From the article:
New York Times running journalist Jen A. Miller actually advises against running to music, citing her experience jogging to the Hamilton soundtrack as "too much motivation."
"I kept changing my pace to match the music. 'Yes you are Alexander Hamilton!' I thought and shot out to a too-fast first mile," she writes. "By the end of the first act, I was completely entranced. The intense 'Non-Stop' came on at the midway point of the race. After the line 'How do you write like you need it to survive?' I yelled 'I don't know!' and startled the woman running next to me. At the end of the song, I pounded down a bridge in time with the music when, for the sake of my quads in the rest of the race, I should have taken it easy."