city while racking up big Vitality Points. Can’t make it this year? HumanaVitality members can still enjoy discounts on many other races around the globe, from the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half in Madrid to the Women’s Running 5K in St. Petersburg, FL.

The Chicago Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon kicks off in Grant Park on Sunday, July 20, 2014, and features great live music and scenic views. After you cross the finish line, stick around to celebrate your amazing accomplishment with your family, friends, and HumanaVitality!

Whether you’re running 13.1 miles with us, or walking a 5K near you, we want to make getting healthy affordable and fun!

Check out and follow @RunRocknRoll and @HumanaVitality on Twitter for more information on the upcoming race.

HumanaVitality is not an insurance product. This material is intended for informational use only and should not be construed as medical advice or used in place of consulting a licensed medical professional. You should consult with your doctor before making dietary changes or starting an exercise routine.