For the most part, running is a live-and-let-live type of sport. Whether you prefer high tech gear or barefoot running, trail races or the track, the running community is an accepting one. But there are a few things that runners of all types should avoid. Here are the nine things we think are the top running faux pas.
Running outdoors will always have its place! But when it comes to dealing with traffic, jockeying for position with other runners, dealing with times of day when you can get out for your run or running to far at once or too often…. That’s where the ZeroRunner comes in to compliment your running addiction!
Having the ability to get the run in, in the comfort of your own home at whatever hour of the day it is allows runners to get their mileage without compromising performance due to overuse or injury.
Olympian and National Champion Runner Carrie Tollefson, alongside fitness expert Chris Freytag, talks about the Zero Runner from Octane Fitness. The first of it kind, the Zero Runner offers a completely unique zero-impact running experience. Use the Zero Runner to change how you train. Use it to avoid injury, use it for supplemental miles, use the Zero Runner for active recovery days, or build strength and flexibility by cross training with the Zero Runner.
Stop by any Better Body Fitness of Montana location to take a test run on the ZeroRunner!