THINK YOU’VE SEEN IT ALL? THINK AGAIN. HERE COMES THE ELLIPTIGO
Injuries happen. The point of Smart Marathon Training is to keep these injuries to a minimum by increasing overall fitness.
But when injuries strike, one of the best way to maintain running fitness while healing is to use an elliptical trainer, since that mode of exercising comes closer to mimicking the running motion than any other form of cross-training.
The downside? For many athletes, it’s the boredom of being stuck indoors, laboring away without moving an inch from where they began.
Not any more. Now there’s the ElliptiGO.
Looking like an elliptical trainer that’s grown wheels and broke free from the gym, the ElliptiGO cruises at 15-20 miles per hour, and is no more difficult to ride than a bicycle. Because the ElliptiGO doesn’t have a seat to rest on, it can deliver a better workout than standard cycling, and can climb hills as well as any other self-powered machine.
The ElliptiGO is an elegant machine that’s guaranteed to turn heads. The ElliptiGO has been endorsed by ultramarathon champion Dean Karnazes. Models start at $1,799. Check them out at http://www.elliptigo.com.